Is this the future of the Internet?

Will UDP become the performer than TCP?


Will QUIC Kill TCP? // Wireshark Talk

Will it replace TCP as the transport layer in the OSI model?


Emergency Alert System Flaws Could Let Attackers Transmit Fake Messages

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has warned of critical security vulnerabilities in Emergency Alert System (EAS) encoder/decoder devices. If left unpatched, the issues could allow an adversary to issue fraudulent emergency alerts over TV, radio, and cable networks.

Source: Emergency Alert System Flaws Could Let Attackers Transmit Fake Messages


Microsoft Catches Austrian Company Exploiting Windows, Adobe Zero-Days

Malware hunters at Microsoft have caught an Austrian hack-for-hire company exploiting zero-day flaws in Windows and Adobe software products in “limited and targeted attacks” against European and Central American computer users. read more

Source: Microsoft Catches Austrian Company Exploiting Windows, Adobe Zero-Days


Discovery Of New UEFI Rootkit Exposes An Ugly Truth: The Attacks Are Invisible To Us

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Source: Discovery Of New UEFI Rootkit Exposes An Ugly Truth: The Attacks Are Invisible To Us


T-Mobile to cough up $500 million over 2021 data breach

Technically, it’s not a fine, and the lawyers will get a big chunk of it. But it still adds up to a half-billion-dollar data breach.

Source: T-Mobile to cough up $500 million over 2021 data breach


HTTP/3 | RFC 9114

Chrome has had QUIC for sometime now. I use QUIC as well with Syncthing.


Even Air-Gapped Systems’ Aren’t Safe!

Stealing Data Wirelessly From an Air-Gapped System – Security | DSLReports Forums, broadband news, information and community

Source: DSL Reports


New Linux Malware Framework Lets Attackers Install Rootkit on Targeted Systems

A never-before-seen Linux malware has been dubbed a “Swiss Army Knife” for its modular architecture and its capability to install rootkits. This previously undetected Linux threat, called¬†Lightning Framework¬†by Intezer, is equipped with a plethora of features, making it one of the most intricate frameworks developed for targeting Linux systems. “The framework has both passive and active

Source: New Linux Malware Framework Lets Attackers Install Rootkit on Targeted Systems


How the FBI Wiretapped the World

FBI used a honeypot phone.

https://www.vice.com/en/article/pkgbpn/how-the-fbi-wiretapped-the-world