The threat actor TA505 has begun distributing a new malware downloader known as AndroMut, the security firm Proofpoint claims, adding that this downloader pulls down a remote access trojan that it has called FlawedAmmyy.
Processor manufacturer Broadcom appears set to buy security firm Symantec in what looks to be a bid to increase the range of its business.
Vodafone has become the second British telco to switch on 5G services in the country, unveiling a service in seven cities on Wednesday and saying it plans to expand to 27 cities in total across Europe.
Australia's fourth largest telecommunications company, the Vocus Group, has announced that it will be simplifying its business into three independent business units.
With Apple the most profitable smartphone, tablet, computing and technology company around, lame claims that Apple is in trouble because it won't have a 5G phone this year should be hung up on.
Australian national broadband network builder NBN Co has denied that it has any plans to introduce a "Netflix tax" and charge increased rates for customers who stream videos.
New Zealand Justice Minister Andrew Little has accused search behemoth Google of "flipping the bird" at his country after it said it would not change its policies following the breach of a suppression order, and publishing the name of a 27-year-old Auckland man whose name has been suppressed in a prominent murder case.
Linius Technologies has entered into a Master Services Agreement with SportsHero Limited via their respective wholly-owned subsidiaries.
Technology devotees, data hackers and eco-engineers are taking part in a weekend long hackathon at Tech Fe(a)st in Brisbane when they will try to hack the problem of food waste by designing a prototype community composting system.
Digitalisation and automation are fundamentally changing the way people work and workforces that blend technology and talent could be the answer to Australia’s job market concerns, according to a new report.
Google Cloud servers in its us-east1 region were cut off from the rest of the world on Tuesday when fibre optic cables snapped, the company says.
The Australian national broadband network builder NBN Co has exceeded its connection targets for the financial year 2019, connecting more than 1.1 million premises in the three months to 27 June.
The Australian consumer watchdog has told customers of telco Singtel Optus to check whether they have been notified by the company about any refunds they may be entitled to in connection with its direct carrier billing third-party billing service.
Cyber security solutions for public cloud and as-a-service grew by 46% year-on-year for the first quarter of the current year, the analyst firm Canalys says.
Researchers at security outfit F5 Labs say they have found Golang-based malware that attacks Linux servers through a variety of methods.
Israel-based database infrastructure solutions provider RavenDB has launched a new RavenDB Cloud managed database service which is available on Microsoft's Azure and Amazon Web Services.
Data analytics company Fivecast has secured a $4 million investment from Main Sequence Ventures’ CSIRO Innovation Fund and the South Australian Venture Capital Fund.
Samsung chief executive D.J. Koh has admitted that he is to blame for the debacle of the folding smartphone Galaxy Fold, telling a media group in Seoul that he had pushed the project through.
A botched firewall ruleset deployment took down the content delivery network Cloudflare on Tuesday, generating 502 errors. It was caused by a huge spike in CPU utilisation on the company's network.
Internet service provider Spirit Telecom has paid $2.6 million to acquire Arinda IT in a move it says will expand its service offerings to the managed service provider sector.
and you are a mindless US-above-all faggot
Same here with enslaved EU I'm part of... jerk authorities.
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