+ Fallout from Equifax hack; Chrome to provide TLS interception warnings; and more

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Tuesday September 12, 2017

  Latest News  

Windows compatibility mode resurfaces old flaws

By Juha Saarinen

Think before applying feature to apps.

At least two dozen lawsuits filed against Equifax over breach

By Staff Writers

Numbers could still grow.

Chrome to provide TLS interception warnings

By Juha Saarinen

Former intern develops warning interstitial for browser.

Hacker steals thousands of student records from WA TAFE

By Allie Coyne

Remote access exploited.

Critical Apache Struts vulnerability menaces enterprises

By Juha Saarinen

Users advised to upgrade immediately.

Equifax hack potentially exposed 143 million consumers

By Staff Writers

One of the US' biggest breaches.

Microsoft won't patch Edge XSS vulnerability

By Juha Saarinen

Content security policy bypass is 'by design'.

Lenovo cops million-dollar penalty for Superfish debacle

By Staff Writer

Settles court case with US authorities.

Xero users targeted by info stealer malware

By Juha Saarinen

Sophisticated phishing attack.

ShadowBrokers release UNITEDRAKE NSA malware

By Juha Saarinen

Promise two data dumps a month.

US seeks to mandate anti-hacking defences for self-driving cars

By Juha Saarinen

SELF DRIVE Act passes lower house.

  Most Read  

Aussie internet pain after Asian subsea cables cut

Three thousand Bitcoin ATMs to launch across Australia

Australian researchers find new way to build quantum computers

NBN Co says it may not overbuild all FTTN

Inside the DTA's $6bn govt IT watchlist


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