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It should come as no surprise to learn that there is malware that targets ATMs. It makes perfect sense: ATMs run software, require connectivity and are stuffed with cash.
DCIM combines the more glamorous IT with physical assets, the oft-ignored, but vitally important “offensive linemen of the data center.”
A new cryptographic attack allows attackers to intercept data believed to be secure through TLS. The researchers who identified it have dubbed it ROBOT, an acronym for Return of Bleichenbacher’s Oracle Threat.
Technology was a focal point for one brief, shining moment during last night’s State of the Union address.
It’s about time Wi-Fi technology pulls its own weight. Isn’t it about time we ask Wi-Fi what else—other than connecting us to the world—it can do for us?
Organizations are using multicloud strategies far more than they’re utilizing a hybrid cloud model.
An ambitious, but apparently unoriginal, cybercrime gang is taking responsibility for a rash of malware attacks that began just prior to the Christmas holidays. They’ve named it Phobos, ostensibly taken from the name given to the personification of fear in Greek mythology.
Last week, the DHS issued an alert concerning repeated DNS hijacking attacks. Yesterday, it was significantly upgraded to an emergency directive due to a spate of recent DNS hijacking incidents that have originated in Iran.
A recent survey conducted by PCMag.com unveils that yes, indeed, the public definitely wants 5G, but they don’t really know why. That’s called good marketing.
“Collection #1” is one of the largest security breaches of all time and includes 773 million unique email accounts and almost 25 million associated passwords.