Threat Analysis; your attack surface.
Wireless key fobs compromised in European nations (France, Spain, and Latvia). On October 10, 2022, European authorities arrested 31 suspects across three nations. The suspects are believed to be related to a cybercrime ring that allegedly advertised an “automotive diagnostic solution” online and sent out fraudulent packages to their victims. The fraudulent packages contained malware and once installed onto the victims vehicle, the attackers were able to unlock the vehicle, start the ignition, then steal the vehicle without the physical key fob. European authorities confiscated over €1 million in criminal assets (malicious software, tools, and an online domain).
Microsoft Office 365 has a broken encryption algorithm. Microsoft Office 365 uses an encryption algorithm called “Office 365 Message Encryption” to send and receive encrypted email messages. The messages are encrypted in an Electronic Codebook (ECB). The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) reported, "ECB mode encrypts plaintext blocks independently, without randomization; therefore, the inspection of any two ciphertext blocks reveals whether or not the corresponding plaintext blocks are equal". Emails can be harvested today then decrypted later for future attacks.
Netflix crackdown on freeloaders. Netflix is testing in Argentina, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras Chile, Costa Rica and Peru different efforts to crackdown on freeloaders. The term “freeloaders” covers the multiple users sharing a single Netflix account from different locations. Netflix plans to charge an additional $3.00 - $4.00 per subaccount.
Samsung implements private blockchain to link user devices. While claiming the private blockchain, “has nothing to do with cryptomining”, the Knox Matrix security system links all your devices together in a private blockchain instead using a server based group verification system. The system, Knox Matrix, is suppose to allow devices to “manage themselves” by auto updating, caching updates for other devices then distributing the updates to other devices on the private blockchain.
Toys for Techs.
Juno Tablet is a Beta product; overall it works with a few bugs. This is a non-refundable product, you will only get store credit.
Price: $429.00 USD.
Screen Size: 10.1”
- Screen Type: Full HD IPS screen 1920×1200 Capacitive touch, Capacitive (10-Point) MIPI-DSI.
- Refresh Rate: 60 Hz.
CPU: Intel Jasper Lake Intel Celeron N5100 (4 Cores / 4 Threads) – 1.10GHz (Turbo 2.80 GHz)
- Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics, Frequency: Base 350 MHz - Max 800 MHz.
Ram (SOLDERED): 8GB 2133 MHz LPDDR4.
Storage: 256GB, 512GB, 1TB SSD.
Wireless Card: Intel Wireless AC 9460/9560 Jefferson Peak 2.4 and 5GHz + Bluetooth 4.2.
- 1x USB3.0
- 1x Type-C 3.1 (Supports charging + video out)
- 1x Mini HDMI
- 1x Micro SD
- 3.5MM Headphone Jack
Linux Kernel 5.18+
- JingPad A1 maybe discontinued: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmBG1Sjgsgk
RISC-V SBC Info:
- Embedded 64MB PSRAM
- 2.4GHz 1T1R WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Bluetooth 5.2
- 10/100Mbps Ethernet (optional, on expansion board)
- on-board 16Mb (2MB) or 128Mb (16MB) XSPI NOR flash memory.
- microSD - supports SDHC and SDXC
- USB 2.0 OTG port
- 26 GPIO Pins, including SPI, I2C and UART functionality. Possible I2S and GMII expansion.
- Dual lane MiPi CSI port, located at USB-C port, for camera module.
- mic (optional, on camera module)
- speaker (optional, on camera module)