Fallout 4 is a game that many gamers have been waiting for for years. GIven that in the past we have seen fake leaks and pranks, we guess gamers must have felt some kind of relief when it was officially announced at E3 2015 last month. That being said if you’re worried about getting through the game too quickly, it seems unlikely that will happen.
In an interview with OXM (via Gamespresso), the game’s lead producer Jeff Gardiner revealed that Fallout 4 would be packed with as much as 400 hours worth of content. Of course if you’re planning on doing speed runs this would be a very different story, but if you’re the type of gamer who loves exploring the game in its entirety, you will have a lot of content to comb through. Read full post →Fallout 4 Has Over 400 Hours Of Content
Some of you guys might recall that a couple of months ago, an exploit nicknamed Thunderstrike was discovered for Mac computers, where basically it could allow hackers to modify the firmware of a Mac computer. Further proving the vulnerability and bringing it to attention, a group of researchers have built on that exploit, resulting in Thunderstrike 2.
According to a report from WIRED, it seems that Thunderstrike is basically a worm that can infect the firmware of a Mac computer, thus making it impossible to be removed. Issuing a patch would be impossible since the worm is said to be able to block the update or reinstall itself regardless of what’s been done. Read full post →Researchers Create First Firmware Worm That Can Infect Macs