A well-known researcher from security outfit Chronicle Security has questioned why tech and mainstream media have given blanket coverage to research by the US/Israeli firm Cybereason, which detailed intrusions into a number of telecommunications firms by a Chinese group known as APT10, when the research did not provide any indicators of compromise or accounts from victims.
The principle of the presumption of innocence is well-known: that a person, who is accused of something, is presumed innocent until proven guilty. But that does not seem to hold for the head of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky, or the company he heads. And particularly when the accuser is an American.
Processor manufacturer AMD has issued its first detailed statement on the flaws which were claimed last week to be in some of its product lines by the previously unknown Israeli firm CTS Labs.
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