Ubiquiti, a maker of wireless LAN and WiFi routers and access points, has filed a case against former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs, who publishes a security blog, alleging that he falsely accused the company of "covering up" a cyberattack by intentionally misleading customers about "a so-called data breach and subsequent blackmail attempt in violation of US federal law and SEC regulations".
An ex-employee of the wireless data communication and wired products maker Ubiquiti has been arrested and charged with data theft and a bid to extort his employer while he masqueraded as a whistleblower and anonymous attacker, the US Department of Justice says.
Wagga Wagga-based connectivity solutions provider Zetifi has won an American award for its new technology that has been developed to solve connectivity problems in places where there is limited broadband access and little, or no, mobile coverage.
Researchers have discovered that malware dubbed VPNFilter affects many more brands of routers than first thought, adding six more names to the list they enumerated on 23 May. They have also found that it can deliver exploits to endpoints.
A test of 19 different Wi-Fi APs ‘stressed to their limits in a variety of different scenarios’ revealed ‘dramatic differences between competitive suppliers’, putting Ruckus on top.
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