Take a Network Break! A cryptocurrency heist combines BGP hijacking with some DNS tomfoolery, Juniper targets enterprise multicloud with Contrail enhancements, and Big Switch adds packet capture and analytics appliances to its product line.
The Linux community swaps out iptables for BPF, Google pushes the Rich Communication Service (RCS) to compete on messaging, and Cisco unbundles Nexus 9000.
Apple exits the home WiFi router market, Innovium snags $77 million to market its programmable ASIC, and Net Neutrality rules have yet to be revoked–why?
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MyEtherWallet DNS Attack Offers Opt-In Lessons – Dark Reading
Google Accused of Showing ‘Total Contempt’ for Android Users’ Privacy – Bleeping Computer
TERALYNX Running at line-rate 12.8Tbps – Innovium
Net Neutrality Did Not Die Today – Electronic Frontier Foundation