SAP has finally responded to Oracle's claims that the company engaged in theft of its intellectual property. The legal document is highly recommended reading, as some of its appears to have been written by intoxicated frat boys.
For background, SAP subsidiary TomorrowNow (TN) in November and December downloaded vast amounts of support materials for Peoplesoft software, on behalf of customers migrating from Peoplesoft to SAP software. In some cases, the company violated the terms of those accounts by downloading information for which the client didn't own a license.
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New Spectre microcode patches released by Intel to fix security flaws in Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake CPUs
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Malware has been in circulation for more than a year