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SkyHigh Memory Expands SLC NAND Flash Family with 1xnm Products

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SkyHigh Memory, a global leader in embedded storage solutions, has unveiled SLC NAND ML-3 flash memory chips. They are rated for 3.0 V supply voltages and are offered in 1 Gbps and 4 Gbps densities, logically organized in 2 KB and 4 KB pages. The new chips are manufactured using 1xnm technology, the most advanced technology used in SLC NAND flash memory. The family includes first generation SPI serial and parallel ICs. They complemented the already produced ML-3 microcircuits with a density of 4, 8 and 16 Gbit with a parallel interface.

SkyHigh Memory Expands SLC NAND Flash Family with 1xnm Products

The manufacturer considers the advantages of the new SLC NAND microcircuits to be guaranteed retention of operability at temperatures up to + 105 ° C. In addition, thanks to the internal ECC mechanism, ML-3 chips can be used with modern chipsets as well as older ones equipped with a 1-bit ECC module. ML-3 provides various security features to protect boot code, system firmware, and application integrity from malicious software. They are well suited for applications with increased reliability and security requirements, including industrial controllers, networking equipment, and IoT devices.

ML-3 SPI SLC NAND is available in 6 x 8 mm LGA 8-pin, ML-3 Parallel SLC NAND in 12 x 20 mm 48-pin TSOP and 9 x 11 mm 63-pin BGA.

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The new Intel processors are likely to be more expensive than their predecessors. There are already prices for two new models in the US

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It looks like the new Intel processors will significantly raise the price bar. A large American network MicroCenter has already added a couple of new Alder Lake generation products to its range.

The Core i7-12700K is priced at $ 470, while the top-end Core i9-12900K will cost $ 670. For comparison, the Core i9-11900K has a MSRP of $ 550, and Intel’s flagship model has always cost about the same for many years.

Of course, there hasn’t been an official announcement yet, so we don’t know the recommended prices. But today we have already seen an example from Germany, where the price was also above $ 600.

The new Intel processors are likely to be more expensive than their predecessors.  There are already prices for two new models in the US

At the same time, it is hardly worth blaming Intel for such a pricing policy. First, the new CPUs will be much more efficient than their predecessors. And secondly, the same Ryzen 5000 is also not cheap, and it is not yet clear if the Ryzen 9 5950X will be able to withstand in comparison with the new flagship of Intel.

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“Your beloved American president has been silenced.” Donald Trump finally announced the launch of his Truth Social

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Former US President Donald Trump has finally announced the launch of his own social network called Truth Social.

A limited beta launch is slated for November, with wider rollouts scheduled for the first quarter of next year.

I created Truth Social and TMGT (Trump Media and Technology Group) to counter the tyranny of big technology. We live in a world where the Taliban are on Twitter, but your beloved American president has been silenced

Recall that Trump’s Twitter and Facebook accounts are permanently blocked.

At the moment, a social networking site is already functioning, where those who wish can join the waiting list. There is also a link for pre-downloading the application on iOS.

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Vulnerability in WinRAR allows code to run without the user’s knowledge

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To carry out an attack, you need to create a malicious Wi-Fi access point, hack a router, and spoof DNS.

Positive Technologies Igor Sak-Sakovsky discovered a dangerous vulnerability in the WinRAR file archiver. An issue identified as CVE-2021-35052 exists in the WinRAR web notifier, which is used to display trial period expiration messages. The vulnerability affects WinRAR versions prior to 6.02 beta 1.

To display a message about the expiration of the trial period, the web component redirects to HHPS: //notifier.win-rar.com/. The vulnerability allows a remote unauthorized person to intercept requests sent to them and thereby carry out a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack, create a backdoor, and even remotely execute code.

As explained by the researcher, the vulnerability exists due to the use of the incorrectly configured webbrowser module by the web notifier component.

According to Sak-Sakovsky, in order to carry out an MITM attack through this vulnerability, an attacker needs to create a malicious Wi-Fi access point, hack a router and spoof DNS, or be on the same network with the victim.

An attacker can use an SMB server to execute code remotely, but there are restrictions on the black list of executable file extensions. So, when you run files with the bat, vbs, exe and msi extensions, a message about the malicious file will appear, suggesting possible actions with them. However, since WinRAR does not have an automatic update mechanism, and vulnerable versions are common, attackers can bypass the restrictions and hide the launch using old exploits for WinRAR or Microsoft Office.

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