By ZDNet Staff
| March 31, 2009 -- 00:55 GMT (17:55 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
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The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Audio recording is now disabled by default in OpenBSD
OpenBSD 6.4 also ships with Meltdown, Spectre v2, SpectreRSB, L1FT, and Lazy FPU mitigations.
Tim Cook calls for Bloomberg to retract controversial chip story
Apple's chief executive is hoping Bloomberg will "do the right thing" and formally retract its Chinese spy chip story.
Kaspersky says it detected infections with DarkPulsar, alleged NSA malware
Victims located in Russia, Iran, and Egypt; related to nuclear energy, telecommunications, IT, aerospace, and R&D.
Password and credit card-stealing Azorult malware adds new tricks
Malware can now steal more types of cryptocurrecny and comes with other updates, likely in response to a free version being leaked online.
Google warns Apple: Missing bugs in your security bulletins are 'disincentive to patch'
Google's Project Zero has again called Apple out for silently patching flaws.
Presidential race in Brazil marred by WhatsApp scandal
Frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro is involved in accusations over illegal campaigning tactics using the messaging service.
Windows 10 will banish Spectre slowdowns with Google's Retpoline patch
Google's Retpoline fix for the Spectre Variant 2 flaw helps minimize performance hit on Windows 10 machines.
DJI website's 'Get the app on Google Play' directs users elsewhere
Opinion: At best it's an oversight, at worst it's placing user security and privacy at serious risk.
Australians made over 19K privacy principle enquiries in 2017-18
2,947 privacy complaints were also received by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.