We look back on the previous week in TechRepublic posts and take a look at the five biggest stories.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of “Tech News You May Have Missed”. This is the start of a series where we’ll recap TechRepublic’s biggest stories from the past week, in case a big story gets through. Now, the five most important or impactful news stories of the week will be recapped in this recurring series.
1. Discovery of a “potentially dangerous” flaw in Office 365
In this story, Esther Shein digs deeper into Proofpoint’s findings that Microsoft Office 365 has a key vulnerability that allows ransomware to encrypt files on OneDrive and Sharepoint, and why it’s causing massive security issues for users of the Windows app. .
2. 2022 Dark Web Rates for Cybercriminal Services
How much does an outsourced DDoS attack cost? Would you believe it’s not that expensive? In this article, Cedric Pernet explores a Privacy Affairs report detailing the cost of everything on the Dark Web, from stolen Paypal accounts to the value of a physical passport belonging to another person.
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3. Goodbye Internet Explorer. It was swollen but the swell is gone
Internet Explorer’s history has been littered with peaks and valleys, but unfortunately some of IE’s valleys are below sea level. Jack Wallen looks back at the much-maligned browser’s 27-year history and why it was discontinued in favor of Microsoft Edge.
4. The 10 hottest tech jobs for 2022
Tech jobs remain a hot topic for employers and potential employees, and in this article, Lance Whitney breaks down what each of the most important jobs are and gives salary expectations for each role.
5. How to Use iOS 16 Mail Features to Boost Productivity
With iOS 16 releasing this fall, it’s never too early to start analyzing some of the features of the incoming operating system. Cory Bohon takes a look at the big features of iOS 16’s upgraded Mail app and what to expect when the OS hits phones later this year.