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Dragonblood vulnerabilities disclosed in WiFi WPA3 standard

Logo: Mathy Vanhoef & Eyal Ronen // Composition: ZDNet Two security researchers disclosed details today about a group of vulnerabilities collectively referred to as Dragonblood that impact the WiFi Alliance’s recently launched WPA3 Wi-Fi security and authentication standard. If ever exploited, the vulnerabilities would allow an attacker within the range ...

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Telstra and Optus complaints jump: Comms Alliance

Telco complaints have grown from 6 per 10,000 services in operation (SIO) to 7.5 complaints in just one quarter, according to the latest quarterly report from the Australian Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) and Communications Alliance. Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone Australia all clocked in with higher complaints ratios — with Optus’ ...

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10 best free video streaming services for cord cutters

Streaming killed the Blu-Ray Samsung is discontinuing its Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray player lines. That’s lousy news for people who love older TV shows and movies. When cord-cutting became a thing, it was all about saving money. Today, cord-cutting costs are catching up with cable. Indeed, with Disney Plus coming, ...

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Spark copper voice services to be deregulated across New Zealand

The rise of fibre (Image: New Zealand Commerce Commission) With fibre and other new services now available across New Zealand, the nation’s regulator has made the draft decision to deregulate the resale copper voice services of carrier Spark. “Consumers are making the switch away from legacy copper-based voice services. Other ...

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Security: Europe's pushback against Chinese tech has only just begun

Hacking scheme to steal university research for military applications traced back to China Prominent names feature on the hacking list. Amid growing international suspicion about China’s tech companies, a new report suggests the Chinese government could be behind the theft of corporate secrets from chip-making equipment business ASML.  According to ...

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