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Eclypsium: Vulnerability -dubbed ‘BootHole’ – attack Windows and Linux systems using GRUB2 and Secure Boot

Details published by Eclypsium on July 29, 2020, revealed a discovery by Eclypsium researchers, Mickey Shkatov and Jesse Michael on a vulnerability — dubbed “BootHole” — in the GRUB2 bootloader utilized by most Linux systems. GRUB2 is used as the primary bootloader for all major Linux distros, but it can also boot and is sometimes …

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The New Normal: What’s next for Kenyan businesses?

We would love to send our love to all our clients and wish them good health and breakthroughs in their businesses. It has been a tough period for many, and things are yet to slow down. That said, it’s time to go back to the drawing board and re-imagine how we do business. This dire-situation calls for innovative ways of handling business during and after Covid19 pandemic. We have to look forward to business continuity instead of going down in defeat. So, what’s next for your business? What areas do you need to review?

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Ways To Maintain Overall Well-Being While Working From Home

The novel coronavirus (Covid19) continues to devastate the world as global economies struggle to contain it. Since its outbreak, it has spread like wildfire, leaving unprecedented waves of destruction in its wake. We are only left with the hope that societies and communities work together to stay safe and flatten the curve. In an effort …

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How To Make Your Website Mobile Friendly

Websites have become prominent tools for content management as well as information distribution. Studies have consistently shown that huge chunks of the global population are subscribed to online news sources for informative, educative, and entertaining content. Of these, more than 95% use mobile phones to access various websites. Search engines have indeed modified their algorithms …

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Our experience working from home: 5 Tips you can adapt.

As many of you shift to working from home, it’s become apparent that this practice could be new to some. It’s now inevitable and increasingly difficult, with the various government-imposed lock-downs, to ignore the directives. For some of us, albeit rather usual, we would love to help you get settled in to handle business as …

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Tips to revamp your conference & events website, following cancellations due to Coronavirus.

Amid the Coronavirus outbreak, conferences and major events across the globe have been cancelled or postponed; as governments in infected countries fight to control the spread, while those in uninfected countries try their best to keep the virus out. Google’s I/O Developer event is one of the cancelled events. What a bummer! The year is …

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Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) Vulnerability affects almost all Intel CPUs

Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) Vulnerability affects almost all Intel CPUs The ZombieLoad attack on a system allows stealing sensitive data while the computer accesses these data. RIDL (Rogue In-Flight Data Load) has shown that attackers can exploit MDS vulnerabilities to mount practical attacks and leak sensitive data in a real-world setup. Fallout demonstrates that attackers …

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