American cyber security company FireEye says it has identified a killswitch which will stop malware that was planted in the Orion network monitoring software, made by the Texas firm SolarWinds, from operating under certain conditions.
US mobile carriers have rejected a smartphone “kill switch” that would disable a phone as soon as its stolen, with government officials accusing companies of “shaking down” customers for billions of dollars in insurance costs.
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