Computer scientists at the University of California at Riverside have found that GPUs are vulnerable to side-channel attacks, the same kinds of exploits that have impacted Intel and AMD CPUs. Two professors and two students, one a computer science doctoral student and a post-doctoral researcher, reverse-engineered a Nvidia GPU to demonstrate three attacks on both
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Despite the goal of keeping Web communications private, flaws in the design and implementation of Transport Layer Security have led to breaches, but the latest version – TLS 1.3 – is an overhaul that strengthens and streamlines the crypto protocol. What is TLS? TLS is a cryptographic protocol that provides end-to-end communications security over networks
Tristan Monroe Eerebout of Louisville, Colorado, has been sentenced to serve 64 months in prison for bank robbery.
Tiffany Jenkins of Chelsea has been charged with using her position as an airline gate agent to convert low cost flights to more expensive flights.
The FBI announced the arrest of Luther Nash of Wooster, Ohio, for enticing a minor online.
The FBI has completed its investigation of the unauthorized flight of a Horizon Air Q400 aircraft that occurred on Friday, August 10, 2018, from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Washington.
Brent Luyster of Longview, who was convicted of a triple homicide in Vancouver, has been convicted of federal felonies for illegal weapons possession.
Clayton Marlow Anderson, Jr., a former attorney based in La Mesa, has been sentenced to serve 18 months in prison for defrauding clients and investors.