The Gemini PDA from Planet Computers is an ultra-thin, clamshell mobile device with a tactile keyboard. Sporting a 5.99″ screen, QWERTY keyboard, 4G & Wi-Fi, deca-core CPU, and an open source bootloader that supports multi-boot, it caught our attention straight away when it popped up on Indiegogo. It is a great little pocket rocket and having a landscape orientation and hardware keyboard, is well suited for a native Kali installation with a full LXQT desktop environment.
Source: Kali Linux for the Gemini PDA | Kali Linux
60 predictions for cybersecurity in 2019 reveal the state-of-mind of key industry participants from artificial intelligence (AI) helping both attackers and defenders to data privacy, the cloud, IoT, and the emerging global cyber war conducted by terrorists, criminals, and nation-states.
Source: 60 Cybersecurity Predictions For 2019
The 10 products making waves in the cybersecurity market have emphasized stronger detection and correlation of threat data as well as extending and centralizing device management.
Source: The 10 Coolest New Cybersecurity Tools Of 2018
ESET researchers examined the inner workings of 21 different Linux malware families all operating as trojanized versions of the OpenSHH client.
Source: 21 Linux malware families spotted, complex backdoor capabilities | SC Media
Welcome to our fourth and final release of 2018, Kali Linux 2018.4, which is available for immediate download. This release brings our kernel up to version 4.18.10, fixes numerous bugs, and includes many updated packages.
Source: Kali Linux 2018.4 Release | Kali Linux
Everything you need to safely browse the Internet. Protect your privacy. Defend yourself against network surveillance and traffic analysis.
Source: Tor Browser 8.0.3 – Neowin
Firefox parent Mozilla is returning to back the Tor Project, its long-time ally, after it committed to matching all donations made to fund Tor, the open source initiative to improve online privacy which has just started its annual end of year funding drive. Tor announced Mozilla’s support today, extending the pair’s partnership which last year helped […]
Source: Mozilla is matching all donations to the Tor Project | TechCrunch
SophosLabs has detected a new DDoS botnet targeting poorly secured SSH servers – called Chalubo, it is named in honour of its use of the ChaCha stream cipher.
Source: Poorly secured SSH servers targeted by Chalubo botnet – Naked Security