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21 October, 2014
Newsletter issue 6

This issue of our newsletter includes news on ongoing research for 1000TB optical disks and the discovered vulnerability in the OpenSSL 3.0 Protocol. Our main feature is a how-to article in partitioning Windows and Linux servers.

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In this issue

1,000-terabyte DVD Possible in the Near Future

An Australian team of researchers has found a revolutionary way to fit 1000TB into traditional optical storage devices like CDs and DVDs. They broke a physical barrier known as the diffraction limit of light by using two light beams with different abilities.

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OpenSSL 3.0 Protocol Vulnerability release

A design vulnerability has found in the way SSL 3.0 handles block cipher mode padding. Exploitation of this vulnerability may allow a remote attacker to decrypt and extract information from inside an encrypted transaction.

Find additional information here.


How to Partition Windows and Linux Servers?

To partition a HDD is to divide a single physical disk into multiple logical storage units so that a different file system can be implemented in each partition. Though there are different kinds available, the two partition schemes usually used in x86-compatible systems are the Master Boot Record (MBR) and GUID Partition Table (GPT).

See the whole article here.
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