Someone just DDoSed one of the most critical organs of the Internet anatomy – The Internet’s DNS Root Servers.
Early last week, a flood of as many as 5 Million queries per second hit many of the Internet’s DNS (Domain Name System) Root Servers that act as the authoritative reference for mapping domain names to IP addresses and are a total of 13 in numbers.
The attack, commonly known as
Announcing the results of its experiment, Google says Quantum Computer is More than 100 Million times faster than a regular PC.
Two years ago, Google and NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) bought a D-Wave 2X quantum computer, which they have been experimenting at the U.S. space agency’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California for the past two years.
Another Big Milestone – Let’s Encrypt is now offering Free HTTPS certificates to everyone.
Let’s Encrypt has opened to the public, allowing anyone to obtain Free SSL/TLS (Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security) certificates for their web servers and to set up HTTPS websites in a few simple steps (mentioned below).
Let’s Encrypt – an initiative run by the Internet Security Research
When automobiles giant like Nissan, Toyota and Tesla are focusing on self-driving smart cars, Chinese researchers have taken the future of automotive car driving technology to the level that’s beyond your imaginations.
Chinese researchers have built what they claim is the World’s First Mind-Controlled Car — that uses nothing but human’s brain power to drive.
Isn’t that sound like a
Breaking Update: Police Raid alleged Bitcoin Creator Craig Wright’s Home in Sydney.
Yes, Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of the Bitcoin digital cryptocurrency has possibly been identified as an Australian entrepreneur, according to investigations independently done by Wired and Gizmodo.
His name is Craig Steven Wright…
…at least based on some convincing evidence shown by
Just hours after the Australian man ‘Craig Steven Wright’ outed as the possible real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin, Australian Police raided his home in Sydney.
Over 10 police officers raided Wright’s home in the Sydney suburbs on Wednesday afternoon. They forcefully opened the door, and ‘started searching the cupboards and surfaces of the garage.’