Google Revealed Security Flaw in macOS

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Google’s Project Zero, a team finding security flaws in it’s own products as well as other firms, exposed high severity flaw in macOS kernel.

Team reported that when user-owned mounted filesystem image is modified, the virtual management subsystem is not informed of the changes, making attackers able to take malicious actions without the mounted filesystem knowing about it. For full report, click here.

Also, Project Zero generally report the problems to the manufacturers privately and give them 90 days to resolve the problem before publicly disclosing it, which means that Apple couldn’t — or didn’t — fix the flaw for 90 days.

Microsoft Employees Demand To Cancel The Contract With US Army; CEO Respond

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Microsoft Workers 4 Good, a group of Microsoft workers, is campaigning for their employer to cancel a $479m HoloLens military contract with US Army.

The group believes that HoloLens is developed for non-harmful means, including helping architects and engineers design buildings and cars, teaching complex surgery, and even to push the boundaries of gaming. Not to help people kill.

CEO of the Microsoft, Satya Nadella, responded to this campaign by saying “We made a principled decision that we’re not going to withhold technology from institutions that we have elected in democracies to protect the freedoms we enjoy”. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

This “Eye Resolution” VR Costs $6,000

Finnish company Varjo announced VR-1, a VR device that has more than 60 pixels per degree(over 60 PPD / 3000 PPI), which is equivalent to human-eye resolution.

But although VR-1 has over 20/20 vision resolution and sub-degree accuracy eye-tracker, it has 87 degrees of field of view — human has
114 degrees FOV —
and 90Hz refresh rate at max. Which is not near the human level.

Check out more info about VR-1 here.