America is pushing too hard on too many fronts in the Trans Pacific Partnership treaty negotiations, making it unlikely the treaty will be finalised this year, according to a new round of leaked documents from the recent Salt Lake City meetings.
The latest leaks, posted at Wikileaks, reveal how deeply unpopular some of America's most treasured TPP positions are.
Australians interested in knowing just what's going to be in the controversial Trans Pacific Partnership agreement will have to hope someone leaks the latest text, with the government resisting last week's Senate order to produce the documents.
According to Fairfax, the government says the treaty text will only be made public after it's been signed.
Oh Samsung, you tried to have a YouTube video pulled after it showed a Galaxy S4 that caught fire while charging but this is about to blow up in your PR and legal teams face after you sent a ‘hush’ document to the user.
On any given day cybercriminals and nation states are in possession of as many as 100 zero-day software exploits known only to them, NSS Labs has calculated using the commercial vulnerability market as a baseline.
NSS Labs research director Dr. Stefan Frei reached this startling conclusion after studying at up to ten years’ worth of software vulnerability data from the two firms that pioneered the market for purchasing flaws from researchers, iDefense (which started its program in 2002) and TippingPoint (which started in 2005 and is now owned by Hewlett-Packard).
In the wake of the huge password breach where sites such as Facebook and Yahoo! were compromised, Microsoft developers have released a tool to curb the issue of account hacking.
Experimental project Telepathwords detects how risky passcodes are by predicting your password setting habits. The engine utilises a collection of passwords in its database along with an AI to make accurate predictions.
Common passwords which were made public as a result of security breaches alongside common password-selection behaviours such as “123456” are also easily predicted by the program.