Slovakian security firm ESET has discovered a vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips made by Broadcom and Cypress that results in the changing of an encryption key to a string of zeroes when encrypting part of a user's communications.
A vulnerability in the Siemens Digsi 4 protocol, which allowed a denial-of-service attack against the company's SIPROTEC 4 protection relays, was discovered recently by the Israeli security outfit Claroty and fixed in co-ordination with Siemens.
Global IT security vendor ESET has appointed 30 year IT industry veteran Kelly Johnson as country manager for Australia.
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