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Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools

UPDATE — If you've used School Management Pro, it's time to check your site, stat. Dan Goodin - May 20, 2022 10:51 pm UTC Researchers said on Friday that they found a malicious backdoor in a WordPress plugin that gave attackers full control of websites that used the package, which is marketed to schools. The…

Sixth child in US dies of unexplained hepatitis as global cases top 600

Enlarge / Liver lesions in patient with chronic active hepatitis C. A sixth child has died in the United States from puzzling liver inflammation—aka hepatitis—and the number of unexplained cases has risen to 180 across 36 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The latest death was announced in a press briefing…

Analysis of prehistoric feces shows Stonehenge people had parasites

Enlarge / The prehistoric monument of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, UK. A large Neolithic settlement known as Durrington Walls is less than two miles away and is believed to be where the people who built the famous site camped during the main stage of construction. Adam Stanford Nearly two miles away from Stonehenge, there is a…

Review: New Chip ‘N Dale movie hilariously spoofs classic games, cartoons

advance notice for meryl streep's next oscar nod here — A Shrek for a new era, as Disney lets Lonely Island go nuts (in PG fashion). Sam Machkovech - May 20, 2022 7:45 pm UTC Enlarge / When there's danger!Disney Traditionally, when Disney films skip theaters and go straight to video, it's not a good…

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon “8+ Gen 1” salvage operation moves the chip to TSMC

Will Qualcomm actually hit these numbers this time? — After missing performance estimates, Qualcomm is dumping Samsung mid-cycle. Ron Amadeo - May 20, 2022 5:30 pm UTC Qualcomm Qualcomm's mid-cycle "plus" chip refresh—the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1—has been announced. As usual, Qualcomm is promising some modest improvements over the existing 8 Gen 1 chip. The…

MINISFORUM announces the Neptune HX90G mini PC with AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX APU and RX 6650M dGPU

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Microsoft Edge taps AI to make grainy images look nice and crisp in your browser

If images begin to look sharper on Microsoft Edge compared to other browsers, there’s a reason for that. Microsoft is building in what it calls a “Turing Image Super Resolution engine” into Microsoft Edge, “upscaling” low-resolution images with higher fidelity. In effect, Edge will create a higher-resolution image using artificial intelligence, where it didn’t exist…

Tested: AMD’s Ryzen 7 6800U brings big performance to the tiniest laptops

With the launch of its first Ryzen 6000 mobile processors earlier this year, AMD supercharged the performance of lighter laptops. Before, you had to look to five or six pound laptops to get the kind of power now available in a three-and-a-half pound notebook. But that release was from the AMD’s beefier H-class processors—chips with…

AMD’s FSR 2.0 makes a strong first impression—even on Steam Deck

AMD AMD has released its new Fidelity Super FX Super Resolution 2.0, and that’s awesome news for the Steam Deck. If you don’t know why, you’re probably not alone. This is some complex graphics technology, and how and why it makes games run better on devices like the Steam Deck takes some explaining. Luckily, Keith…

How to get Windows cheap (or even for free)

Windows licenses are expensive—almost painfully so. Shelling out $139 for Windows 10 Home or $200 for Windows 10 Pro feels rough when Linux is free, since that much cash is easily a third of a budget PC build. Even if you want to run Windows 11, you’re best off getting a Windows 10 license on…

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Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools

UPDATE — If you've used School Management Pro, it's time to check your site, stat. Dan Goodin - May 20, 2022 10:51 pm UTC Researchers said on Friday that they found a malicious backdoor in a WordPress plugin that gave attackers full control of websites that used the package, which is marketed to schools. The…

Sixth child in US dies of unexplained hepatitis as global cases top 600

Enlarge / Liver lesions in patient with chronic active hepatitis C. A sixth child has died in the United States from puzzling liver inflammation—aka hepatitis—and the number of unexplained cases has risen to 180 across 36 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The latest death was announced in a press briefing…

Analysis of prehistoric feces shows Stonehenge people had parasites

Enlarge / The prehistoric monument of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, UK. A large Neolithic settlement known as Durrington Walls is less than two miles away and is believed to be where the people who built the famous site camped during the main stage of construction. Adam Stanford Nearly two miles away from Stonehenge, there is a…