News of Note—Asus, municipal broadband and more

august 8 2017

> Researchers have discovered two new microprocessor flaws that they say could affect cloud computing and personal computers. The Register article

> Asus has implemented a firmware update for its AiMesh system, which can turn its existing Wi-Fi routers into a mesh network. The Verge article


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> Municipal broadband providers could be the answer to maintaining an open internet for consumers and businesses. Tech Crunch article

> ProLogic ITS is working with Rockingham County School District in North Carolina on a recent widespread Emotet virus attack, which crippled the district's network infrastructure including servers, storage, and end-user computing devices. Release

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