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1.5 BEEELLION Sensitive Files Found Exposed Online Dwarf Panama Papers Leak
5th Apr 2018 [16 days ago] from The Register
Borked FTP, SMB, rsync, and S3 buckets fingered Security researchers have uncovered 1.5 billion business and consumer files exposed online – just a month before the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force.…
Dont Want To Alarm You, But Defence Bods Think North Korea Could Nuke UK Within A Few Years
5th Apr 2018 [16 days ago] from The Register
Report on threat posed by rogue state demands more cash for government hackers North Korea maintains a hacking base in China, the UK Parliaments Defence Select Committee has been told, while government snooping body GCHQ struggles to retain...
Gosh, These Hacker Nerds Are Only Getting More Sophisticated
5th Apr 2018 [16 days ago] from The Register
Trustwave report flags up the security flashpoints of 2017 Hackers have moved away from simple point-of-sale (POS) terminal attacks to more refined assaults on corporations head offices.…
US Spanks EU Businesses In Race To Detect P0wned Servers
4th Apr 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
175 days from breach to action could prove very expensive when GDPR kicks in European organisations are taking longer to detect breaches than their counterparts in North America, according to a study by FireEye.…
Brain Monitor Had Remote Code Execution And DoS Flaw
4th Apr 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
I told you I was sick Cisco’s Talos security limb has warned that specialist medical hardware has remote code execution and denial of service bugs.…
They Forked This One Up: Microsoft Modifies Open-source Code, Blows Hole In Windows Defender
4th Apr 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Rar! Thats a scary bug A remote-code execution vulnerability in Windows Defender – a flaw that can be exploited by malicious .rar files to run malware on PCs – has been traced back to an open-source archiving tool Microsoft adopted...
Intel Admits A Load Of Its CPUs Have Spectre V2 Flaw That Cant Be Fixed
3rd Apr 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
And won’t fix Meltdown nor Spectre for 10 product families covering 230-plus CPUs Intel has issued new a new "microcode revision guidance" that says it won’t address the Meltdown and Spectre design flaws in all of its vulnerable processors...
Intel Says Some CPUs With Spectre V2 CAN’T BE FIXED
3rd Apr 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
And won’t fix Meltdown or Spectre for 10 product families covering 230-plus CPUs Intel has issued new a new Microcode Revision Guidance that says it won’t fix the Meltdown and Spectre design flaws in all of its products, sometimes because...
Hold The Phone: Mystery Fake Cell Towers Spotted Slurping Comms Around Washington DC
3rd Apr 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
US Homeland Security says it detected anomalous spy kit The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has detected strange fake cellphone towers – known as IMSI catchers – in Americas capital.…
Shooter Opens Fire At YouTube Headquarters In California – Reports
3rd Apr 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
Police on scene at San Bruno office Breaking  An active shooter has been reported at the headquarters of YouTube in San Bruno, California, just south of San Francisco.…
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