Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has opened its first data processing unit and transparency centre in Zurich and has announced that from 13 November, all malicious and suspicious content encountered by users of its products in Europe will be processed in the Swiss city.
Researchers from security outfit Kaspersky Lab say they have found about 50 systems infected by the DarkPulsar malware, part of the NSA exploits which were dumped online by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers in 2017.
It has taken just three days for the Bloomberg claims about China spying on US firms through the implant of chips on server mainboards sold by the US firm, Supermicro, to lose most of their sheen.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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