Blog Posts

Making connected cars secure down to the core

  • November 2, 2017 /
  • by Joel Catala
Securing the cars of tomorrow is a concern for car makers, Tier-1 suppliers, and consumers alike. As a matter of fact, a 2015 consumer survey showed that 62% of people questioned feared that cars of the future will be easily hacked. Lawmakers in the US have already passed bills to address and calm these fears,
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Hey Tuxera NTFS for Mac fans! With the launch of macOS High Sierra on September 25th, we expect many of you will be updating soon if you have not done so already. In case you haven’t been following Mac news too closely, every Mac that can run macOS Sierra can update to High Sierra. Those
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SMB1 is done

  • September 25, 2017 /
  • by Paul Choo
Beware SMB1, the end draws near. At Microsoft’s June 2017 Interop event, Microsoft Principle Program Manager Ned Pyle delivered the eulogy for the outdated – and extremely vulnerable – version of the Server Messaging Block (SMB) protocol. One simple, yet powerful slide from Mr. Pyle laid out the grave future for SMB1: SMB1 is full
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The biggest challenge car makers face in delivering data-driven UX

  • September 18, 2017 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
“Big data processing in a fast and seamless way is one of the main challenges for car makers when building the cars of the future.” Unlike the past 100 years, cars of today have become gadgets. People are starting to choose a vehicle for its software features and services, instead of physical or mechanical features
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Connected cars literally take us close to the edge

  • June 30, 2017 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
The connected car easily conjures up topics like 5G, V2X, and the cloud. It’s certainly enchanting – all the amazing services the cloud and high-speed wireless connectivity will bring to our cars in the coming years. But the down-to-earth reality is the mission-critical handling and processing of data will be done inside the car itself.
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In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm ravaged its way through exposed systems in over 60 countries. The attack started on May 12 and spread rampantly over the next four days, exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft’s implementation of the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. WannaCry sadly lived true to its name. Hospitals, businesses, metro stations, universities,
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Despite what some people believe, the black box inside your car doesn’t serve up a steady stream of data to some overlord who’s tracking you. It’s there as a benefit. With the data collected from black boxes, safety analysts and accident investigators can evaluate how cars perform in crashes and ultimately design safer cars. The
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The market-leading file system and networking technology company acquires a well-known memory performance benchmarking app for Android, continuing its investments in the flash memory technologies. Helsinki, Finland – May 12, 2017 – Tuxera, the file systems and networking technology market leader today announced it has acquired A1 Dev, developers of a well-known A1 SD benchmarking
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