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UK spies knew Hutchins likely to be arrested: report

British spy agency GCHQ was fully aware that US authorities were investigating security researcher Marcus Hutchins at the time when he went to the US to attend a security conference.

Four firms join hands to build mobile tower in Cadia

A new mobile tower is planned for the Cadia district in NSW with the funds to come from Optus, Newcrest Mining's Cadia Valley Operations, Infigen Energy and Huawei.

What's new in Office 365 this week?

This week's Office 365 announcements include enhanced sharing UIs across OneDrive and SharePoint, as well as unique mailNicknames in Office 365 groups.

Marcus Hutchins' code written long after Kronos: researcher

The security researcher, who claimed recently to have found code written by Briton Marcus Hutchins that was used in the Kronos banking trojan by a third party, now says this code predates both Hutchins and the unknown third party that used it in Kronos.

Chicago voter database left open on Amazon cloud

The entire database of 1.8 million Chicago voters was left open to all and sundry on an Amazon cloud-based storage site which was configured for public access.

Australian battery firm shifts production to Thailand

Australian battery manufacturer Redflow has decided to move the manufacturing headquarters for its zinc-bromine flow batteries from North America to Thailand.

Researcher claims encryption for Apple's Secure Enclave Processor cracked

A security researcher claims to have cracked the encryption used for Apple's Secure Enclave Processor firmware and has published a decryption key.

Edith Cowan scientists find cheap way to purify wastewater

A way of modifying the atomic structure of iron to create a metal that can remove impurities from water in a short time has been developed by scientists at the Edith Cowan University.

Vocus says it will take hit of $1.5b, warns of lower profit

Vocus Telecommunications has advised investors that it will take an impairment hit of $1.53 billion across its Australian and New Zealand operations and that its profit for the full year 2017 will fall short of guidance.

Tassie college hyperconverges onto HPE’s ‘future proof’ IT solution

With HPE suggesting its technology will be available well into the 24th century through last year’s Star Trek ads, it seems Scotch Oakburn College in Tasmania has seen proof of the future.

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