A New Emerging IoT Botnet Malware Spotted in the Wild – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new emerging IoT botnet threat that leverages compromised smart devices to stage ‘distributed denial-of-service’ attacks, potentially triggered on-demand through platforms offering DDoS-for-hire services. The botnet, named “dark_nexus” by Bitdefender researchers, works by employing credential stuffing attacks against a variety of devices, such as routers (from Continue Reading

Intel Lakefield processor spotted in the wild outperforming Snapdragon 835

In a nutshell: Intel’s first-generation Lakefield processors are not due out until Q4 2020, but some have been getting their hands on early silicon providing us with a glimpse of what kind of performance to expect. The latest leak shows an SoC designated “Core i5-L15G7” that Geekbench rated better than Continue Reading

Nvidia GPU with 7,552 CUDA cores spotted in benchmark database

Through the looking glass: A pair of next-gen Nvidia graphics cards have been discovered in the Geekbench database. One has 118 compute units, and the other 108. Given compute units generally contain 64 cores, the two cards are implied to have 7,552 and 6,912 CUDA cores, respectively… with a catch. Continue Reading

Chargeable WiFi Zones spotted in NairobiIT News Africa – Up to date technology news, IT news, Digital news, Telecom news, Mobile news, Gadgets news, Analysis and Reports

January 23, 2020 • East Africa, Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories Safaricom is allegedly testing wireless internet access points in Nairobi, Kenya. According to a report by TechWeez, the mobile network provider could be using these designated WiFi zones to increase their consumer base. “The operator is yet to clarify Continue Reading

Chargeable WiFi Zones spotted in Nairobi |Tempemail – Up to date technology news, IT news, Digital news, Telecom news, Mobile news, Gadgets news, Analysis and Reports

January 23, 2020 • East Africa, Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories Safaricom is allegedly testing wireless internet access points in Nairobi, Kenya. According to a report by TechWeez, the mobile network provider could be using these designated WiFi zones to increase their consumer base. “The operator is yet to clarify Continue Reading