Microsoft software has once again proved to be the weak link and opened the path for cyber attacks, this time to the US Treasury Department and an entity that deals with Internet and telco policy. The network management software SolarWinds appears to have opened the door for other agencies to be attacked.
Microsoft's Windows operating system is the target of a massive majority of the malicious software that abounds these days. And it has adopted the same strategy for avoiding blame as it did with the problem of viruses and worms: presenting itself as part of the solution, not the problem.
Multiple Microsoft 365 services have gone offline on Tuesday (AEDT) with users unable to gain access, the company says in a health status report. Later, the company said it had fixed the issue, without offering any detail as to what had caused the whole thing to collapse.
The Murdoch led LNP is talking crap again. The Murdochracy are out again asking the Government for something for nothing[…]
They're bluffing. The potential losses to Google far outweighs the pittance they will be asked to pay. Call their bluff!
Duck Duck Go.Google is an evil empire.
No, Australian politics is a truth-free zone thank you very much!
Lol I thought Japan already banned Huawei according to western media sources? They must be terribly disappointed now.Also in your[…]