No One Is Safe: $300 Gadget Steals Encryption Keys out of the Air, and It’s Nearly Unstoppable

LinuxSecurity.com: Just when you thought you were safe, a new hacking toy comes along and rocks your world. Imagine a tool exists that lets hackers pluck encryption keys from your laptop right out of the air. You can’t stop it by connecting to protected Wi-Fi networks or even disabling Wi-Fi completely. Turning off Bluetooth also won’t help you protect yourself.

From: Linux Security

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Google fine tunes spam catching tools

LinuxSecurity.com: Google has reduced spam reaching inboxes to a fraction of a percent, but in the process sometimes misclassifies bulk-mailed messages like monthly statements and ticket receipts. It’s a big problem for large bulk emailers of legitimate messages. To deal with it, Google has created a toolset to help those mailers figure out what’s happening to their messages.

From: Linux Security

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Remix OS 1.5 officially released

Remix OS 1.5 is now available for everyone. Remix OS is a tweaked Android version, with a desktop interface.Remix OS features a taskbar at the bottom of the screen, so you can easily manage & switch between running apps. It also has handy apps pre-installed, like a File Manager, Office Suite, E-Mail Client, and a Notes app.

From: LXer

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