Truck-to-truck worm could infect – and disrupt – entire US commercial fleet [Fri Mar 22 2024]

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Truck-to-truck worm could infect – and disrupt – entire US commercial fleet

The device that makes it possible is required in all American big rigs, and has poor security

 

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Why France this week fined Google €250M over web news

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Truck-to-truck worm could infect – and disrupt – entire US commercial fleet

The device that makes it possible is required in all American big rigs, and has poor security

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FBI v the bots: Feds urge denial-of-service defense after critical infrastructure alert

You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, they're telling you why

Microsoft faces bipartisan criticism for alleged censorship on Bing in China

Redmond says it does what it's told, but still thinks users are better off

Congress votes unanimously to ban brokers selling American data to enemies

At least we can all agree on something

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Yacht dealer to the stars attacked by Rhysida ransomware gang

MarineMax may be in choppy waters after 'stolen data' given million-dollar price tag

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UK council won't say whether two-week 'cyber incident' impacted resident data

Security experts insist ransomware is involved but Leicester zips its lips

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Exposed: Chinese smartphone farms that run thousands of barebones mobes to do crime

Operators pack twenty phones into a chassis – then rack 'em and stack 'em ready to do evil

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It's 2024 and North Korea's Kimsuky gang is exploiting Windows Help files

New infostealer may indicate a shift in tactics – and maybe targets too, beyond Asia

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Rules still unclear for Microsoft users making potentially costly decisions on enterprise applications

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Spawn of Citrix and Tibco 'no longer able to support the community edition of JasperReports Server'

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Uncle Sam, 15 US states launch antitrust war on Apple

Lawsuit alleges iGiant rips off fans, stifles dev innovation, makes it tough to dump iOS for rivals

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Meta, Microsoft, X, Match pledge selves to Epic battle against Apple App Store

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SAP users aren't keen on upping spending right now

Cloud and upgrade conversions remain steady if sluggish, according to ERP spending bellwether DSAG

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Euro-cloud consortium CISPE calls for investigation of Broadcom

Claims members will be bankrupted by new VMware licensing regime, and vital services disrupted

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ServiceNow goes to Washington DC, with a suitcase full of AI

Claims the tech has brought 38 percent improvement to its own dev cycle time

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World's first Neuralink patient enjoying online chess, long Civ 6 sessions

While excited by the implant, Noland Arbaugh says it's not perfect and there's still work to be done

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