Take a Network Break! VMware extends its buying spree to include Carbon Black and the startup Uhana, Big Switch Networks rolls out new products for hybrid and multi-cloud networking, and Google stops sharing Android data with mobile carriers.
Google, Mozilla, and Apple deny a Kazakhstan government digital certificate; Apple and Mozilla block Web tracking techniques; and Infoblox launches a cloud-based DDI for branch and remote offices.
Cisco rolls out its latest tranche of security patches, VMware announces Q2 earnings and scores a huge tax break, the FCC releases a detailed post-mortem on CenturyLink’s December 2018 outage, and Google pitches faster expiration of digital certificates.
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Tech Bytes: Big Switch Networks
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Magyar Telekom’s AI Trial Success Baffles Engineers – Light Reading
Protecting Chrome users in Kazakhstan – Google Online Security Blog
WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy – WebKit
Security/Anti tracking policy – MozillaWiki
Apple’s New WebKit Policy Takes a Hard Line for User Privacy – Electronic Frontier Foundation
Security Advisories and Alerts – Cisco Systems