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HiddenWasp Malware hits Linux
Cybersecurity company Intezer (www.intezer.com) has discovered a nasty piece of sophisticated malware, which it has dubbed ‘HiddenWasp’. It targets Linux systems, and as the company explains, unlike other malware that targets Linux for cryptomining or DDoS attacks HiddenWasp is a trojan that is used to remotely control target systems.
All Chromebooks to be Linux ready
During this year’s Google IO developer conference, Google announced that every Chromebook which is launched this year will be Linux-ready out of the box – which means you don’t need to fiddle around with any settings or third-party programs to get Linux working.
Apple cracks down on DIY battery repairs
Apple is locking iPhones to stop people repairing their devices themselves. That’s according to repair specialists at iFixit (bit.ly/ ifixit482), who discovered that installing a new battery – whether it’s an official Apple part or a third-party product – triggers a message saying that the battery needs to be serviced. This means you have to take the phone to an Apple store to be fixed.
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