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Buy now pay later provider Laybuy suspends services and payments; not a security issue, founder says
14th Jun 24, 2:43pm
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Buy now pay later provider Laybuy suspends services and payments; not a security issue, founder says
Phishing emails sent via Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint sharing invitations from trusted contacts used to lure Kiwi victims
13th Jun 24, 10:53am
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Phishing emails sent via Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint sharing invitations from trusted contacts used to lure Kiwi victims
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How the Recall Windows feature overshadowed a PC launch, and became a cause célèbre
9th Jun 24, 1:43pm
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How the Recall Windows feature overshadowed a PC launch, and became a cause célèbre
China turns to private hackers as it cracks down on online activists on Tiananmen Square anniversary
4th Jun 24, 9:27am
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China turns to private hackers as it cracks down on online activists on Tiananmen Square anniversary
Customers of cloud provider Snowflake hit by infostealer malware; Ticketmaster and Banco Santander confirm data taken
3rd Jun 24, 1:37pm
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Customers of cloud provider Snowflake hit by infostealer malware; Ticketmaster and Banco Santander confirm data taken
Destructive 'Chalubo' RAT used to permanently disable 600,000 routers with malware last year
1st Jun 24, 9:40am
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Destructive 'Chalubo' RAT used to permanently disable 600,000 routers with malware last year
Single parameter left blank by Google caused Aussie superannuation fund's cloud subscription to expire and be automatically deleted
27th May 24, 10:50am
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Single parameter left blank by Google caused Aussie superannuation fund's cloud subscription to expire and be automatically deleted
Robert Patman looks at three possible reasons New Zealand is taking so long to make a call on AUKUS
11th May 24, 9:21am
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Robert Patman looks at three possible reasons New Zealand is taking so long to make a call on AUKUS
Thousands of obsolete EFTPOS terminals still in use as network cut-off date approaches
6th May 24, 10:13am
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Thousands of obsolete EFTPOS terminals still in use as network cut-off date approaches
Revenge of the unpaid developers sees details of a million NSW club punters leak on the web
3rd May 24, 2:24pm
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Revenge of the unpaid developers sees details of a million NSW club punters leak on the web
Yes, use a password manager for internet banking
3rd May 24, 12:00pm
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Yes, use a password manager for internet banking
Researchers moot standard for easier management of user privacy online
2nd May 24, 9:36am
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Researchers moot standard for easier management of user privacy online
Cybersecurity researchers spotlight a new ransomware threat – be careful where you upload files
29th Apr 24, 2:13pm
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Cybersecurity researchers spotlight a new ransomware threat – be careful where you upload files
LabHost phishing-as-a-service platform targeted thousands, with NZers allegedly involved
19th Apr 24, 9:11am
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LabHost phishing-as-a-service platform targeted thousands, with NZers allegedly involved
Juha Saarinen talks about software supply chain attacks on Radio New Zealand
16th Apr 24, 12:38pm
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Juha Saarinen talks about software supply chain attacks on Radio New Zealand
Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
14th Apr 24, 7:20pm
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Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
Supermarkets court controversy with error-prone and racist facial recognition tech, argues Juha Saarinen
13th Apr 24, 1:16pm
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Supermarkets court controversy with error-prone and racist facial recognition tech, argues Juha Saarinen
The electronic warfare threat to phone networks: GPS jamming
12th Apr 24, 2:08pm
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The electronic warfare threat to phone networks: GPS jamming
Google catches up with Apple, adds Find My Device for Android
10th Apr 24, 9:09am
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Google catches up with Apple, adds Find My Device for Android
An anonymous coder nearly hacked a big chunk of the internet. How worried should we be?
5th Apr 24, 3:47pm
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An anonymous coder nearly hacked a big chunk of the internet. How worried should we be?
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Maybe it wasn't a good idea to train users to divulge their Internet banking credentials to third parties?
26th Mar 24, 1:23pm
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Maybe it wasn't a good idea to train users to divulge their Internet banking credentials to third parties?
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UK and US sanction Chinese state-sponsored hackers said to have breached Britain's Electoral Commission and parliament e-mails
26th Mar 24, 10:33am
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UK and US sanction Chinese state-sponsored hackers said to have breached Britain's Electoral Commission and parliament e-mails
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Spook watchdog raps GCSB over the knuckles for hosting foreign SIGINT hardware without minister's knowledge for years
21st Mar 24, 3:45pm
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Spook watchdog raps GCSB over the knuckles for hosting foreign SIGINT hardware without minister's knowledge for years
Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
3rd Mar 24, 6:00am
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Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
MFA, or multi-factor authentication, has become easier to use and you should secure your digital life with it, Juha Saarinen says
21st Feb 24, 11:41am
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MFA, or multi-factor authentication, has become easier to use and you should secure your digital life with it, Juha Saarinen says