September 2017

Know The Difference Between NTFS, FAT32, and exFAT File Systems

You must have noticed while formatting an internal drive, external drive or removable drive, Windows gives you the choice of using one of these three different file systems: NTFS, FAT32, and exFAT. Do you know the meaning of these 3 file systems and why are they important? It is awkward that Most of the computer users don’t care much about the meaning of available options and features. They just use them

Artificial Intelligence Are Smart

SAS CTO Oliver Schabenberger counters Tesla founder Elon Musk’s description of artificial intelligence as the scariest problem.  Tesla CEO Elon Musk has received a lot of criticism recently for saying at the National Governors Association meeting, “AI is a fundamental existential risk for human civilization, and I don’t think people fully appreciate that.” Musk also referred to artificial intelligence (AI) technology as “the scariest problem” and called for government regulation.

MALWARE: What it is, Why Dangerous? -Success Kafoi

Malware is an umbrella term used to refer to a variety of forms of hostile or intrusive software. It is a shortened combination of the words malicious and software. It is a term for any sort of software designed with malicious intent. That malicious intent is often theft of your private information or the creation of a back-door to your computer so someone can gain access to it without your permission. However,

Biometrics-based Security, Not as Secured as it seems -Success Kafoi

Biometrics are automated methods of recognizing a person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristic. It measures features such as face, fingerprints, hand geometry, handwriting, iris, retinal, vein, and voice. With the aid of Biometric authentication, the unique biological characteristics of individuals used to verify identity for secure access to electronic systems. With the power of Biometrics technology today, fingerprint, which is a unique physical attribute of human body, is

Simple Exploit Allows Attackers to Modify Email Content Even After It's Sent

Security researchers are warning of a new, easy-to-exploit email trick that could allow an attacker to turn a seemingly benign email into a malicious one after it has already been delivered to your email inbox. Dubbed Ropemaker (stands for Remotely Originated Post-delivery Email Manipulation Attacks Keeping Email Risky), the trick was uncovered by Francisco Ribeiro, the researcher at email and cloud security firm Mimecast. A successful exploitation of the Ropemaker attack could allow an