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Top dollar for exploits targeting encrypted messaging apps

Exploit vendor Zerodium has added new categories to its payout list, with sums of half a million dollars (US) on offer for fully functioning weaponised exploits against Signal, WhatsApp, Telegram and other encrypted messaging apps.

Vocus says Australia Singapore Cable ahead of schedule

Vocus Telecommunications has confirmed that its Australia Singapore Cable will be completed ahead of schedule.

ExtraHop brings real-time threat detection to Australia

Real-time analytics vendor ExtraHop has announced its machine-learning service, Addy, is now available in Australia.

Organisations are seeking more flexible and available infrastructure

IT organisations are doing more at the same time than they used to, Pure Storage ANZ country manager Mike Sakalas observes.

Vocus revenue rises, chairman to quit at AGM

Vocus Telecommunications has recorded revenue of $1.82 billion for the full year 2017, with underlying net profit after tax coming in at $152.3 million.

Zerto releases new version of virtual replication software

Disaster recovery software provider Zerto has released version 5.5 of its virtual replication software, with new features being bi-directional replication on Azure and faster recovery on Amazon's cloud.

SUSE 'unperturbed' by expansion of Red Hat-Microsoft deal

Germany-based SUSE Linux, the second biggest Linux and open source vendor, is apparently not overly perturbed by the fact that Red Hat has expanded its partnership with Microsoft, this time to containers.

Android users' privacy put at risk by Igexin ad network

An advertising software development kit known as Igexin, that allowed spying through the use of malicious plugins, has been found in more than 500 apps on the Google Play store.

New malware targets gamers on Windows systems

Slovakian security firm ESET has discovered malware called Joao which attacks gamers who are using Windows and playing online games from the company Aeria Games.

Microsoft, Red Hat expand alliance to containers

Red Hat and Microsoft have expanded an alliance which was first announced about two years ago, with plans to help organisations more easily adopt the use of containers.

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