DreamHost smashed in DDoS attack: Who’s to blame? Take a guess… The US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has narrowly approved an $8.5m Google payout for privacy violations following a lengthy argument over who should receive the money. Despite the class …
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National Security Adviser Bolton said that the order covered not … Adobe also patched, issuing a new version of its Flash Player, and SAP has […]SAP Patches Critical Vulnerability in BusinessObjects
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“The company doesn’t want to risk Spectre and Meltdown turning into a fiasco like 1994’s Pentium floating point bug,” he said … Until recently, it […]Five Network and Security Trends You Can Expect this Year
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