Beware! Criminal Networks Likely to Sell Fake Coronavirus Vaccines on Internet, Interpol Issues Global Alert


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Coronavirus Vaccine Latest Update: At a time when a number of companies are busy developing coronavirus vaccine for the deadly virus, the Interpol on Thursday warned law enforcement agencies across the globe that organised criminal networks could try to advertise and sell fake COVID-19 vaccines physically and on the internet.

Issuing an orange alert to all 194 member countries, the Lyon-based international police cooperation body warned agencies to prepare for potential criminal activity in relation to “the falsification, theft and illegal advertising of COVID-19 and flu vaccines”.

“It also includes examples of crimes where individuals have been advertising, selling and administering fake vaccines,” a statement from the Interpol said.

Notably, the Interpol issues an Orange notice to warn of an event, a person, an object or a process representing a serious and imminent threat to public safety. However, the CBI, which is the

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This critical software flaw is now being used to break into networks – so update fast

State-backed hackers and criminal gangs are now actively using a vulnerability in mobile device management (MDM) software to successfully gain access to networks across government, healthcare and other industries.

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued an alert warning that a number of groups are currently using a vulnerability in MDM software from MobileIron.

MDM systems allow system administrators to manage an organisation’s mobile devices from a central server, making them a valuable target for criminals or spies to break into.

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In June 2020, MobileIron released security updates to address several vulnerabilities in its products. This included CVE-2020-15505, a remote code execution vulnerability. This critical-rated vulnerability affects MobileIron Core and Connector products, and could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on a system.

The NCSC is aware that nation-state groups and cyber criminals “are now actively attempting to exploit this

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Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market to See Major Growth by 2026| Dell, Juniper Networks, Radware, Microsoft

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Nov 24, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
A new business intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2026 (Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread)” is designed covering micro level of analysis by manufacturers and key business segments. The Global Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market survey analysis offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings. The research is derived through primary and secondary statistics sources and it comprises both qualitative and quantitative detailing. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Red Hat, Dell, Juniper Networks, Radware, Microsoft, Wipro, Oracle, Brocade Communications Systems, Cisco Systems, IBM, Fujitsu, Nexenta Systems, Nokia, Amazon Web Services, Citrix Systems, Hitachi, NEC, VMware, Intel & HPE.

What’s keeping

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Extreme Networks to Train 50,000 New Cloud Networking Engineers for Advanced Careers in The Expanding Digital Economy

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Extreme Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXTR), a cloud-driven networking company, announced a new initiative to help anyone, anywhere looking to join or retrain in the technology industry: Extreme Academy Live. The eight-week training course will stream live for FREE starting December 3, teaching students the fundamentals of networking technology, wireless communication, and the Internet. Extreme Academy Live is accessible to all, giving students the opportunity to receive an industry certification and providing a valuable foundation for an exciting new career.

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Extreme also announced colleges and universities around the world, including Barnsley College, The Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, Gannon University, and the Santarém School of Management and Technology, as well as IT solution partners Netjer Networks and STEP CG, are now offering the Extreme Academy curriculum for technology-based careers via traditional and virtual training programs.

Key Facts:

  • The COVID-19
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Breakingviews – Gunmakers and social networks are due a defrocking

A 3D-printed Facebook logo are seen in front of displayed binary digits in this illustration taken, March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) – Guns and social networks have several things in common. Many people enjoy them responsibly, but in the wrong hands they’re dangerous. Yet both enjoy an unfair subsidy in the form of legal protections that shield them from the actions of their users. That can’t last forever.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter boss Jack Dorsey appeared before U.S. senators on Tuesday to justify censoring political speech. At issue is Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which broadly lets social networks off the hook for users’ posts, while also giving them the freedom to mark “objectionable” content. That law, which helped Facebook go from startup to $800 billion company, now effectively makes Zuckerberg and Dorsey arbiters of when content poses a danger to

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Cato Networks raises $131M to converge networking with cybersecurity

Cato Networks Inc. today said that it has closed a $131 million round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners at a pre-money valuation of $1 billion.

Tel Aviv-based Cato Networks competes in a market Gartner Inc. refers to as the secure access service edge or SASE segment. SASE platforms provide networking features that enterprises can use to transport data between locations such as offices and security features for protecting that data. This integrated approach eases infrastructure management because networking and security tasks historically had to be performed using different products, often from different suppliers.

Cato Networks’ SASE platform runs on a global network backend operated by the startup that consists of more than 50 so-called points of presence worldwide. Organizations can use the network to route data traffic among their cloud environments, data centers, offices and other sites. It also lends itself to supporting remote workers.

The platform’s cybersecurity layer, in

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Extreme Networks and Deutsche Telekom Launch a New Cloud-Driven LAN Service to Improve Network Capability and Flexibility

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Extreme Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTR), a cloud-driven networking company, today announced a strategic partnership with Deutsche Telekom to launch the next generation of Telekom’s managed net-based LAN service, NBLS 2.0, which is now available to customers.

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Telekom will leverage ExtremeCloud™ IQ, the market’s only cloud management platform offering unlimited data access, as part of the company’s managed net-based LAN service portfolio. With ExtremeCloud IQ, Telekom will enable customers in more than 20 countries with proactive monitoring, reporting of SLA compliance, and other unique metrics via a service that offers security, flexibility, and scalability at a reduced delivery cost. Specifically, Telekom’s customers can now take advantage of Extreme’s industry-leading unlimited data offering for ExtremeCloud IQ subscribers to gain unparalleled insights on network activities and performance via one centralized management tool.

As a benefit to all of Telekom’s existing net-based LAN service (NBLS)

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The Technology 202: YouTube alternative Rumble highlights conservatives’ move to more hands-off social networks

Rumble chief executive Chris Pavlovski tells me in an interview the company has seen a surge in new users since Election Day. He anticipates the company will close out the month with about 80 million unique users, up from about 60 million in October and 40 million midsummer. The company’s app has been installed about 375,000 times in the last seven days, according estimates from data firm Sensor Tower. That’s a 12 percent increase over the number of installs the company was seeing in the seven days leading up to the 2020 election, the firm says. 

Rumble has decided to take a far more hands-off approach to content moderation than others. 

Pavlovski describes his approach to content moderation as similar to the larger tech companies “ten years ago.” Rumble’s terms of service prohibit certain forms of obscene content, such as pornography, nudity or child exploitation, as well as videos

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Post-election, extremists use fringe social networks to push fraud claims, violence

Efforts by Facebook and Twitter to squash false claims of election fraud are hitting a big obstacle: The messages are running wild on smaller fringe networks popular among the far right — then boomeranging back onto the mainstream platforms.

Extremist groups, white nationalists and conspiracy theorists — some claiming ties to QAnon, which alleges a so-called deep-state plot to undermine Donald Trump — have taken to encrypted messaging apps and online message boards.

There, they promote viral videos of unproven voter fraud, urge supporters to ready their guns in support of Trump and push anti-Semitic and racist claims about election officials, according to POLITICO’s review of multiple Telegram channels, 4Chan discussions and conversations on Parler, a social network favored by more mainstream conservatives.

Such discussions have skyrocketed on these alternative platforms since the Nov. 3 election, creating a safe harbor for those pushing claims of fraud and a venue to

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Ananda Networks Helps Channel Partners Solve Networking and Security Challenges of the Distributed Workforce

Company announces channel partner program to deliver the simplest, fastest, and most secure SASE alternative to VPN and SD-WAN connectivity

Ananda Networks announced today details of its channel partner program. The program is designed to assist channel partners in providing customers the easiest, fastest and most secure access to all cloud and on-prem resources for remote, mobile and branch users with the help of the Ananda Secure Global LAN (SG-LAN).

Some of the benefits of the Ananda Networks partner program are:

  • Joint marketing and selling with the Ananda channel team; this includes joint PR, collateral, webinars, and lead-generation programs

  • Technical pre-sales support

  • Ongoing web-based and onsite sales training, including in-depth technical sessions

  • Periodic product and technology roadmap updates

“With our strong foothold and deep familiarity with the SASE and SD-WAN landscape, we have been looking for the best solution to help our customers connect their increasing number of employees working

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