Nine vulnerabilities in Microsoft products were among the top 15 routinely exploited flaws in 2021 listed by government security agencies in the Five Eyes countries.
McAfee Enterprise and FireEye have come together to create a resilient digital world as Trellix, and the new company’s first research report has come out. It reveals the magnitude of the Log4j vulnerability which dominated headlines and the focus of security teams and defenders alike - along with other insights into security issues in the third quarter of 2021. The report is a fascinating - and deeply sobering - read.
A serious vulnerability in the Log4j Java-based logging library is affecting many enterprise applications and cloud services.
Secure Code Warriors integrates real-world coding simulations into its enterprise learning solution to aid developers in levelling up their secure coding skills.
The Apache HTTP Server Project has been forced to issue fresh fixes for a critical bug which was originally thought to affect only version 2.4.49 and fixed last Thursday.
Proof-of-concept exploit code has been released on the internet to take advantage of a directory path traversal flaw in version 2.4.49 of the well-known Apache Web server software.
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.
Trend Micro has issued an update on its claims about Erebus ransomware infecting Linux servers, but has this time taken care to list numerous sources that could be a possible attack vector.
The first Apache Hadoop Summit in the Asia-Pacific region will be held in Melbourne at the Crown Conference Centre on 31 August and 1 September.
Enterprise infrastructure software provider Accelerite has inked an agreement to acquire Citrix CloudPlatform, powered by Apache CloudStack and CloudPortal Business Manager.
A little over two years ago, the first disclosures about the massive surveillance operation being carried out by the NSA were made in the Guardian, thanks to an intrepid contractor named Edward Snowden.
Top-ranked Apache Hadoop distribution MapR today announced a new initiative to integrate Apache Drill, which provides instant, self-service data exploration across multiple data sources, with Apache Spark, the in-memory processing framework that provides speed, programming ease and real-time processing advantages.
ERPAL for Service Providers is the world's first open source ERP built on Drupal, a popular content management system.
Akamai's Prolexic security operation says Linux malware has been implicated in DDoS attacks.
A new version of Parallels Plesk Panel will arrive later this month, making it easier for service providers' customers to create web sites that are more mobile-friendly.
Following last month's donation of the CloudStack platform to the Apache Software Foundation, Citrix has announced CloudPlatform, a fully-supported product based on CloudStack with other Citrix software components.
Citrix has released CloudStack 3 under the Apache licence as a move towards making it part of the Apache stack. The company has also become a platinum sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation.
HP has revealed the timetable for the release of webOS under an open source licence. Open webOS 1.0 is scheduled to appear in September.
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Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(