CLKSCREW Attack Can Hack Modern Chipsets via Their Power Management Features

A team of three scientists from Columbia University has discovered that by attacking the combo of hardware and software management utilities embedded with modern chipsets, threat actors can take over systems via an attack surface found in almost all mo…

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Windows 10 digital ink: All the improvements with the Fall Creators Update

Inking and navigating with a digital pen or stylus within Windows 10 will become easier within the Fall Creators Update, for those of you who use a tablet as, you know, a tablet.

The improvements include two major elements: navigation, including using the pen or stylus to select and scroll text; and better interpretation of inked words as text, via a more accurate and responsive handwriting panel. Combined, it’s a love letter of sorts to Surface and other tablet users who use the pen to input data. It’s amazing how well Windows can interpret your chicken-scratch into text that can be edited in Word and elsewhere.

General Windows 10 users won’t be able to take advantage of the new features until the launch of the Fall Creators Update on Oct. 17. However, members of Microsoft’s Windows Insiders beta program have been able to experience the new inking experience since Build 16215 in June. While Microsoft may make further refinements before the OS launches, the experiences we describe here should be pretty close to what you’ll get at launch. 

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