Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#495 More than 14,000 college printers in the US are open to hackers
Last week, the notorious hacker and troll Andrew Auernheimer showed just how easy it is to use insecure internet-connected printers to spread hateful racist propaganda. The hacker, also known as Weev, said he used two lines of code to make 20,000 printers, many in colleges and universities, spit out an anti-semitic flyer all over the United States.
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#503 Microsoft launches Bot Framework to let developers build their own chatbots
#502 Ubuntu’s bash and Linux command line coming to Windows 10
#501 Apple’s Safari Technology Preview is a stable test platform for users and devs
#500 1,400+ vulnerabilities found in CareFusion’s Pyxis SupplyStation, automated medical supply system
#499 Repeated DDoS attacks force Coinkite bitcoin wallet to close down web service
#498 Seven surprising ways technology is changing your shopping experience
#497 To SQL or NoSQL? That’s the database question
#496 How one hacker exposed thousands of insecure desktops that anyone can remotely view
#495 More than 14,000 college printers in the US are open to hackers
#494 Apple's response to the FBI's San Bernardino iPhone hack
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