Category Archives: devices
The folks from iFixit has published teardowns of Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Surface Laptop. The iFixit-Verdict: The Surface Laptop is not a laptop. It’s a glue-filled monstrosity. Both notebooks are practically not repairable.
Bad news for users of a OnePlus 2 handset. Although the vendor promised an update to Android 7, it’s now clear, that this update never will arrive. According to Android Authority, OnePlus told this site, that ‘customer service has been … Continue reading
Microsoft has released on June 6, 2017 another firmware update for Microsoft Surface Pro 3. This updates UEFI and also the Embedded Controller Firmware.
[German]Some users of mobile devices facing a problem. Attachments for calendar are not downloaded from Exchange ActiveSync client on mobile devices. But there is a solution from Microsoft.
[German]Microsoft has released another Firmware-Update for Surface Pro 4 on May 25, 2017. This update contains allc urrent software, firmware, and drivers for the Surface Pro 4; including optional WinTab drivers.
Video players are vulnerable. Check Point researchers revealed a new attack vector which threatens millions of users worldwide – attack by subtitles viewed in media players.
[German]Microsoft will show next week a refreshed Surface Pro 4 in Shanghai (China) – first images are leaked.
[German]A few days ago I’ve reported about a key logger within HP’s Conexant audio drivers for several devices. HP claimed this key logger has been left accidentally within the driver and offered quickly an update to ‘remove’ the key logger. … Continue reading
Nvidia has published a Security Bulletin on May 9, 2017, informing users about several vulnerabilities in it’s GPU graphics drivers.
[German]It’s a nasty surprise, what Thorsten Schröder, from Swiss modzero AG, discovered in Conexant’s audio drivers shipped with some HP notebooks. The driver is logging all key strokes and writes it into a public log file – a security night … Continue reading