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Cybersecurity experts are expressing concern over the latest data breach suffered by password manager LastPass, as the cloud security company remains mum in the face of a class-action lawsuit linked to multiple hacks on the firm last year.


LastPass first alerted customers in August 2022 that "an unauthorized party gained access to portions" of its network through a developer's compromised account, and determined at the time that no customer data or encrypted password vaults were accessed by the hacker.

The company then admitted a second breach in late November, saying someone used information accessed in the August hack to "gain access to certain elements of our customers' information." LastPass insisted users' passwords remained safely encrypted at that time.

"When I learned the depths of how bad it was, I switched right away," Lemmer said. "I'm not going to wait around for the next hack until it gets worse." Lemmer now uses LastPass rival Bitwarden to manage his passwords.

Nashville, Tennessee-based cybersecurity firm Galactic Advisors sent out a warning to customers over the LastPass hack on Jan. 3, saying it had "received information indicating that some of the unencrypted data" exposed in the attack "could be used for more than phishing."

The same week, LastPass was hit with a class-action lawsuit from a former customer who claims the hack resulted in someone accessing the private keys he had stored on LastPass to steal roughly $53,000 worth of bitcoin.

Weirdly enough, the DiskFiltration hack, as it's called, works by taking control of a hard drive's actuator. Much like the arm of a record player it moves back and forth across a hard drive's platters to read and write data, and while it moves it makes a series of various sounds. Using the right type of malware, hackers can use those very sounds for some extremely shady machinations. If the right person is listening for the right thing, those noises can let go of a lot of information like an encryption key.

Researchers then utilized an analog-to-digital converter, and converted the electrical signals from that sensor into digital information. Finally, researchers processed the signals through software to filter out noise, using the Google Cloud Speech API to recover human speech and apps like Shazam or SoundHound to identify songs. The video below walks through the proof-of-concept (PoC) hack:

Regardless, researchers stressed that leveraging electro-optical sensors in privacy-busting hacks will continue to undergo innovation in future attacks, making it even easier to eavesdrop in on sensitive conversations behind closed doors.

Want to transform your kid's bike by making it sound like a motorcycle? We'll show you how with 4 simple hacks to make your kids love playing on their bikes even more. You may remember some of these methods from your own childhood!

As we fight against the rise in screen time among children, parents are becoming more aware of the importance of active, outdoor play. Finding ways to encourage playing outdoors has never been so important. Here are 4 hacks to add a motorcycle sounds to your kid's bike.

The first and probably the oldest and most used hack for adding some sound to your bike is to use a good old fashioned playing card. People have been putting cards in bike spokes for decades to add a cool motorcycle sound.

You can now push your bike hacking mastery even further with this new plastic toy, made especially for the purpose of changing the sound of your bike to make it sound like a motorcycle. This little piece of plastic clips onto the front bike fork, so that it hits the spokes. The paddle section faces inward. When the wheel spins, the spokes bump against it, making an engine sound!

Welcome back. I'm Streaky. Welcome back to the channel. Today, this YouTube video is going to be the most important video I've ever done for you. So in this video at the end, I'm going to show you a hack, but you do need to watch the whole middle part of it. Otherwise, the hacks not going to make any sense. So what am I talking about? Well, what I'm talking about is you hitting the light button now, because that helps other guys like you see the videos from me and it helps me out a lot. So please like that. Now I'm telling you this because I want to help you as much as possible. And this technique is going to put all of the techniques and tricks that you're watching on YouTube and everywhere else together to make your mixes and mastering sound so, so much better.

Trinnov is a high-end system used in studios to measure the EQ curve of your room. Now, what I mean by that is you get a microphone, you play a signal through it. And then what it does, it says you've got too much bass or too much treble in the room. So for example, you might have +6dB at 100 Hz. The rooms making that EQ curve. So what it does, it will then cancel out -6dB so that it makes it so that it's flat. So what it's doing, it's correcting on a very minute scale, all of the problems of your room when it comes to the EQ. Now that system is around 5,000, probably $7,000. So I don't expect you to be having that in a home studio, but this is where the hack comes in. There is some software called Sonarworks. I'll link it below. Now, I'm sending you there because there is a student discount there. If you are a student or you have a way of getting the student discount, get that. You can definitely also try this for a 14-day free trial. You're going to love it.

A number of news media websites and several government agencies, including the office for Government Policy Coordination and the ruling New Frontier Party, were also affected by what seemed to be a coordinated attack beginning at 10:45 am (0145 GMT). The hacking coincided with the 63rd anniversary of the start of the Korean War on June 25, 1950.

Anonymous denied any involvement on its official Twitter account, but said it had succeeded in hacking a number of North Korean media websites on Tuesday, including the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and the ruling party newspaper, Rodong Sinmun.

In order to spread malware in target computers, the hackers went through 49 different places in 10 countries including South Korea, the investigation found. The North had used 22 of the places in past attacks.

In 2015, the security analytics company Rapid7 published a case study of baby monitors that found a number of security vulnerabilities. The risk is not just to privacy and peace of mind: A hacker could use a baby monitor to gain access to a home's network to get information off computers, possibly for financial gain.

Kennel cough is a dry, hacking, persistentcough that can sound like the dog has something stuck in its throat. This dryhack is often followed by gagging or retching that sounds like the dog iscoughing up a hairball, like a cat. Some dogs have coughing fits every fewminutes, while other dogs are constantly coughing throughout the day. The coughusually sets in 5 to 10 days after initial infection and can last up to 3weeks.

The sound your iPhone makes when you connect it to a power source has been the same for a long time. Unfortunately, it was never possible to change that chime to something different without jailbreaking first, which opens your iPhone up to malware and hackers. Thankfully, iOS 14 has changed that. 041b061a72


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