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Kaspersky discovers dual-threat NKAbuse malware in Latin America and Vietnam
Fri, 5th Jan 2024
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malware
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ddos
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blockchain
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky uncovers a new potent malware, NKAbuse, exploiting the NKN technology to launch twin threats as a flooder and a backdoor/RAT, with victims emerging in Colombia, Mexico, and Vietnam.
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Geeker pioneers on-demand peer-to-peer tech support
Thu, 28th Dec 2023
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contact centre
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chatbots
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cios
Geeker launches real-time tech support platform, enabling swift peer-to-peer tech troubleshooting on-demand at the push of a button.
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IDEMIA, JCB and Soft Space launch second phase of digital currency project
Thu, 21st Dec 2023
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pos
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martech
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commerce systems
IDEMIA, JCB and Soft Space advance to phase two of JCB Digital Currency project, focusing on offline peer-to-peer transfers.
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NZ’s car sharing platform ups its game with new feature
Mon, 24th Jun 2019
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smartphones
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technology gifts
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smart appliances
Yourdrive, New Zealand’s car sharing platform, has announced it is now allowing remote vehicle access to renters.
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Auckland-based startup pioneering peer-to-peer storage platform
Fri, 8th Sep 2017
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peer-to-peer
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retail
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business
Auckland startup launches 'To the Loft', the Airbnb for storage, disrupting the market with peer-to-peer solutions.
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New peer-to-peer platform aimed at Kiwi contractors
Tue, 15th Mar 2016
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peer-to-peer
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equipmentshare
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partners
New platform launched in Auckland allows construction contractors to share equipment, reducing costs and increasing efficiency.
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HOW TO DOWNLOAD TORRENT FILES
Sat, 1st May 2010
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malware
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cybersecurity
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You may not read much about it in the press, but it seems as if more and more people are doing it all the time. Just what is the deal with torrent sharing? Why do people do it? And is it legal?.
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Heavy penalties for three-time copyright offenders
Wed, 16th Dec 2009
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file sharing
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commerce
Fines of up to $15,000 and Internet disconnection for up to six months are the penalties planned for repeat offenders under changes to Section 92A of the Copyright Act, just released by the government.