Instaclustr and the University of Canberra have entered into a partnership to help boost Australia’s job ready skills in the IT sector, with a new professional course launched to create Instaclustr-certified developers for Apache Kafka, along with free entry pathway available for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student.
The Apache HTTP Server project has fixed a local privilege escalation bug in the software which is the most widely to run Web servers on the Internet.
Security visibility, analytics and automation vendor Rapid7 says ASX 200 companies, on average, expose an attack surface of 29 servers or devices on the public Internet, with many exposing 200 or more.
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