Day: June 5, 2018

Toshiba sells its PC unit to Sharp in $36 million deal – CNET

It could signal Sharp’s return to the PC market. …read more Source:: CNet

Financial Services Organizations Face More Sophisticated Threats Than Others

With companies in the financial sector getting better at blocking ordinary threats, attackers have begun going after them with more sophisticated malware, Lastline says. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Dust, not alien megastructures, likely behind weird dimming of ‘Tabby’s Star’ – CNET

New research finds the ‘weirdest star in the galaxy’ might not be nearly as weird as the clouds of dust that obscure it. …read more Source:: CNet

Jordan Peele gets in with Amazon for first-look TV deal – CNET

Peele and Amazon are already working on shows about Nazi hunters and Lorena Bobbitt. …read more Source:: CNet

10 Saudi women get driver’s licenses before nationwide ban lifted – Roadshow

These history-making Saudi women exchanged foreign licenses for Saudi ones before the ban is lifted on June 24. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook’s Lip Sync Live asks, So you think you can lip-sync? – CNET

Your friends can tune in while you belt one out. …read more Source:: CNet

MyHeritage DNA testing service left 92M users’ data on outside server – CNET

The stolen data includes email addresses and hashed passwords. …read more Source:: CNet

ZTE will reportedly pay total of $1.7B to lift US Commerce Department ban – CNET

The Chinese smartphone maker may be back in business, thanks in part to President Donald Trump. …read more Source:: CNet

CrowdStrike Launches $1 Million Security Breach Warranty

Covers all costs of a data breach that occurs within the systems protected by its EPP Complete endpoint security service. …read more Source:: DarkReading

92 million accounts for DNA testing site MyHeritage found online

The company announced the exposure revealed email addresses and hashed passwords. …read more Source:: ZDNet