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Kali Linux 2022.4 released: Kali NetHunter Pro, desktop updates and new tools

Offensive Security has released Kali Linux 2022.4, the latest version of its popular penetration testing and digital forensics platform. New tools in Kali Linux 2022.4 Aside from updates to existing tools, a new Kali version always delivers new tools. This time around it’s: bloodhound.py – A Python based ingestor for BloodHound certipy – Tool for …

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Gift an iPhone without breaking the bank with this refurbished iPhone XR

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn more › Since the iPhone hit the market all those years ago, it has long upheld the reputation of being the most sought-after tech product during the holiday season. In fact, back in 2016, surveys showed that the …

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The rise of wearables: The future of the mobile health market

GlobalData’s Internet of Things (IoT) – Thematic Research report suggests that wearable devices are expected to play a significant role in the medical and healthcare sector due to aging global populations, growth in remote patient care, and increased use of IoT technology in hospitals. Wearable technology has been expanding significantly in the medical market and …

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Apple Car Project Scaled Back and Delayed, Won’t Feature Full Self-Driving Capabilities

Apple has scaled back its Apple Car project and the company no longer plans to release a fully self-driving vehicle, reports Bloomberg. Apple wanted to create a self-driving car without a steering wheel or pedals, but has decided that such a plan is not feasible at the current time. The vehicle will have guided driving …

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SIM swapper sent to prison for 2FA cryptocurrency heist of over $20m – Naked Security

A Florida man who was part of a cybercrime gang who went after cryptocoin wallets has been sentenced for his part in a cyberheist that allegedly netted the participants more than $20,000,000. The scammers, including one Nicholas Truglia, 25, got control of various online accounts belonging to the victim by using a trick known in …

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Apple expands iPhone and Mac self-repair program to Europe

Apple customers in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, and Poland can now use the company’s iPhone self-repair program, which was launched in the US last year. After years of resistance to user repairs, Apple finally moved to offer some accommodation for anyone who wishes to fix devices themselves, and it is now …

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