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WEEKLY SECURITY WRAP

Tuesday March 5, 2019

  Latest News  

ACSC to deploy protective DNS service for govt, critical infrastructure

By Justin Hendry

Initially for up to 15 Aussie organisations.

Thunderbolt vulnerabilities leave computers wide open

By Juha Saarinen

Careful what you plug into that USB-C connector.

Quadriga crypto currency exchange cold wallets found empty

By Juha Saarinen

Plot thickens as EY find no funds.

ThoughtWorks raises anti-encryption compo as distrust swirls

By Ry Crozier

Who shoulders full potential financial burden of the laws?

Patch now against exploited ColdFusion zero-day

By Juha Saarinen

Lets attackers run arbitrary code.

Coinhive to shut its in-browser cryptocurrency miner

By Ry Crozier

Unlikely to be missed, given its history.

Merkel seeking no-spy deal with China over Huawei issue - report

By Staff Writer

Cites security sources.

Huawei CFO sues Canada over December arrest

By Staff Writers

Alleges violation of constitutional rights.

Huawei plans billions in dividends for staff despite row with US

By Sijia Jiang

Three percent rise to boost morale as it battles US drive against its gear.

Canada approves Huawei extradition proceedings, China seethes

By David Ljunggren

Furious reaction.

Huawei units plead not guilty to US trade secret theft

By Staff Writer

Trial date set for March 2020.

Europe calls for facts not fears in Huawei row

By Jack Stubbs

Brushing off US calls for a ban on Chinese vendors.

Thailand passes internet security law decried as 'cyber martial law'

By Patpicha Tanakasempipat

Military-appointed parliament gives sweeping powers to state cyber agencies.

  Most Read  

Thunderbolt vulnerabilities leave computers wide open

Commonwealth Bank quietly rolls over Telstra’s $1bn, 10-year deal

NBN Co Sky Muster knocked offline by software update

FastMail loses customers, faces calls to move over anti-encryption laws

Quadriga crypto currency exchange cold wallets found empty

 
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