This one is a bit longer than the last one. Almost 2 hours!
- Stop taking comments through FCC site so they can “reflect”
- The ransomware, variably called WanaCryptor 2.0, WannaCry, WCry or WCrypt, seemed to be using an exploit that was developed years ago by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and revealed publicly in a data dump last month.
- HP ships Elite, EliteBook, and ZBook laptops with an audio driver file that logs all keystrokes
Wipes the file on logout, but could be saved through any type of automatic pc backup software
ModZero’s blog post on this recommends that all users of HP computers should check whether the programs are installed: C:WindowsSystem32MicTray64.exe or C:WindowsSystem32MicTray.exe”
- New MS Win10 feature, the HomeHub, is set to enable smart home functionality similar to that of the Echo and Google Home, just with Cortana.
Will feature an ‘always on’ welcome screen for calendar and visual results (to-do list, notes, etc).
Uses Windows 10 machines, so could be a cheaper entry into the smart home for families with multiple windows machines throughout.
- Can Snap’s stock make a comeback like Facebooks?
Discussion on snapchat vs fb competition
- Robots are coming in full force to western manufacturing, and people are not doing much to reform how business and global economies work. This could cause problems down the line for the masses who’s job might be taken by machinery.
Hyperbolic title. The problem isn’t the robots, the problem is the socioeconomics around it all.