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Tenable vulnerability study contradicts its own work

A vulnerability study by security outfit Tenable Research appears to discredit its own work by stating that the sample size it used for the study was not representative.

Russian nabbed for stealing bank funds by using trojan

Russian authorities have arrested a 32-year-old man who is accused of being the leader of a group that was stealing funds from Russian banks by using a trojan that runs on the Android mobile operating system.

Amazon Echo smart assistant caught spying on US woman

Amazon Echo smart assistants have received a great deal of puff in the media but the devices may be surreptitiously recording conversations and sending them to random people in the address book of a user, as was demonstrated in a US case this week.

Netgear advises firmware updates for routers hit by VPNFilter

Networking equipment maker Netgear has advised users of its routers to ensure they are running the latest firmware in the wake of reports that malware known as VPNFilter has infected nearly 500,000 devices in 54 countries.

Pure offers pay-by-use on-premises storage

Pure Storage's Evergreen Storage Service (ES2) provides customers with the option of paying for storage on the basis of gigabytes used.

Pure Storage reveals second AI-ready system

Following the announcement of its first Airi (AI-Ready Infrastructure) system earlier this year, Pure Storage has revealed a second, smaller model intended to make AI systems accessible to an even wider audience.

Pure FlashArray//X bridges DAS/NAS/SAN divide

Pure Storage says its new FlashArray//X series provides higher performance at the same cost per effective gigabyte as the previous FlashArray//M series, and is suited to all types of workloads.

Proofpoint uncovers new cryptocurrency scam

Cyber security firm Proofpoint has uncovered a new cryptocurrency giveaway scam targeting ethereum and bitcoin, which it says uses emails and Twitter to trick victims into providing a small payment in exchange for a much larger payout, or return payment.

China Mobile expands global business with Japan office

China Mobile's wholly-owned subsidiary China Mobile International has opened an office in Japan as part of its "big connectivity" strategy and stated ambition to globalise its business to meet increasing global demands in data consumption.

FBI seizes control server for malware affecting routers

The FBI has used a court order to gain control of a domain that served as an emergency back-up for a piece of malware known as VPNFilter, making it possible for infected network devices to now reboot and avoid loading the second and third stage of the malware.

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