Episode 547 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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  Microsoft agrees to change Windows 10 update after Kaspersky antitrust battle The two companies announced in independent blog posts this week that Microsoft has agreed to make changes to its Windows 10 Fall Creators update to satisfy allegations by … Read More

Episode 544 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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  RIP MS Paint: iconic doodling program to be retired this year The 32-year-old graphic-editing program is officially marked as deprecated, meaning it will still exist after the update but is no longer being actively updated and could be phased … Read More

Episode 542 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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  ASIC impersonated in “largest-scale” Australian malware outbreak in past year”: MailGuard The emails, purporting to be from ASIC, tell businesses their name is due for renewal and directs them to a link to download a renewal notice. This link … Read More

Episode 541 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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How ‘NotPetya’ cyber attack spread from Ukraine, and why it may still be a threat The Ukrainian software firm used to launch last week’s global cyber attack has warned that all computers sharing a network with its infected accounting software … Read More

Episode 540 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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  Unpatched systems caught in latest ransomware attack, two Aussie companies affected The latest global ransomware attack sweeping the world on Tuesday, just over a month after WannaCry, it would seem businesses are still unprepared for cyber attacks. Experts believe … Read More

Episode 538 – Aussie Tech Heads Shownotes

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    Apple Mac computers targeted by ransomware and spyware Mac users are being warned about new variants of malware that have been created specifically to target Apple computers. One is ransomware that encrypts data and demands payment before files … Read More

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