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Researcher sells Poloniex flaw info after 60-day wait

A security researcher who claims to have managed to bypass two-factor authentication on the website of the US-based digital asset exchange Poloniex says he sold the vulnerability information after waiting for more than 60 days for the company to react after being informed.

Researcher finds Marcus Hutchins' code that was used in malware

A security researcher says code has been discovered that was written by British hacker Marcus Hutchins that was apparently "borrowed" by the creator of the banking trojan Kronos.

Sydney team makes advance in charging zinc-air batteries

Researchers at the University of Sydney have come up with a solution to one of the main hurdles preventing zinc-air batteries from being used in electronic devices instead of lithium-ion batteries.

Telstra takes big hit to revenue, profits in 2017

Telstra has seen a big drop in both its revenue and profits for the financial year 2017 compared to the previous year, according to full-year results released today.

HBO arm leaks episode of Game of Thrones

Another episode of season seven of the popular Game of Thrones TV series has leaked on the Web, with a division of HBO, the owner, being responsible for the initial leak.

Maersk says Windows ransomware attack may cost it US$300m

The container shipping company A.P. Moller–Maersk Group expects that a Windows ransomware attack it suffered in June will cost it between US$200 million and US$300 million.

VIDEO: Samsung to stream Coldplay live in Virtual Reality

Want to stick on a Samsung Gear VR headset and attend a Coldplay concert so your visual cortex delivers a head full of dreams? Then your dreams have come true!

Pivotel acquires Global Marine Network to speed up satellite data and lower costs

As part of an accelerated push into the satellite data comms market, with faster satellite and mobile Internet for consumers, Pivotel’s latest pivotal move is an acquisition.

NBN: Bill Morrow should hang head in 12Mbps of shame

COMMENT Former prime minister Kevin Rudd first spoke of a 12Mbps NBN back in 2007, which even then wasn’t that fast, so to still have 29% of Australians stuck on 12Mbps in 2017 is shameful.

Moonhack cracks world record, goes global with Code Club Aussie kids help

Code Club Australia’s coding initiative, Moonhack, backed by the Telstra Foundation, has gone global, breaking last year’s record with 28,575 kids from 56 countries participating in the annual around-the-world coding event.

Telstra: Samsung Galaxy Books with 2 free gifts of Multiport adapter, Staedtler pen

As telcos continue morphing into electronics stores, Telstra has launched Samsung’s new Windows 10-powered Galaxy Book 2-in-1 tablet in both 10.6 and 12-inch sizes, outright or on a plan with two free gifts.

Optus seals reseller deal on NBN services

Optus Wholesale has partnered with telecommunications systems and solutions provider BTB Australia in an exclusive National Broadband Network reseller agreement.

Ciena on board with Sydney Trains contract

Sydney Trains has selected Ciena’s 6500 Packet-Optical Platform in a move aimed at mproving public services across its transport system with a faster, low latency and reliable data network.

Brad Jones Racing picks Acer for tech

Supercars team Brad Jones Racing has entered into a technical partnership with Acer.

FULL VIDEO: ‘Game of Phones’ as Vodafone’s new customer-friendly plans smash competitors

Seeking to strike a death blow to competitors while breathing new life into customer friendliness, service, choice, payment plans and value, Vodafone seeks true victory in the Game of Phones – the Voda-throne.

ICT architects Australia’s top earners: SEEK

ICT architects are the top salary earners across Australia, according to the latest report on jobs and salaries from SEEK.

Telcos can make NBN speed problem disappear, insists Tasmanian ISP

The head of a Tasmanian retail service provider has taken issue with statements made by Robin Eckermann, an adjunct professor at Canberra University, about CVC pricing and its impact on prices for NBN packages.

Get rich or die trying: lone attacker hits hundreds of companies

A lone attacker in Nigeria has been found to be responsible for a wave of relatively unsophisticated intrusion attempts into about 4000 companies worldwide.

Backdoor found in NetSarang software used for secure connections

Attackers have managed to penetrate the defences of a company named NetSarang and install a backdoor in its software which is used to manage servers and networks.

Siemens makes $135m grant to Swinburne Institute of Technology

German technology company Siemens has announced what it says is the biggest software grant in Australia, a $135 million industrial software grant to the Swinburne Institute of Technology to support training, education and higher degrees through research.

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