Day: February 17, 2021

Windows, Linux Devices Hijacked In Two-Year Cryptojacking Campaign

The WatchDog malware has flown under the radar for two years in what researchers call one of the ‘largest’ Monero cryptojacking attacks ever. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Hush, little lamb. You can own the Silence of the Lambs in 4K for $8 – CNET

The 2-film collection is also available in HD for $10. …read more Source:: CNet

Twilio delivers strong Q4 results, revenue climbs 65%

Twilio says it now has 221,000 active customer accounts, up from 179,000 at the end of 2019. …read more Source:: ZDNet

TikTok bandwidth provider Fastly’s shares sag as Q4 revenue, forecast mostly in line with Wall Street estimates

The company touted strong wins among enterprise customers. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Ford Plans for All Cars Sold in Europe To Be Electric by 2030

Ford has pledged that all of its cars on sale in Europe will be electric by 2030, in the latest move by the world’s biggest auto manufacturers to set out plans to move away from polluting internal combustion engines before looming bans on fossil-fuel vehicles across the world. From a report: The US car giant…

Kia Faces $20M DoppelPaymer Ransomware Attack

Kia Motors America this week experienced a nationwide IT outage; now, reports indicate the company was hit with ransomware. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Netflix’s Cecil Hotel is an irresponsible, bloated mess – CNET

It’s dull, drawn out and potentially dangerous. …read more Source:: CNet

Trello moved ‘Facelift’ card to Completed on Go Live board

New views, card types, and branding as 10th anniversary nears Australian dev tools supplier Atlassian has unveiled a new look and new views for its Kanban-bothering application, Trello.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

PS5 restock: When to expect the console to appear at Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, Amazon, Target and more – CNET

The PlayStation 5 has been out of stock for over three months. Here’s when and where to expect more to arrive at retailers. …read more Source:: CNet

You’ve got millions of open-source software components to choose from… and so do cybercriminals

Just who is running your favourite project these days? Sponsored In November 2020, the JavaScript registry npm flashed a security advisory that a library called twilio-npm harboured malicious code which could backdoor any machine it was downloaded to. Perhaps the most troubling aspect of this tale is that this was the seventh such malicious package…