A cryptojacking campaign, dubbed Beapy, which is primarily affecting enterprises in China, has been revealed by one security firm which has cautioned that the campaign “acts as a warning” to Australian enterprises to implement measures to guard against the threat.
World-renowned security technologist Bruce Schneier may not have intended it, but he has provided the answer to those who are demanding that industry provide governments with a means to break encryption.
Will the adoption of the Federal Government's encryption bill make life online safer for the average citizen and guard against the growth of child pornography and terrorism? No. On the contrary, passing this bill into law will only help those who are involved in these activities to thrive.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.