Category Archive: internet

New 'Bad Rabbit' ransomware attack spreading across Europe
  • 8
    Nov

New ‘Bad Rabbit’ ransomware attack spreading across Europe

Following in the footsteps of WannaCry and Petya, a new strain of ransomware is now making its way across Russia and Europe. A new ransomware attack is now spreading across Europe in an outbreak that carries echoes of the WannaCry...

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6 best IoT simulators for PC
  • 7
    Nov

6 best IoT simulators for PC

IoT simulators allow you to design, create and test IoT apps and devices without actually using real IoT boards. If you’re looking for an IoT simulator but you can’t decide which one to get, read this article to learn what...

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Man sick of waiting for the NBN builds his own broadband network
  • 31
    Oct

Man sick of waiting for the NBN builds his own broadband network

A man has built a broadband network to rival the NBN because he was sick of waiting for it to reach his regional Queensland town..... Bundaberg man Luke Baker teamed up with friends to make their own rival network called...

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What is the Year 2038 Problem all about? Is it like Y2K?
  • 30
    Oct

What is the Year 2038 Problem all about? Is it like Y2K?

Seventeen years after the concerns raised by the Y2K bug across the globe; the world is now worried about a new problem. This is called the Year 2038 Problem, and there is a lot of confusion around this problem. People...

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Vaccine, not Killswitch, Found for Petya (NotPetya) Ransomware Outbreak
  • 28
    Jun

Vaccine, not Killswitch, Found for Petya (NotPetya) Ransomware Outbreak

Cybereason security researcher Amit Serper has found a way to prevent the Petya (NotPetya/SortaPetya/Petna) ransomware from infecting computers. The ransomware has been wreaking havoc across the globe today, locking hard drive MFT and MBR sections and preventing computers from booting....

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Big data is already a $46 billion market, but you ain't seen nothin' yet
  • 11
    Sep

Big data is already a $46 billion market, but you ain’t seen nothin’ yet

Big data has been a big buzzword for more than a few years already, and it's got some solid numbers to back that up, including US$46 billion in 2016 revenue for vendors of related products and services. But the big...

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Kaspersky NoRansom page lists Ransomware Decryption Tools
  • 2
    Sep

Kaspersky NoRansom page lists Ransomware Decryption Tools

Ransomware remains as one of the most brutal infection among the malware family that locks your computer or encrypts your files. What more, once infected you cannot get your data back unless you pay a ransom. Even if you decide...

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Supercomputer superheroes attempt to autonomously find, plug software holes, for cash
  • 25
    Aug

Supercomputer superheroes attempt to autonomously find, plug software holes, for cash

Seven supercomputers competed in a contest to find software vulnerabilities Giant refrigerator-sized supercomputers battled each other on Thursday in a virtual contest to show that machines can find software vulnerabilities. The result: the supercomputers time and time again detected simulated...

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Best ransomware decrypt tools for Windows 10
  • 23
    Aug

Best ransomware decrypt tools for Windows 10

Ransomware is probably the worst kind of malware than can infect your computer. This type of malware will encrypt and lock your files, and the only way to get access to them is to pay the ransom to the hacker....

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Census: ABS website not attacked or hacked, Michael McCormack says
  • 10
    Aug

Census: ABS website not attacked or hacked, Michael McCormack says

Census: ABS website not attacked or hacked, Michael McCormack says The minister responsible for the census has directly contradicted the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) by saying its website was not attacked on census night, despite confirming that the site...

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