Rapberry Pi Development

The Raspberry Pi is a single computer board, developed for Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The low cost, numerous connectivity options, and 'plug and play' nature of Pi makes for a board that is ideal for all. Pi is the perfect tool; you can use it as a desktop computer, media center, server, monitoring/security device, or any other custom application. We can compile any Linux-based Operating System (OS) to run on the versatile Raspberry Pi. Unlock the potential of the Raspberry Pi with plenty of access to development software and configuration options.

Raspberry Pi Customization

One In Five Feel More At Risk Of Cybercrime And Fraud Since Lockdown

New polling has revealed that the risk of cybercrime is on the rise since the coronavirus lock downs. A poll by Ipsos MORI found that 58% felt that their accounts have been accessed without permission and 57% being infected with malware and viruses. Since the lockdown in March a lot of people felt more at risk of buying counterfeit goods online. ...

BitCoin Clipper Malware – Malicious Program Designed To Steal Funds From Cryptocurrency Wallets

Cybercriminals released a new BitCoin Clipper malware virus to steal cryptocurrencies. The malware inserts itself into a victim's computer and intercepts clipboard information secretly redirecting the users crypto-wallet cryptocurrencies to the criminal’s wallet. Malware affects and steals from many of the popular crypto’s Bitcoin, Dash, Monero, Ethereum and others. ...

Critical Flaw Afflicts Several Intel Motherboards and Server Systems

Intel issued a warning regarding a rare, critical severity vulnerability affecting several of its motherboards, server systems and compute modules. The flaw could allow an unauthenticated, remote hacker to get escalated privileges. ...

Malware Developer Pleads Guilty in Cybercrime Spree

The author of the FastPOS malware has pleaded guilty to charges in his role in one of the largest cybercrime rings ever to be prosecuted by a US court. Valerian Chiochiu, a thirty-year-old also known as ‘Onassis,’, pleaded guilty to RICO conspiracy on July 31 before the US District Court in Nevada. He was one of 36 people named in a 2017 indictment as being involved in the Infraud Organization, which referred prospective purchasers of malware, payment card details, and other stolen ...