Month: July 2015

What is rowhammer? It’s not new, rowhammer was discussed in the “Flipping Bits in Memory Without Accessing Them: An Experimental Study of DRAM Disturbance Errors” paper published in 2014. But until now exploiting it required software to be installed on the victim computer. Google’s Project Zero has just proven that rowhammer exploits can be executed […]

Building a website that works well and looks sharp on numerous devices is critical. Your visitors aren’t chained to a desk, they will be accessing your website from desktops, phones, notepads and laptops. Each device has different screen shapes and different resolutions and they will be interacting with your site in many different ways. There are […]

IBM, in collaboration with Samsung and others has successfully cut the size of transistors in half. The most popular transistor in use today is about 14 nanometers (1 nanometer = 1 billionth of a meter), IBM’s chip contains transistors that are 7 nanometers across. These transistors are slightly larger than a strand of DNA! This equates […]

  Cruft, in the development world is defined as: ‘badly designed, unnecessarily complicated, or unwanted code or software.’ In web design it can refer to all the junk – not to mention http posts – one has to wade through to get to an online article – as in the case explored in this Telerik article. […]

  Due to the faultering sales of the Windows Phone, Microsoft has decided to make major cuts in its phone related departments. But according to Forbes this doesn’t necessarily signal an end to the company’s foray into the mobile market. It is entirely possible that Microsoft is gearing up to streamline its efforts, relying heavily […]

  Earlier today everything blew up. Multiple major companies suffered from crippling ‘technical glitches’ this morning. The affected companies include: New York Stock Exchange The Wall Street Journal United Airlines United Airlines suffered from problems with its reservation system and made an apology to travelers. The NYSE was forced to halt trading until 3:15pm. According […]

Businesses today face many threats to their networks and the critical files and data contained within. Malicious software such as viruses, malware, ransomware, and trojans are out there prowling around for susceptible systems to wreak havoc upon. Let RHYNONetworks help you protect your company’s assets!   Viruses Viruses can render your business computers inoperable, or […]