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The affiliate of ransomware operator DarkSide, the Windows malware that was used to attack the US Colonial Pipeline Company, appears to have taken on a target that was outside the parameters set down by the operator, judging from a statement made by the operator on its site on the dark web.

Published in Security

Three days after it suffered a Windows ransomware attack, the Colonial Pipeline Company, which is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, appears to be slowly limping back to resuming operations, though many systems still remain shut.

Published in Security

An engineer in the city of Mysore in India claims he has found a way to reduce the carbon footprint of vehicle engines, using a relatively simple process for which he has obtained two US patents.

Published in Automotive

A comparison of the output of greenhouse gases by two vehicles — a Tesla Model 3 (electric) and a Toyota RAV4 (petrol) — by a team of academics at the University of Toronto has shown that the EV will generate 36 tons (32.6 tonnes) of such gases over the lifespan of a typical car — 200,000 miles (321,868 km) — while the RAV4 would output more than double that amount – 78 tons (70.8 tonnes).

Published in Automotive

The UK is expected to announce this week that it will bring forward its phasing out of the sale of new cars that run on petrol and diesel to 2030.

Published in Open Sauce

The only logical conclusion that one can draw from the latest inspired effort from the defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute — calling for ISPs to provide a clean Internet — is that the good people at this institute have been smoking some very strong stuff.

Published in Open Sauce

The cost of mobile phone and Internet charges are a big concern for many Australians, with charges for the services putting increased pressure on household budgets.

Published in Home Tech

Australia’s standard of living edged upwards in the second half of last year following two years of zero growth, with the modest rise in standards mainly due to “weak increases” in our cost of living due to lower petrol and household energy prices.

Published in Business Intelligence

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