Day: October 4, 2021

One Identity Acquires OneLogin to Boost Identity Security Portfolio

The combination of One Identity and OneLogin will provide customers with a unified identity security platform to manage identities and networks. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Windows 11 review: Familiar but fresh – CNET

A handful of new features keep Windows feeling fresh, but don’t stress if you can’t get the update on day one. …read more Source:: CNet

Globalfoundries files for IPO

Deal could vale chip maker at $25bn GlobalFoundries has filed for an initial public offering.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

The Tragedy of Safari 15 for Mac’s ‘Tabs’

John Gruber shares thoughts on the new ways tabs feel and function on Safari for Mac: From a usability perspective, every single thing about Safari 15’s tabs is a regression. Everything. It’s a tab design that can only please users who do not use tabs heavily; whereas the old tab design scaled gracefully from “I…

You can get a free DC x Palm NFT tomorrow. What to know about the digital tokens now – CNET

DC fans can get a rare Batman NFT for free. But what are NFTs? We’ll explain. …read more Source:: CNet

Hubble telescope captures galaxies locked in ‘a dangerous dance’ – CNET

The two galaxies could spend hundreds of millions of years slowly smooshing together. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook Outage Drags Down Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Oculus VR

They were all flat on their faces for hours on Monday, throwing off DNS error messages or other server-related errors. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Microsoft Releases Windows 11 a Day Early

Windows 11 is now officially available to download. While Microsoft is launching Windows 11-powered hardware worldwide on October 5th, the company has made the OS update available early for eligible devices in New Zealand and beyond. From a report: If you’ve purchased a Windows 10 machine recently, that means you should be able to upgrade…

Encrypted & Fileless Malware Sees Big Growth

An analysis of second-quarter malware trends shows that threats are becoming stealthier. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Oracle Appeal Over JEDI Contract Turned Away by Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court turned away a lingering appeal by Oracle stemming from its challenge to the now-scrapped $10 billion cloud-computing contract the Pentagon awarded to Microsoft in 2019. From a report: The rejection was a formality given the Defense Department’s decision in July to drop the contract and divide the work among multiple bidders,…