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Joomla! LDAP injection bug patched

A longstanding bug in the Joomla! content management system, which allowed the takeover of a site by exploiting a vulnerability in the login page, has been patched by the project.

Equifax systems were breached in March: report

The systems of American credit information provider Equifax were breached back in March, according to a confidential note sent by the company to some customers.

CCleaner malware targeted big tech companies: claim

The malware that attackers sought to spread through infecting the popular CCleaner utility appears to have been targeting high-profile tech targets, according to analysis by Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group.

AirTrunk expands with new Sydney data centre

Data centre specialist AirTrunk has unveiled a new facility in Western Sydney as part of its wider growth strategy for the Asia Pacific region.

Olympus benefits big-time from BMC's Remedyforce

Olympus Australia has dramatically improved the responsiveness of its IT operations by adopting BMC Remedyforce ITSM system.

Polycom releases new conference phones to mark anniversary

American video, voice and content collaboration company Polycom has released new models of its conferencing phones to mark the 25th anniversary of the release of its three-legged conference phone.

Open source tool claimed to automate Web application development

Open source development tools provider DRUD Tech has released DDEV Community, a tool that can automate workflows and Web application development with content management systems like Drupal and WordPress.

Viacom business data left exposed in AWS bucket

Security firm UpGuard says it found an exposed cache of data belonging to Fortune 500 firm Viacom in an Amazon Web Services S3 cloud storage bucket. Included in the data was the company's secret cloud keys.

Tibco brings Live Apps onshore

Integration and analytics provider Tibco now offers its recently launched Tibco Cloud Live Apps along with Tibco Cloud Integration from AWS Sydney.

Users affected by CCleaner malware now at 730,000, company claims

Senior officials from Czech cyber security company Avast claims that the number of users affected by malware spread through CCleaner, a popular application that allows Windows users to perform routine maintenance on their systems, is now down to 730,000.

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