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  1. A newly found Android cryptomining botnet that uses a vulnerability to spread malware via SSH has InfoSec researchers alarmed.

    The post Android cryptomining botnet is the new bad kid on the block appeared first on TechGenix.

  2. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, no stranger to cybersecurity problems, found some outgoing email blocked after employees fell for a phishing attack.

    The post It’s not rocket science: NASA unit hobbled by amateurish phishing attack appeared first on TechGenix.

  3. Application programming interfaces are hot. Postman, a startup that built a full-fledged API development environment, has caught the eye of investors.

    The post Postman rides API-first wave to $50 million in new funding appeared first on TechGenix.

  4. Kubernetes is a hard problem to tackle, but there’s a community of developers to make it easier for us. Case-in-point: These 3 Kubernetes networking tools.

    The post Top 3 Kubernetes networking tools and how they work appeared first on TechGenix.

  5. Palo Alto Networks’ $410 million deal to buy Twistlock is all about cloud security and containers. What does the deal mean for the IT world?

    The post Palo Alto Networks buys Twistlock to boost its cloud security platform appeared first on TechGenix.

  6. Privacy-minded Android users have a lot to be excited about with the new Tor browser release. Here’s more about the browser with a link to download it.

    The post A win for privacy: Tor Project releases Android browser full version appeared first on TechGenix.

  7. Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is responsible for 500 million users, yet it made a rookie mistake: It didn’t renew its SSL certificate before it expired.

    The post Oops! LinkedIn reports ‘brief’ delay in renewing SSL certificate on time appeared first on TechGenix.

  8. Lenovo has unveiled a line of Windows 10 laptops aimed at small and medium-sized businesses. Here’s a look at the new ThinkBook devices.

    The post Lenovo ThinkBook line of laptops provides solutions for SMBs appeared first on TechGenix.

  9. With cyberattacks and data breaches increasing, Google is adding more cloud security to its G Suite and Google Cloud Platform.

    The post G Suite and Google Cloud Platform beef up cloud security appeared first on TechGenix.

  10. Shade ransomware, a particularly nasty bit of malware that had focused on Russian targets, is now a problem for the U.S. and other countries.

    The post Shade ransomware expands target list to U.S., India, and Canada appeared first on TechGenix.

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