Plaster casts have certainly changed since I broke my arm as a kid; now it seems plaster itself could be on the way out – and that’s not the only innovation on the way. The Osteoid looks like Borg technology, but because it can be 3D printed to a custom fit for every patient it’s actually […]
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Mystery Malware is an Airborne Infection?
By Conn Ó Muíneacháin on November 11, 2013 in security
Security experts have spent the past week discussing the extraordinary claims by researcher Dragos Ruiu that he has discovered a sophisticated malware that infects BIOS, operates across multiple OSs, persists despite efforts to remove it, covers its tracks and – most surprisingly – uses ultrasonic audio signalling to overcome air gaps. It’s the stuff of […]