Researchers from the CSIRO's Data61 digital arm say they have found that about half of the most popular websites are at risk of malicious activity because they depend on a number of third parties for ad provision, tracking and analytics services and content distribution networks.
After the successful launch of Australia’s first blockchain university short course, Developing Blockchain Strategy, RMIT Online has announced the launch of two additional blockchain courses that will provide students with a comprehensive overview of the technology, including the understanding of how to design blockchain infrastructure, to further their skills and learn how to think strategically about implementing a blockchain solution into the core of their businesses.
Well-known British security researcher Kevin Beaumont says the breach of the British operations of American multinational ticket sales and distribution company Ticketmaster, that has led to the possible leak of tens of thousands of credit card details, was caused by the incorrect placement of a single line of code.
A large-scale email scam imitating Energy Australia has been intercepted by email protection specialists MailGuard, with the company warning Australians to be alert.
A new scam email being sent out in large numbers and designed to look like an invoice created with MYOB, has been detected by security company MailGuard.
The Necurs email botnet has made a return and, apart from spreading new variants of the Locky ransomware and the Trickybot trojan, also has new functionality that gathers telemetry data from the Windows desktop of its victims.
Open-source web platform Meteor has disclosed a recently discovered vulnerability which can break MongoDB protections.
New Zealand based intelligent assistant software company MyWave wants to double the size of its Melbourne software development team.
While some of the new or revised features announced for OS X Yosemite seem to be there just for the sake of consistency with iOS, others appear to be genuinely useful.
TOR is the dark side of the Internet, the so-called dark web, which provides a safe haven to privacy advocates but is also where drugs, child pornography, assassins for hire and other weird and illegal activities can allegedly be traded. The FBI has made a massive dent in the TOR network, compromising half of all TOR sites.
Google's Meebo Bar publishing tool will be killed off on June 6, with the search giant saying it plans to focus on other projects like Google+.
Oracle has released Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile, part of the company's Fusion Middleware offering.
TechnologyOne is in the midst of a transition to the cloud, so it's looking for graduates with the right skills to help it with the journey.
Microsoft has rolled out a number of changes to its Windows Azure platform, including a "truly free" 90-day trial plus new price caps on large databases.
An agreement between SuccessFactors and VMware gives customers the ability to build applications on VMware's Cloud Foundry that use data from Employee Central and other SuccessFactors software.
Adobe today from its annual MAX conference announced a series of deals and new app releases, which would assist the company to migrate its services to the cloud.
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