By ZDNet Staff
| August 20, 2007 -- 23:53 GMT (16:53 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
New ransomware poses as games and software to trick you into downloading it
Cisco discloses arbitrary execution in SD-WAN Solution and Webex
Networking giant reveals 23 security issues hitting products including SD-WAN Solution, Webex, and small business routers.
US Senators fear Chinese-made metro rail cars could be used for surveillance
US Senators want Washington Metro to block a Chinese state-owned company from providing subway cars.
Chrome API update will kill a bunch of other extensions, not just ad blockers
Chrome extensions for antivirus products, parental control enforcement, and various privacy-enhancing services also affected.
My Health Record accounts reach 6.45m as opt-out deadline draws near
From next Thursday, a record will be automatically created for those who have not opted out of the Australian government's online medical file.
Australian government gives Amazon Web Services protected level certification
The cloud giant can now store highly sensitive workloads for Australian government entities.
Europol arrests UK man for stealing €10 million worth of IOTA cryptocurrency
Suspect operated the iotaseed.io portal that generated and secretly logged passwords for IOTA wallets.
Bitcoin blues: This is how much cyptocurrency was stolen last year
Hackers targeting bitcoin, monero and other cryptocurrencies made a lot of money from hacking exchanges, businesses and consumers last year.
New ransomware strain is locking up Bitcoin mining rigs in China
Ransomware threatens to overheat and destroy mining rigs if victims don't infect 1,000 other devices or don't pay a 10 Bitcoin ransom.