Cyber criminals, who used the Windows Nefilim ransomware to attack the appliance maker Fisher & Paykel earlier this year, have released a third tranche of documents, stolen from the company during the incident, on the dark web.
Russian security firm Kaspersky claims to have found a number of suspicious UEFI images, based on the leaked source code of the Italian firm Hacking Team, containing a malicious implant that could be used place a malicious update on a Windows system.
When Drini Mulla started an engineering company in Melbourne in 1999 along with two of his friends, he didn't think it would become as big as it has. A chip designer, he has always operated on the principle that as he was an engineer and ran an engineering company, having a big public profile would never be a necessity.
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