OWC launches 'fastest' Atlas USB4 CFexpress card reader in Japan
OWC launches the Atlas USB4 CFexpress Type B memory card reader, reported to be the sector's fastest, promising transfer speeds over 3300MB/s and improved user efficiency.
eBPF Foundation & Linux reveal comprehensive study on eBPF's impact
eBPF Foundation and Linux Foundation Research unveil their joint report, 'The State of eBPF', divulging the revolutionary impact of eBPF technology on kernel development and application delivery.
Fleet revises open-source platform for unified device management
Fleet revises its open-source device management platform, set to simplify IT support, consolidating Linux, Apple and Windows devices, and reducing reliance on proprietary platforms such as Jamf, Intune, MobileIron and Workspace ONE.
Venafi launches solution to combat software supply chain attacks
Venafi has unveiled the Stop Unauthorized Code Solution, designed to bolster enterprise security against software supply chain attacks by preventing unauthorised code in any operating system.
Kaspersky discovers dual-threat NKAbuse malware in Latin America and Vietnam
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky uncovers a new potent malware, NKAbuse, exploiting the NKN technology to launch twin threats as a flooder and a backdoor/RAT, with victims emerging in Colombia, Mexico, and Vietnam.
ESET uncovers malicious Python projects spreading via PyPI
ESET Research has discovered a series of malicious Python projects distributed via PyPI repository, introducing a customised backdoor into Windows, Linux systems, and stealing personal data.
Hands-on review: Logitech Waves Keys ergonomic keyboard
The Logitech Wave Keys ergonomic keyboard delivers comfort and functionality, offering quiet typing, wireless versatility, and a unique wave-like design that eases wrist strain. .
Kaspersky uncovers FakeSG, Akira and AMOS as latest cyber threats
Kaspersky reveals FakeSG, Akira, and AMOS as latest cross-platform cyber threats, highlighting the need for constant vigilance.
Cloudbrink extends mobile OS support in drive for remote working
Cloudbrink extends its secure access service to Android, iOS, and Chromebook, boosting mobile support for remote work.
Veeam unveils 'radical resilience' update for stronger enterprise data protection
Veeam launches update to bolster enterprise data safeguarding with 'radical resilience' against ransomware attacks and cyber threats.
Canonical joins RISC-V Software Ecosystem to boost open-source support
Ubuntu's parent company Canonical joins RISC-V Software Ecosystem, aiming to fast-track open-source support for RISC-V computing.
Ho Chi Minh City's healthcare bolsters patient care with digital system
Ho Chi Minh City's healthcare department improves patient care by deploying TrueConf's digital communication system.
Seagate unveils latest offering with the Nytro 4350 NVMe SSD
Seagate has launched the Nytro 4350 NVMe SSD, promising reliable performance and efficient power consumption for data centres.
ExpressVPN unveils Keys, its new password manager in security toolkit expansion
ExpressVPN branches into wider security tools, unveiling its new password manager, Keys, for a safer and more secure online experience.
ExpressVPN pioneers post-quantum protection in VPN industry
ExpressVPN has launched post-quantum protection in its VPN protocol, defending against future quantum computing threats.
ExpressVPN adds new features and expands services for improved user experience
ExpressVPN enhances user experience with new features including ad and adult-site blockers, expanding its server reach to 105 countries.
Severe 'Looney Tunables' security flaw found in some Linux editions
Major security flaw, 'Looney Tunables', detected in glibc, threatens Linux distributions, urgent patch recommended.
How plaintext visibility eliminates blind spots across virtual, cloud and containers
Encryption is nearly ubiquitous in today’s networks, delivering on the ‘C’ of the CIA triad (confidentiality) by frustrating the theft of meaningful data.
ERA unveils a network-attached storage solution called POLUS
POLUS is a turn-key solution offering an attractive combination of easy implementation, advanced architecture scalability and configurability.
Delinea’s new updates reduce backdoor threats on servers
New authentication methods for active directory, Linux, and Unix with high availability for multifactor authentication enforcement improve security.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux now on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
The certified configurations of OCI Compute resources can now run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, giving customers choices in the distributed cloud environment.
BeyondTrust adds privilege management capabilities to Linux
It will now protect Linux by enforcing the least privilege policies across servers and workstations and provide a unified visual search experience.
DH2i DxEnterprise earns Red Hat OpenShift Certification
DxEnterprise is a containerized solution supported on Red Hat OpenShift and Enterprise Linux, which delivers applications across various cloud environments.
Up to 85% off for various lifetime storage plans from pCloud
Talking about Lifetime, pCloud has just started their Black Friday Promo and you can get a one-time payment plan with up to 85% discount.