Juha Saarinen

Juha Saarinen has been covering the technology sector since the mid-1990s for publications around the world. He has been writing for iTnews since 2010 and also contributes to the New Zealand Herald, the Guardian and Wired's Threat Level section. He is based in Auckland, New Zealand. Google

Recent articles by Juha Saarinen

Michael Malone to chair Superloop

Michael Malone to chair Superloop

Slattery takes chief exec role.
Jun 23 2017 6:50AM
Microsoft defends Windows antivirus after Kaspersky complaint

Microsoft defends Windows antivirus after Kaspersky complaint

Admits to disabling some AV for compatibility reasons.
Jun 21 2017 7:30AM
Ongoing Skype connection problems after alleged DDoS

Ongoing Skype connection problems after alleged DDoS

Europe hardest hit.
Jun 21 2017 7:00AM
Ancient memory handling flaw haunts BSD, Linux

Ancient memory handling flaw haunts BSD, Linux

Vulnerable to "Stack Clash".
Jun 20 2017 9:45AM
Trump campaign data firms leak info on 200m US voters

Trump campaign data firms leak info on 200m US voters

Over a terabyte of data open in the cloud.
Jun 20 2017 6:50AM
ACCC seeks volunteers for broadband speed monitoring

ACCC seeks volunteers for broadband speed monitoring

Underperforming service providers in the cross hairs.
Jun 19 2017 7:11AM
Ex-DTA chief Shetler lands at Stone & Chalk

Ex-DTA chief Shetler lands at Stone & Chalk

To advise on new economy.
Jun 17 2017 2:55PM
Aussies leaving lots of insecure ports open to attackers

Aussies leaving lots of insecure ports open to attackers

Firewall off those SMB and database servers.
Jun 16 2017 11:05AM
Apple iOS 11: what we know so far

Apple iOS 11: what we know so far

More changes than you think in upcoming mobile OS.
Jun 16 2017 11:00AM
CIA hacked wi-fi router firmware to spy on users

CIA hacked wi-fi router firmware to spy on users

"CherryBlossom" program documents leaked.
Jun 16 2017 9:45AM
US warns against North Korean 'Hidden Cobra' hackers

US warns against North Korean 'Hidden Cobra' hackers

Patch vulnerable Flash and Silverlight installations now.
Jun 14 2017 10:20AM
Melbourne, Edith Cowan unis to host Australia's first cyber training centres

Melbourne, Edith Cowan unis to host Australia's first cyber training centres

Govt hands over nearly $2 million.
Jun 14 2017 8:21AM
Microsoft patches older Windows against nation-state attacks

Microsoft patches older Windows against nation-state attacks

NSA-derived malware similar to WannaCrypt lurking in the wings.
Jun 14 2017 6:45AM
VoLTE can be abused to track and spoof users

VoLTE can be abused to track and spoof users

Rooted Android phone and a SIM is all that's required.
Jun 13 2017 12:00PM
Modular malware menaces mains grids

Modular malware menaces mains grids

"Industroyer/CrashOverride" behind Ukraine power outage.
Jun 13 2017 6:39AM
Businesses stockpile Bitcoin for ransomware payments

Businesses stockpile Bitcoin for ransomware payments

Survey suggests UK organisations will cough up.
Jun 8 2017 6:45AM
Hackers abuse low-level management feature for invisible backdoor

Hackers abuse low-level management feature for invisible backdoor

Intel's AMT used as malware comms channel.
Jun 8 2017 6:40AM
Data61 casts doubt over blockchain future in Australia

Data61 casts doubt over blockchain future in Australia

More research needed to make sure hyped tech will work as intended.
Jun 7 2017 11:30AM
Amazon, Mozilla and others join net neutrality protest

Amazon, Mozilla and others join net neutrality protest

Fear big cable companies will hold customers hostage.
Jun 7 2017 6:47AM
Microsoft sunsets Skype for TVs, older Windows devices

Microsoft sunsets Skype for TVs, older Windows devices

Users won't be able to sign in after July.
Jun 6 2017 9:55AM

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