John E Dunn

John Dunn is one of the co-founders of Techworld, following a spell working for Tornado Insider, the European magazine for tech startups. He started in IT journalism as technical editor of Personal Computer Magazine, before progressing to become editor of Network World (formerly LAN Magazine) and Network Week before helping to set up Techworld Insider. He has also freelanced for a number of technical publications in the technology, science and business fields.

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Linux malware threats you should know about

Linux malware threats you should know about

CrossRat Image by iStock Suspected to have been developed by the Lebanese ‘Dark Caracal’ hacking group (PDF) and first exposed in a joint research report by Lookout and the Electronic Frontier...

The worst types of ransomware attacks

The worst types of ransomware attacks

NotPetya Image by iStock The NotPetya ransomware was based on the same EternalBlue SMB exploit as WannaCry combined with EternalRomance, also stolen from the NSA. NotPetya works its way into a...

Ransomware explained - What is ransomware and how can it be stopped?

Ransomware is going after larger firms. These attacks could be about to get a lot more serious

Krebs DDoS aftermath: industry in shock at size, depth and complexity of attack

Were cybercriminals advertising a new service or just plain angry?

Brexit Britain: how the EU ETIAS visa system could fuel UK cyberscams

The US ESTA system is a warning for EU policy makers

The Isle of Man woos Chinese tech: a tale of the mouse and the elephant

IoM Government signs Memorandum of Understanding with large tech park

Ever sent email to the wrong person? Solving email's oldest most ignored hazard

The risk of misdirecting emails is the same it was when the technology was invented: considerable

Cisco wants to be a software company? Why customers should look beyond the hype

Cisco wants to be a software company? Why customers should look beyond the hype

Looking beyond the 'every company is a software company' sales pitch

When networks wear out: how London Capital Group embraced SDN and virtualisation

“It isn’t often you get the chance to do this.”

Android's 6 biggest security flaws 2016

Android is inherently hard to patch. with more severe issues being found, this is becoming a major problem

Phishing attacks: is it time to take employee training more seriously?

Anti-phishing training should be a bigger business. Now British startup Hook is trying a new approach

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