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NV was hacked
« on: 13 Jul 2012, 02:47:54 am »
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July 12, 2012
Dear DevZone User,

NVIDIA suspended operations today of the NVIDIA Developer Zone website. We did this in response to attacks on the site by unauthorized third parties who may have gained access to hashed passwords.

We are investigating this matter and working around the clock to ensure that secure operations can be restored.

As a precautionary measure, we strongly recommend that you change any identical passwords that you may be using elsewhere.

NVIDIA does not request sensitive information by email. Do not provide personal, financial or sensitive information (including new passwords) in response to any email purporting to be sent by an NVIDIA employee or representative.

Check back on NVIDIA Developer Zone for updates.

Funny that I recived this letter less than in half hour after this one:
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The following items have been modified for this Bug:
 - Status changed from "Open - Pending Review" to "Open - In Progress"

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Bug Information
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       Requester: Raistmer _
 Customer Bug ID:
   NVIDIA Bug ID: 1016375
            Date: 7/12/2012 4:32:44 PM
Company/Division: GPU Computing
        Severity: High
        Priority: 1 - High
        Synopsis: 100% CPU usage with OpenCL applications on new drivers
     Description: On most systems starting from 270.xx drivers OpenCL application requires free CPU core (it uses 100% CPU).
Ability to change synchronization mode via NV OpenCL extension could solve this problem
« Last Edit: 13 Jul 2012, 02:51:45 am by Raistmer »

 

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