By ZDNet Staff
| August 22, 2010 -- 23:00 GMT (16:00 PDT)
| Topic: Security
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How Amazon Web Services runs security at a global scale
AWS CISO told ZDNet that security is job zero for the cloud behemoth.
Firefox 64 released with a Windows-like task manager
Firefox 64 also comes with support for multi-tab selections and final distrust of all Symantec SSL certificates.
Merry Christmas, Labor: Dutton baulks at encryption Bill changes
Peter Dutton has indicated that the federal government will not accept all of the Labor opposition's proposed changes to its new encryption laws.
US border agents aren't deleting travelers' data after device searches
Huawei CFO granted bail in Canada as China detains Canadian
A Canadian court has granted bail to Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou after her arrest in Vancouver on behalf of US authorities.
For the fourth month in a row, Microsoft patches Windows zero-day used in the wild
Microsoft also fixes 38 other security bugs, 9 of which are rated "Critical."
Google's Pichai says people know how much Android snoops (really?)
Opinion: In his Congressional testimony, Google's CEO answers questions like an engineer. It's not persuasive.
Android malware steals money from PayPal accounts while users watch helpless
Android trojan waits for users to enter PayPal credentials and two-factor security code before triggering money transfers.
Super Micro says external security audit found no evidence of backdoor chips
Super Micro sends a letter to customers with the results of a third-party security audit.