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The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

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The all-new fifth-generation Kia Sportage has gone on sale in its homeland of South Korea, and Kia has released new photos of the compact crossover.

In South Korea, pre-orders started on July 6. On the very first day, 16,078 pre-orders were issued for a car in South Korea. Prior to that, more orders for the first day were placed only for the fourth generation Kia Sorento (18,941 orders), but the cars are in different classes.

The fifth generation Kia Sportage is offered with two wheelbases depending on the region. A long version will be on sale in the USA and Asia: the dimensions of the car are 4.66 x 1.86 x 1.66 m with a wheelbase of 2.75 m. In Europe, a shortened version with unknown dimensions will be sold. At the same time, she will have a different rear end with modified struts.

The new Sportage has an even bolder design than its predecessor, with a striking front end that includes LED headlights with boomerang daytime running lights, a large grille and a new Kia logo.

Inside are two 10.25-inch displays for the infotainment system and instrument panel. Below is a new climate control panel that combines physical buttons with touchscreens, as well as a glossy black and leather center console with an automatic transmission pushbutton switch and a road mode dial.

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The all-new 2022 Kia Sportage finally goes on sale in South Korea

The basic version will offer a 1.6-liter turbo engine with 180 hp and 264 Nm of torque. In addition, a version with a 2-liter diesel engine, variable geometry turbine with 186 hp will be available. and a torque of 416 Nm. A hybrid version is expected later.

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DeFi protocol PancakeHunny lost $ 1.9 million due to hacker attack

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During the attack, 388 BNB and 1.7 million TUSD were stolen, which is a total of $ 1.9 million at the current exchange rate.

On October 20, the PancakeHunny decentralized protocol came under attack with instant credit and lost 388 BNB and 1.7 million TUSD (approximately $ 1.9 million). Problems with the operation of the platform were discovered by experts of the cyber service PeckShield Inc.

“The break-in was carried out due to an error in the inflation system. It allowed using a small amount of ALPACA tokens for staking and receiving a large amount of TUSD. These tokens were then used to issue a large number of HUNNY tokens, ”the researchers write.

During the attack, the attacker made a total of 32 transactions and received $ 1.9 million in ETH in the final. The loss of such a sum negatively impacted the work of PancakeHunny. The platform’s token lost 60% in less than 10 minutes.

The creators of PancakeHunny confirmed that the platform was under attack, highlighting that users’ funds are safe. Only the HUNNY course was affected.

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Microsoft Certified Rootkit Spreads in China’s Gaming Ecosystem

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In the gaming ecosystem of China, the FiveSys rootkit is distributed, which has successfully passed Microsoft certification under the guise of a driver.

The rootkit, signed with a Microsoft certificate, is being distributed to computer gamers in China, according to Darkreading.

Cybersecurity experts have determined that a rootkit with a valid Microsoft digital signature is being distributed to gamers in China. According to Bitdefender experts, the FiveSys software is used to redirect traffic to an attacker-controlled proxy server and appears to be exploited by criminals with a particular interest in the Chinese gaming market. The main purpose is believed to be the theft of player identification and payment data.

This is the second malicious program this year targeted at Chinese gamers and bearing a valid Microsoft signature – in June, G-Data reported that a Netfilter rootkit had been detected.

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Video cards that should have cost $ 200-300. Younger 3D-cards Radeon RX 6000 will be released in early 2022

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Younger video cards AMD and Nvidia of the current generation have not yet come out. Both companies are in no hurry to present budget solutions, but sooner or later this will happen.

According to the latest data, AMD graphics cards based on GPU Navi 24 will be released in the first quarter of next year. Previously, these models were named Radeon RX 6500 and RX 6500 XT. In any case, these will be the youngest cards in the lineup, as Navi 24 will be the smallest GPU of this generation.

The video cards will allegedly have a TDP of 100-120 W and will compete with the GeForce RTX 3050/3050 Ti and the lower-end Intel Arc models. The recommended price is expected to be in the range of $ 200-300, but, as we know, in reality there are almost no such prices on the market.

We know from early leaks that the Navi 24 GPU should contain 1024 stream processors. The Infinity Cache will be only 16 MB, but there were earlier rumors about the absence of this element in the junior Navi GPU. However, with a 64-bit Infinity Cache bus, it certainly would not be superfluous.

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