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Dilbert - January 25, 2019 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Google Chrome changes could 'destroy' ad-blockers

BBC Technology News - 36 min 18 sec ago
Users could be defenceless against intrusive ads if proposed changes to Chrome happen, warn developers

Amazon Scout robots take to pavements in Washington State

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 4 min ago
The online retail giant is latest to experiment with delivery via pavement robot.

Malvertisers target Mac uses with steganographic code stashed in images

Ars Technica - 1 hour 6 min ago

Enlarge / One of the malicious ads displayed in a campaign from VeryMal (credit: Confiant)

Researchers have uncovered a recent malicious advertisement campaign that’s notable for its size, scope, and resourcefulness: a two day blitz triggered as many as 5 million times per day that used highly camouflaged JavaScript stashed in images to install a trojan on visitors' Macs.

The ads were served by a group security firm Confiant has dubbed VeryMal, a name that comes from, one of the ad serving domains the group uses. A run that was active from January 11 to January 13 on about 25 of the top 100 publisher sites triggered the image as many as 5 million times a day. In an attempt to bypass increasingly effective measures available to detect malicious ads, the images used steganography—the ancient practice of hiding code, messages or other data inside images or text—to deliver its malicious payload to Mac-using visitors.

In a blog post published Wednesday, Confiant researcher Eliya Stein wrote:

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Apple lays off 200 people from its autonomous vehicle team

Ars Technica - 1 hour 16 min ago

Enlarge / Apple CEO Tim Cook looks on as the iPhone X goes on sale at an Apple Store on November 3, 2017 in Palo Alto, California. (credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Apple has trimmed the size of its autonomous vehicles team, laying off 200 people, CNBC reports. Code-named "Project Titan," the secret team has been operating for several years, but Apple has yet to reveal what specifically the group is working on.

According to CNBC, the layoffs are part of a reorganization led by Doug Field, an Apple executive who went to Tesla few years ago—then returned to Apple last summer to help lead Project Titan.

"As the team focuses their work on several key areas for 2019, some groups are being moved to projects in other parts of the company, where they will support machine learning and other initiatives, across all of Apple," an Apple spokesman told CNBC.

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YouTube TV Opens To the Whole US

Slashdot - 1 hour 21 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

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