According to reports in Deutsche Welle, Iran accused Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of complicity in Saturday's terrorist attack on a military parade. The UAE called the allegations "baseless," the US said Iran should look to itself for the explanation, and Saudi Arabia said nothing.
The United Nations has suffered a data exposure incident. Last month a researcher found ways of accessing the UN's Trello tool, where he found ways into the UN's Google Docs and Jira pages. A range of sensitive information was exposed. The researcher disclosed his findings to the UN, but world body took notice only after the Intercept broke the story.
ESET found that the Kodi media platform is being successfully exploited by cryptojackers.
It's now six months since the city of Atlanta was hit with ransomware, and the city says the incident is now "over." But there's a sour taste in Georgia mouths—the local CBS affiliate reports that the city doesn't know who hit them, what they hit them with, or how much they've had to spend to fix things.
The SHEIN fashion retailer sustained a data breach in which records belonging to some 6.4 million customers were exposed. The incident happened in June, but SHEIN discovered it only late last month.
The US has announced a national strategy for "Quantum Information Science." Major companies meeting at the White House to discuss the strategy include JPMorgan Chase, IBM, and Google.
Mathematician Michael Atiyah says he's proved the Riemann hypothesis.