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Alphabet Spins Out Quantum Company

Sandbox AQ to operate as independent company under founding CEO

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Wazuh Offers XDR Functionality at a Price Enterprises Will Love — Free!

Back in 2018, Palo Alto Networks CTO and co-founder Nir Zuk coined a new term to describe the way that businesses needed to approach cybersecurity in the years to come. That term, of course, was extended detection and response (XDR). It described a unified cybersecurity infrastructure that brought endpoint threat detection, network analysis and visibility (NAV), access management, and more under

Minicomputer Restoration Hanging In The Balance

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[David Lovett] aka Usagi Electric has spent the last several months dissecting a Centurion minicomputer from 1980. His latest update reveals that the restoration has hit several snags, and bootstrapping …read more

DPCM Capital Files Statement for Proposed Business Combination with D-Wave

MIAMI, PALO ALTO and BURNABY, British Columbia — DPCM Capital, Inc. (NYSE: XPOA), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company (“DPCM Capital”), today announced the filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) by D-Wave Quantum Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of DPCM Capital (“D-Wave Quantum”), of a registration statement on Form S-4 (the “Registration […]

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Palo Alto Networks Introduces Prisma Cloud Supply Chain Security

Threat modeling visualization, code repository scanning, and pipeline configuration analysis help prioritize vulnerabilities.

CardinalOps Raises $17.5M Series A for Threat Coverage Optimization

CardinalOps takes on the challenge of identifying and remediating riskiest gaps in threat detection coverage, powered by AI and crowd-sourced best practices.

HonestNFT Launches Vigilante Army NFT Drop

-- March 7, 2022 -- HonestNFT (https://honestnft.xyz/), the community focused on making NFT drops fair and equitable, today announced its own NFT drop, the Vigilantes, to help support its mission as well as compensate its community of analysts and coders who are identifying NFT shortcomings and other bad actors. Both the presale price and the Dutch Auction reserve, or minimum, price for purchasing a Vigilante NFT will be 0.1 ETH.


The drop will consist of 3,777 unique masked NFTs with varying traits available for purchase with both masculine and feminine versions of the NFT “Vigilantes.” These are the only NFTs in HonestNFT's Vigilante Army collection that are available for purchase and tradable. Starting on Monday, March 7, and lasting 48 hours, the first run of 600 Vigilante NFTs will be available for minting. The remaining Vigilante NFTs will be available for purchase in the public sale starting on Wednesday, March 9, and will last until supply runs out.


“As NFTs become more popular, bad actors are tipping the scales in their favor to receive an increased chance of receiving rare NFTs, undermining hard-working creators and honest investors,” said Ricardo Rosales, CEO of Convex Labs. “We want to build a community that fights such exploits, while making NFTs more equitable, and the Vigilante NFT will help directly contribute to future activities serving HonestNFT's mission, while scaling up both the numbers in our community and the numbers of NFT campaigns we can target.”


HonestNFT's code can be used to examine NFT launches and grade them based on a metric developed by HonestNFT called HonestScore. Modeled after the Ethereum bug bounty program, the HonestNFT community of crypto technologists can earn ETH, NFTs, and other rewards for finding dishonest drops or improving the project's codebase. HonestNFT has also open-sourced its code (https://github.com/Convex-Labs) to help everyone within the NFT community identify bad actors.


HonestNFT was incubated out of Convex Labs, a crypto innovation network led by former and current leaders of the Stanford Blockchain Club with expertise in blockchain forensics, quant trading, organizational design, and venture capital. Over the last several months, in pre-launch, the project has been releasing guides, frameworks, audits, and case studies to help NFT creators and collectors better understand NFT vulnerabilities. As part of its campaign for full transparency, HonestNFT has posted and will continue to post bad actors it has identified on the Convex Labs Medium page.


To learn more, please visit the HonestNFT website, Discord, Twitter, or GitHub.


About HonestNFT

HonestNFT is the premier community for making NFT drops fair and equitable. It is the first project incubated out of Convex Labs, a crypto innovation network led by former and current leaders of the Stanford Blockchain Club with expertise in blockchain forensics, quant trading, organizational design, and venture capital. For more information, please visit https://honestnft.xyz.


About Convex Labs

Convex Labs is building a crypto network reshaping the future of innovation and work. The company is founded by former and current leaders of the Stanford Blockchain Club with expertise in Blockchain Forensics, Quant Trading, Organizational Design, and Venture Capital. The network members conduct research and generate insights that are commercialized through market-making, investing, development consulting, and incubation. At the moment, the team conducts research with focus on identifying security vulnerabilities and inefficiencies in the ever-evolving world of public blockchains. They've started there because they believe that though blockchains enable trust-less interactions, the industry has a major trust problem. They envision a future where public blockchains are robust enough to solve some of society's most important issues.



Media contact: honestNFT@transformgroup.com

Company contact: hello@convexlabs.xyz

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New Linux Kernel cgroups Vulnerability Could Let Attackers Escape Container

Details have emerged about a now-patched high-severity vulnerability in the Linux kernel that could potentially be abused to escape a container in order to execute arbitrary commands on the container host. The shortcoming resides in a Linux kernel feature called control groups, also referred to as cgroups version 1 (v1), which allows processes to be organized into hierarchical groups, thereby

At PTAB, Google Loses HVAC Patent Fight

Google has lost its efforts to convince the Patent Trial and Appeal Board that a patent owned by a smart-home energy startup called EcoFactor is just a combination of two decade-old patents that also cover saving energy with thermostats.

Ford and Argo AI’s Autonomous Test Vehicles Hit the Road in Nashville

The two plan to run a fleet of more than 1,000 autonomous test vehicles on public roads via Lyft over the next five years

Infusion Pumps Impacted by Years-Old Critical Vulnerabilities: Report

More than 100,000 infusion pumps were found susceptible to severe vulnerabilities that were disclosed roughly three years ago, according to researcher at Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42.

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Palo Alto Networks Introduces PAN-OS 10.2 Nebula

Software collects, analyzes, and interprets potential zero-day threats in real time using inline deep learning.

Report: Nearly 75% of Infusion Pumps Affected by Severe Vulnerabilities

An analysis of data crowdsourced from more than 200,000 network-connected infusion pumps used in hospitals and healthcare entities has revealed that 75% of those medical devices contain security weaknesses that could put them at risk of potential exploitation. "These shortcomings included exposure to one or more of some 40 known cybersecurity vulnerabilities and/or alerts that they had one or
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