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

Big tech companies team up for new interconnect standard

Big tech companies team up for new interconnect standard

Compute Express Link products to appear in 2021.
Mar 12 2019 7:23AM
Iranian hackers raid Citrix's enterprise network

Iranian hackers raid Citrix's enterprise network

Australian parliament hackers gain remote access.
Mar 11 2019 12:27AM
Google says Chrome on Windows combo zero-day exploited in the wild

Google says Chrome on Windows combo zero-day exploited in the wild

Full details of Chrome bug not yet revealed.
Mar 7 2019 11:44AM
Patch now against exploited ColdFusion zero-day

Patch now against exploited ColdFusion zero-day

Lets attackers run arbitrary code.
Mar 5 2019 10:10AM
USB and Thunderbolt to converge

USB and Thunderbolt to converge

One peripheral port to connect them all.
Mar 5 2019 6:35AM
Quadriga crypto currency exchange cold wallets found empty

Quadriga crypto currency exchange cold wallets found empty

Plot thickens as EY find no funds.
Mar 3 2019 11:32PM
Aust fibre subscriptions up 70 percent in three years

Aust fibre subscriptions up 70 percent in three years

Well above OECD average.
Mar 1 2019 6:50AM
Thunderbolt vulnerabilities leave computers wide open

Thunderbolt vulnerabilities leave computers wide open

Careful what you plug into that USB-C connector.
Feb 27 2019 9:45AM
Stolen Bitcoin returned to cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex

Stolen Bitcoin returned to cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex

Fraction of lost amount handed back by US government.
Feb 26 2019 6:35AM
Use DNS security extensions to foil ongoing attacks: ICANN

Use DNS security extensions to foil ongoing attacks: ICANN

DNSSEC deployment remains low despite clear and present danger.
Feb 23 2019 11:55AM
Entrust Datacard buys Thales HSM business

Entrust Datacard buys Thales HSM business

Value of deal not disclosed.
Feb 23 2019 10:15AM
Splunk pulls out of Russia

Splunk pulls out of Russia

Cites "shifting priorities"
Feb 20 2019 7:27AM
Vocus eyes FTTP unbundling with Vodafone NZ

Vocus eyes FTTP unbundling with Vodafone NZ

Up to 10Gbps service by 2020 if the price is right.
Feb 14 2019 11:41AM
Phishers compromise Optus email accounts

Phishers compromise Optus email accounts

Beware malware-laden missives.
Feb 14 2019 6:51AM
Patch Wednesday plugs actively exploited IE zero-day

Patch Wednesday plugs actively exploited IE zero-day

"PrivExchange" flaw fixed too after proof-of-concept published.
Feb 13 2019 11:51AM
Swiss government invites public to find holes in e-voting system

Swiss government invites public to find holes in e-voting system

Up to 50,000 Swiss francs bug bounties.
Feb 8 2019 10:38AM
Cisco wants privacy to be a fundamental human right

Cisco wants privacy to be a fundamental human right

New laws needed to protect people.
Feb 8 2019 9:48AM
Over 59,000 data breaches stretch GDPR watchdogs

Over 59,000 data breaches stretch GDPR watchdogs

Only 91 fines imposed under strict new privacy regulation so far.
Feb 7 2019 12:19PM
Remote Desktop clients analysed and found vulnerable

Remote Desktop clients analysed and found vulnerable

Microsoft shown to handle its own, complicated RDP well.
Feb 7 2019 7:10AM
Bunnings exposed staff performance database

Bunnings exposed staff performance database

Individual staffer did unwanted homework.
Feb 6 2019 2:38PM

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