Webcam, SSD and other hi-tech products on sale on Monclick!

Webcam, SSD and other hi-tech products on sale on Monclick!


After having a look at the best daily offers from Amazon, eBay and Mediaworld, we would like to point out a new and interesting initiative, this time promoted by the well-known Monclick portal where, as you will see, you can buy many hi-tech products such as printers, routers, webcams, with prices cut up to 50%! The promotion, net of any adjustments, will end on May 31st.

As usual for the portal, the list of promoted products is particularly long and varied but, among the various offers available, we point out the dedicated one to the Logitech C930E Webcam, available now for € 117.99 instead of € 169.90, following a sound 31% discount from the manufacturer's recommended price. This is an article suitable for the professional field, in particular it allows you to participate in video meetings with excellent quality, 1080p at 30 fps. Thanks to RightLight 2 technology and a high-precision lens, this camera allows you to record images with optimal quality, without blur even with the zoom.

The Logitech C930E also includes two integrated omnidirectional microphones, which ensure incoming audio with maximum clarity up to one meter away, which is why conversations will be clear, under any circumstances. For the safety of the office and home, this item also includes a flip-up lens cover to protect the lens. Finally, with the dedicated application (available on both Windows and Mac) you can customize settings such as pan, zoom and image controls.

In short, such a product will certainly be able to increase productivity in smart-working. That said, before moving on to our selection, we advise you to consult the promotion page at the following address, so that you can find the best offer for your needs. We also remind you to follow us on Telegram, to our four channels dedicated to Offers, Hardware & Tech, Clothing and Sports and Chinese products. Happy shopping!

Our product selection

Logitech C930E Webcam | € 117.99 (€ 169.99) Logitech Conference-cam connect webcam | 425,99 € (465,99 €) Avm Fritz Router! Box 7530 | € 139.90 (€ 149.90) Logitech Brio Webcam - 4K UltraHD | € 203.99 (€ 291.99) Acer R271 27 ″ Monitor - LED, FullHD | 170,00 € TP-LINK m7200 Mobile Hotspot Router - 4G LTE | € 49.90 (€ 59.90) Western Digital Wd RED SA500 SSD - 1 TB | 133,98 € (200,98 €) TP-LINK Archer VR1210v Router - Wireless 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz, 4G | € 89.99 (€ 119.99) Western Digital WD RED SA500 SSD - 2 TB | 296,98 € (414,98 €)

Offers still available

Brondi Energy 4G | € 62.99 (€ 89.99) Brondi Window | € 28.79 (€ 38.79) Brondi Magnum 3 | 44,95 € (53,99 €) Brondi Amico N ° Uno | € 57.99 (€ 80.99) Saiet Magnum | € 48.99 (€ 54.99) Saiet Like ST-MC 10 | 33,72 € (40,72 €) Saiet Vista | € 58.99 (€ 79.99) Alcatel Alcatel 3026 | 55,76 € (83,76 €) Bose Quiet Comfort 35II Black Headphones | 258,90 € (349,90 €) Philips 70 ″ Smart TV PUS8535 Ambilight | 889,90 € (1,199,90 €) Candy CHW6BR4WX hob - 4 cooking zones | 148,90 € (249,90 €) Rowenta Air Force 360 ​​cordless vacuum cleaner RH9036WO | 256,90 € (449,90 €) Kaercher FC5 scrubbing machine | 169,90 € (269,90 €) Trailed vacuum cleaner Hoover KHROSS KS50PET | € 106.99 (€ 179.90)

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macOS Devices At Risk Of Malware Accessing Webcam, Keystrokes Through Zero-Day Bug

Researchers have identified malware that takes advantage of the zero-day vulnerability to bypass the macOS security and access microphone, webcam and keystrokes without the need for a user's permission.

On May 24, Jamf, a security provider for Apple enterprise users, said the newly-identified malware uses zero-day vulnerability to access macOS applications that normally require a user’s consent. In a blog post, the security provider confirmed that XCSSET, a piece of malware discovered by security firm Trend Micro in 2020, is launching an attack against macOS devices.

Through what Trend Micro calls the Supply chain attack, XCSSET infects the XCode a free tool that Apple releases for macOS and Apple OS developers that write applications, Ars Technica reported.

Developers unknowingly distribute the malware to their users through the infected development projects. The malware infects a macOS device and continues its attack through two zero-day vulnerabilities.

The attacker uses the first bug to gain access to the victim’s logins such as account names and passwords. The attack is carried out by stealing saved cookies from the Safari browser.

The attacker takes advantage of the second zero-day vulnerability by installing a development version of Safari. Hackers use this to virtually spy on any website.

The intrusion does not end there. Jamf revealed the presence of a third zero-day vulnerability that hackers use as a platform to launch another assault.

The malware injects malicious code into legitimate apps making it undetectable under the radar. This allows the malware to access the macOS webcam, microphone, record the screen as well as the keystrokes.

The at-risk group includes macOS users using Zoom, WhatsApp, Slack and other applications that usually grant screen-sharing permissions. Upon injecting malicious codes into the said legitimate apps, the malware can piggyback on them to gain access across macOS.

It creates a new app bundle along with the donor app with a new certificate. The certificate makes it bypass the built-in security defenses in macOS.

Jamf Protect sees this as a considerable privacy concern for end-users. The researchers also warned that although the attack is aimed at capturing screenshots of a macOS desktop, hackers could also take advantage of the bug to capture banking transaction passwords and credit card numbers.

Apple reportedly rolled out an update to patch the bug with macOS 11.4, Tech Crunch reported.

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