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  1. A DNS hijacking campaign hitting governments and agencies in the Middle East and North Africa is believed to be the work of a nation-state.

    The post ‘Sea Turtle’ DNS hijacking attacks believed to be state-sponsored appeared first on TechGenix.

  2. Azure Stack HCI is a new offering from Microsoft aimed at customers who run virtualized applications on modern hyperconverged infrastructure.

    The post Azure Stack HCI now available from Microsoft partners appeared first on TechGenix.

  3. AI has emerged as a disruptor in multiple markets and sectors, so it’s no surprise that investors are pouring money into these AI startups.

    The post Why these 6 hot AI startups are feeling the love from investors appeared first on TechGenix.

  4. Microsoft Teams is 2 years old, and Microsoft is celebrating by unveiling new and upcoming updates to improve usability across the platform.

    The post Microsoft Teams celebrates its second anniversary appeared first on TechGenix.

  5. Cisco has expanded its Stealthwatch platform to detect threats in encrypted and unencrypted traffic across multicloud environments and private networks.

    The post Cisco Stealthwatch detects threats in encrypted and unencrypted traffic appeared first on TechGenix.

  6. If you want to get a look at Windows Virtual Desktop, now you can. The platform, which has been in private preview, has been released in a public preview.

    The post Windows Virtual Desktop now available in public preview appeared first on TechGenix.

  7. Affected by the 2012 Zappos data breach? Don't worry, you still have a case against the retailer, according to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    The post Zappos appeal in data breach case zapped by Supreme Court appeared first on TechGenix.

  8. A large spike in UK e-commerce fraud should alarm security experts — as well as anyone who ever buys anything on the Internet.

    The post E-commerce fraud in UK increased significantly in 2018 appeared first on TechGenix.

  9. Google is not playing around with Stadia. The tech giant wants to disrupt gaming, and it has Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox in its sights.

    The post Game on! Google Stadia takes aim at PlayStation and Xbox appeared first on TechGenix.

  10. If you use the popular email client Thunderbird, put on your patching shoes. Parent company Mozilla has released fixes for multiple vulnerabilities.

    The post Mozilla patches critical vulnerabilities in Thunderbird appeared first on TechGenix.

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