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Trend Micro creates ‘honeypot’ to analyse security threats, gets subjected to ransomware & cryptocurrency mining
Honeypot attracted financially motivated exploits.
Nissan punishes more mgrs after 10,000-hour Ghosn investigation
The investigation involved more than 10,000 hours of analysis, including the ...
Carlos Ghosn seen on security camera leaving Tokyo home alone: Report
According to Japan's Kyodo news agency, Ghosn was smuggled out with the...
Tokyo shares tread water after US-China trade deal; machinery makers lag
The Nikkei share average added 0.1 per cent to 23,933.13.
Rajnath Singh discusses bilateral relations, regional security situation with Japanese counterpart
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held a telephonic conversation with his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono and discussed the regional security issues. They discussed enhancing bilateral security cooperation between Tokyo and New Delhi under the framework of India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership.
Tokyo stocks rebound as US-Iran anxiety ebbs; techs lead
In a positive sign for bulls, the broader Topix gained 1.62 per cent to 1,725.05.
Safe-haven currencies pull back as geopolitical tensions ease
Against a basket of currencies the dollar index firmed 0.1 per cent to 96.772.
Ghosn fled Japan after security firm hired by Nissan stopped surveillance-sources
Ghosn has become an international fugitive after he revealed on Tuesday he had fled to Lebanon to escape what he called a "rigged" justice system in Japan, where he faces charges relating to alleged financial crimes. Nissan had hired a private security company to watch Ghosn, who was on bail and awaiting trial.
PV Sindhu eyes second medal at Olympics; says pressure of expectations, criticism do not affect her
Sindhu said she is working on her technique to iron out the flaws.
Defiant Ghosn Hits Back Against Japanese ‘Plot’
The collusion between Nissan and prosecutors is everywhere, There was no way I was going to be treated fairly ... this was not about justice. I felt I was a hostage of the country that I have served for 17 years,” said former Nissan chief turned fugitive Carlos Ghosn.
Japan urges Carlos Ghosn to return as fugitive tycoon defends escape
Ghosn faced four charges of financial misconduct in Japan, which he alleges were cooked up by disgruntled executives at Nissan in collusion with Japanese prosecutors. "If he claims innocence, he should face a trial under the justice system in Japan, where he was doing business, and he should submit evidence to prove his claims," Japanese Justice Minister said.
Nikkei ends down, but not far from near three-decade highs in dollar terms
On the year, the Nikkei was up 18.2 per cent after a 12 per cent drop in 2018.
World stocks pause at record peak as markets assess US-China deal
Japan's Nikkei rose 0.14 per cent while mainland China's Shanghai composite index was almost flat.
Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn says he is in Lebanon, fleeing Japan's "rigged" justice system
"I am now in Lebanon and will no longer be held hostage by a rigged Japanese justice system where guilt is presumed, discrimination is rampant, and basic human rights are denied," said Ghosn. "I have not fled justice - I have escaped injustice and political persecution. I can now finally communicate freely with the media, and look forward to starting next week."
Teenager Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar secures India's record 13th Olympic quota in shooting
The 18-year-old Tomar shot 449.1 in the eight-man final to finish third on the podium behind gold medallist Kim Jonghyun (459.9) of Korea and Chinese Zhonghao Zhao (459.1) at the Lusail Shooting Complex. He had sailed through to the finals of the event with a 1168 score in the 120-shot qualifying. There were three quotas on offer in the event.
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