Take a Network Break! Network equipment maker Ciena acquires the Vyatta router software from AT&T, which had acquired it from Broadcom, which had acquired it from Brocade. Researchers uncover a dangerous flaw in Microsoft’s Azure database service, and T-Mobile fails to protect as many as 50 million current and former customer records, including Social Security numbers and drivers license information, from an attacker.
HPE and Dell Technologies release their financial results, with Dell boasting its best Q2 ever.
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Ciena Expands Edge and 5G Capabilities with Acquisition of Vyatta Routing and Switching Technology from AT&T – Business Wire
AT&T to Acquire Vyatta Software Technology from Brocade – AT&T
ChaosDB: Unauthorized Privileged Access to Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB – Wiz
“Worst cloud vulnerability you can imagine” discovered in Microsoft Azure – Ars Technica
ChaosDB: How we hacked thousands of Azure customers’ databases – Wiz
Microsoft Azure vulnerability exposed thousands of cloud databases – CyberScoop
Update on the vulnerability in the Azure Cosmos DB Jupyter Notebook Feature – Microsoft Security Response Center
T-Mobile hack: Everything you need to know – ZDNet