+ Australian organisations targeted by Aoqin Dragon hackers for a decade; HTTP/3 becomes a standard, at last; and more

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Tuesday June 14, 2022

  Latest News  

Microsoft won't fix 'Dogwalk' zero-day from 2020

By Juha Saarinen

Microsoft Diagnostics Tools bug re-awakens.

Australian organisations targeted by Aoqin Dragon hackers for a decade

By Juha Saarinen

Telcos, governments, and academia spied upon by Chinese threat actor.

HTTP/3 becomes a standard, at last

By Richard Chirgwin

Faster traffic, more encryption.

US agencies accuse China of attacking telcos and network providers

By Juha Saarinen

Admins leave too many vulns unpatched, say NSA, CISA and FBI.

IBM workflow analysis software beset by bugs

By Richard Chirgwin

One product, 57 vulnerabilities.

Cyber basics still beyond fed gov as Essential Eight mandate looms

By Justin Hendry

Audit finds most controls "still significantly below" requirement.

Apple defeats class action over Meltdown, Spectre vulns

By Jonathan Stempel

Judge dismisses class action lawsuit.

icare still waiting on leaked workers' comp data to be deleted

By Justin Hendry

A month after privacy breach affecting 193,000 people.

UTS to create secure research hub at Tech Central

By Justin Hendry

In response to growing demand from industry, gov.

  Most Read  

HTTP/3 becomes a standard, at last

CSIRO's Data61 Transport Team members join EY

Digital birth certificate holds key to ID verification problem: Dominello

NBN Co opens FTTC-to-FTTP upgrade offer to 160,000 premises

Australian Unity sets up new group technology function

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