BT to set up cyber security centre in Sydney A multi-million-dollar cyber security research and development centre will be set up in Sydney by British telco BT, the NSW Government has announced.
Kaspersky says Harvey Norman ban its own business Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has reacted to reports that Australian retailer Harvey Norman will no longer be selling its products by saying it respects the…
Undocumented Word feature allows collection of software info An undocumented feature in Microsoft Word allows malicious attackers to collect information about the operating system and versions of software on the computer of a…
Avast's CCleaner software used to spread malware Malicious attackers have been using CCleaner, a popular application that allows Windows users to perform routine maintenance on their systems and has been downloaded more…
Warning: scam targets Spotify users Spotify users have been targeted by a new scam doing the rounds which attempts to steal personal identity information.
More flaws found in D-Link routers, exploit code released Close on the heels of news about flaws in the D-Link 850L wireless AC1200 dual-band gigabit routers, hardware security outfit Embedi has revealed details of…
Million-dollar bounty offered for Tor exploits An exploit vendor has offered a bounty of US$1 million for zero-day exploits that target the Tor browser on Tails Linux and Windows.
Microsoft patches Office flaw used to spread spyware Microsoft has issued a patch to fix a flaw in its Office suite that was being used to spread spyware known as FINSPY.
Struts flaw may have been entry point for Equifax breach Attackers who caused the data leak at American credit information provider Equifax, that led to the details of about 143 million being made public, are…
Bluetooth flaws leave billions of devices open to attacks Researchers at IoT security firm Armis say they have found eight flaws in the Bluetooth protocol that can be used to attack devices running Android,…

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