- Linux Foundation announces Sigstore Project for software signing
- Opt-out if you don't want T-Mobile to sell your web-browsing data
- Four U.S. Senators want 100Mbps to be the broadband standard
- Is Rust a safer programming language?
- Google tells victims experiencing harassment to take medical leave
- Windows 10 update crashes when printing
- 'DearCry' ransomware already targeting Exchange servers
- A flaw in VMware found, what should you look out for?
- David Canellos, President and CEO of Ericom on how can Zero Trust work in a remote working world?
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- Linux Foundation Debuts Sigstore Project for Software Signing
- T-Mobile will sell your web-usage data to advertisers unless you opt out
- 100Mbps uploads and downloads should be US broadband standard, senators say
- Can a Programming Language Reduce Vulnerabilities?
- Google tells harassment victims to take “medical leave,” report finds
- Blue Screen of the day—update crashes Windows 10 PCs on print
- Microsoft Reports 'DearCry' Ransomware Targeting Exchange Servers
- Code-execution flaw in VMware has a severity rating of 9.8 out of 10