Security

Tencent will lose certifications.
Hackers could replace legitimate apps with malicious ones.
Could be a dangerous precedent.
Security vendor cheats in anti-virus test 
Chinese firm Qihoo 360 stripped of certifications.
 
25 security innovations unveiled at RSA 2015 
 
Australian security vendor launches into USA 
Tier 3 uses new name for Stateside push.
 
Australian IT duo tackle Minecraft addiction 
KoalaSafe invents home network device to control children's internet use.
 
Dell enters crowded endpoint security market 
Up against Symantec, Sophos and hungry startups.
 
Seventy percent of malicious files go undetected by antivirus 
 
Canon buys IP surveillance leader Axis for $2.8bn 
Japanese camera giant to become market leader overnight.
 
Review: Cyberoam CR10iNG 
A value-packed desktop UTM appliance.
 
WatchGuard claims first with wired and wireless security 
 
Review: Cyberoam CR200iNG-XP 
Affordable enterprise-grade security.
 
Review: WD Arkeia DA1300 
A great-value backup appliance with wide client support 
 
Apple quietly pulls support for OS X Snow Leopard 
End of support leaves a fifth of Macs vulnerable to attack
 
New stock iPhones and iPads open to spying 
Malware apps act as touchscreen keyloggers.
 
FireEye Update OS for email and IPv6 security 
 
Accellion launches kiteworks 
New security solution for mobile workers.
 
Google pulls Chrome ad extensions  
Google has pulled two Chrome browser extensions after they began spamming users with ads, breaching the company's policy.
 
Microsoft admits internal email accounts hacked 
Syrian Electronic Army accessed Microsoft employee email accounts
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Issue: 338 | May 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.