Patient details have been compromised, as Health Minister Andrew Little says the attack is being investigated.
It comes after a planned outage to some services last night for upgrades.
It prompted Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany Andrij Melnyk to tell the tech billionaire to “F-- off".
The unbranded smoke alarms are available from a variety of online retailers.
It uses AI to detect health issues in animals that the human eye can’t see.
Following the data breach of nearly 10 million Optus customers, 1News spoke to Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees about how they keep Kiwis' data safe.
The Minister for Internal Affairs, Jan Tinetti, says the company needs to do what's right by consumers.
Every mobile phone creates a map of where you go that is captured as data.
In the texts, Agrawal questioned Musk about his public criticism of Twitter.
AI researcher Filip Piekniewski tweeted the Tes Bot was “next level cringeworthy” and a “complete and utter scam.”
The government blames lax cybersecurity at Optus, the nation's second-largest carrier, for the theft of 10 million customers’ personal information.
The Department of Internal Affairs revealed it held two documents that "are letters between AWS and the Prime Minister, sent on 3 September, 2021 and 11 July, 2022".
The "Hi Mum" scam, involves a message claiming to be the victim's child. The scammer claims they have lost their phone, and desperately need money.
1News is aware of at least 10 New Zealand passports exposed in the breach.
The operation involved more than 60 websites created to mimic legitimate news sites.
"A vehicle should not be entered into a police database as stolen unless circumstances indicate it is stolen," police acknowledged.
A fridge-sized satellite system called DART hit a stadium-sized asteroid called Dimorphos.
In scenes pulled straight from a science fiction film, NASA has slammed a spacecraft into an asteroid in an attempt to redirect it.
The alleged hacker has previously threatened to release the information of 10,000 Optus customers each day.
It's been reported police falsely reported cars as stolen so they could access private number plate recognition systems.