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Details emerge about 2013 Microsoft vulnerability database hack

More than four years after Microsoft's internal bug-tracking database was hacked, details have emerged about the incident, only the second known break-in of such a database, via five ex-workers.

OVH: how to choose your data centre SSDs and NVMes wisely

French-owned global cloud computing company, OVH, has been in the news several times this year, from buying VMWare's vCloud Air business, to supporting start-ups, issuing an SSD and NVMe white paper and even holding its 2017 Cloud Summit as I type.

Win big: Brother turns 40th, gives resellers chance at major rewards

Your favourite tech reseller is presumably set to let you know about Brother's range of products as the company offers resellers a chance at winning adrenaline-pumping thrilling rewards.

Reckon selects TidyStock for SMB inventory management

Australian cloud accounting provider Reckon has inked a deal with Tidy International to integrate its cloud-based stock and inventory management system, TidyStock, into Reckon One.

McAfee offers users advice after WPA2 crack report

While the flaw in the WPA2 protocol reported overnight compromises wireless networks, point-to-point encryption between devices and websites or applications should still be secure, a senior technology professional says.

PaaS and SaaS driving digital transformation in Australian organisations

The appetite for Platforms and Software as a service are growing in Australian organisations, with digital transformation pressures driving software investments

Google parent Alphabet testing drone delivery in ACT, NSW

Project Wing, an initiative of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is testing the ability of its drone technology to make deliveries directly to residences on the border of the ACT and NSW.

Netgear's 'industry first' network remote management tool delivers insight

Netgear's new Insight Management App promises to "eliminate complexity with instantaneous one-touch network discovery, set-up, monitoring and management of WiFi access points, switches and storage." 

Kaspersky finds Flash zero-day delivers FinSpy malware

A new Adobe Flash zero-day exploit that works through a Microsoft Office document and delivers the latest version of the FinSpy malware as its final payload has been identified by security vendor Kaspersky Lab.

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