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Shadow of War trailer showcases the Monsters of Mordor

J.R.R Tolkien dreamed up, or appropriated from other mythology, quite a bestiary during the creation of his Middle Earth canon.

Attackers break into Enigma digital investment firm

A cryptocurrency investment platform has been breached a few weeks before its planned initial coin offering, with the attackers making off with more than half a million US dollars worth of the digital currency Ethereum.

AccuWeather iOS app sends info to data monetisation firm: claim

A security researcher claims that the AccuWeather app for iOS leaks information to a third-party site, with GPS co-ordinates and router information among the data leaked.

Shadow still hangs over Drupal after top techie ousted

A little more than a month after the head of the Drupal content management system project, Dries Buytaert, made his last official statement about the sacking of Larry Garfield, a senior and well-respected member of the community, the matter still sits uncomfortably with an open-source project.

Reckon revamps portal for small business

Australian accounting software provider Reckon says it has revamped the login portal on Reckon One to create a more “intuitive, accessible and cleaner system” as part of a major upgrade of its flagship solution.

Contactless future looks bright for global PoS transactions

More than half of global transactions at PoS (Point of Sale) will be contactless within five years, a jump of 15% on this year, according to a newly published study.

Oracle allergy could be why Red Hat is dropping Btrfs

Open source software provider Red Hat has announced that it will be deprecating the Btrfs filesystem and removing it in a future major release of its enterprise Linux operating system.

New cryptocurrency miner malware infects Windows systems

Researchers at security firm Trend Micro say they have found a new cryptocurrency miner that operates as fileless malware, attacking Windows systems by using the EternalBlue exploit that powered the WannaCry ransomware in May.

Collingwood turns to Pure for player data storage

AFL club Collingwood is using a Pure Storage system for its player analytics.

ACCC warns consumers not to fall for NBN scams

Scammers who pretend to be from the NBN Co are duping people out of money, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has warned.

Comms Alliance blows hot and cold on ACCC broadband speed guidelines

The Communications Alliance has expressed some reservations about the competition watchdog's announcement of six principles of best practice in advertising broadband speeds.

Family violence victims to get leniency in telco bill payment

A change to the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code to improve safeguards for victims of domestic or family violence have been approved by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

Review – Seagate IronWolf Pro 10Tb

The perfect NAS drive has arrived. Reliability, speed, and capacity are all combined in Seagate's IronWolf Pro.

ACCAN welcomes ACCC’S broadband advertising guidance

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network has welcomed the ACCC’s guidance to retail service providers (RSPs) and says it “should help clear up the consumer confusion around broadband speeds.”

Official Star Wars Battlefront II Starfighter Assault trailer blasts into view

Looking almost better than any of the movies, the latest official Star Wars Battlefront II trailer has hit the inter-webs.   

‘World’s largest’ open source OpenStack cloud summit coming to Sydney this November

With thousands of delegates from over 50 countries coming to the OpenStack Summit 6-8 November 2017, the “future of open source cloud computing” will be “mapped” alongside talk of “multi-cloud strategies, cost savings and increasing agility".

Gentoo drops hardened kernel sources after Grsecurity move

The Gentoo Linux distribution has announced that it will be no longer incorporating kernel hardening patches from the Grsecurity project and hence will stop providing its own hardened kernel source.

ACCC toughens up on retailer advertised NBN speed claims

The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has moved to clarify for consumers the confusing issue of the speed of broadband services over the national broadband network they are actually buying, with the publication of much tougher advertising guidelines for retailers.

Vocus bidders drop out of the race

Vocus Telecommunications has announced that both the bids it received for an acquisition have been called off as the bidders were unable to commit to terms that were acceptable by its board.

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