A fixed patch and new flaws in Microsoft software, a security update from Apple Computer and a promise of safer browsing with IE 7 or GreenBorder. Join Joris Evers and Robert Vamosi for this week's Security Bites.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 30, 2006 -- 01:30 GMT (18:30 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
Key takeaways from damning UK report on Facebook’s world of “digital gangsters”
The committee report on fake news and data misuse says Facebook maximizes revenue “at all costs” -- even when the cost is user privacy and trust.
Nine telcos had no metadata interception plan by mid-2018: ACMA
Australia has a challenge of scaling defence capabilities for large cyber attacks
Major General Marcus Thompson says Australia's ability to scale its defence capabilities when it comes to the crunch is what keeps him up at night.
Cyber blitzkrieg replaces cyber Pearl Harbor
Australian political parties also hit by state actor in parliamentary network attack: PM
Almost 300,000 Australians cancelled their My Health Record by mid-November
Although the government would not reveal the latest opt-out numbers, it did reveal where people have cancelled an existing My Health Record.
Hacker puts up for sale third round of hacked databases on the Dark Web
Hacker is selling 93 million user records from eight companies, including GfyCat.
Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers
Google changes stance on upcoming Chrome Manifest V3 changes as benchmark shows they lied about performance hit.
Unisys plans consulting push in Latin America
The company wants to accelerate local strategy by providing direction to clients as regulatory and compliance requirements increase.