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ISP TalkTalks Wi-Fi Passwords Walk Walk Thanks To Awks Awks Router Security Hole
22nd May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Brit broadband biz has only had four years to patch up WPS A years-old vulnerability continues to menace the security of some home Wi-Fi networks in the UK.…
TalkTalk Data Can Walk Walk Thanks To Four Year-old Router Flaw
22nd May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Researcher says Wi-Fi passwords left wide open A years-old security flaw could be putting the security of some UK Wi-Fi networks at risk.…
UK Water Firms, Power Plants With Crap Cyber Security Will Pay Up To £17m, Peers Told
22nd May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Problem: they cant pay like banks can... Plans to fine national utilities and infrastructure providers £17m for shoddy cyber security will be at the forefront of industrys mind once everyone "gets over" GDPR, peers heard at a House of...
Youve Got To Be Kitten: Vet Recruiter Told To Pay £1k After Pinching Info From Ex-employer
22nd May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Dont horse about with personal data, watchdog warns A vet recruitment consultant that squirrelled away the personal details of almost 300 people from his former employer was today slapped on the wrists by the UKs information...
Summoners Of Web Tsunamis Have Moved To Layer 7, Says Cloudflare
21st May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
DDoS launchers increasingly target application processes instead of flooding networks Attackers have noticed that the world is getting better at fending off massive distributed denial-of-service attacks, and are trying to overwhelm application...
DDOS Scum Have Moved To Layer 7, Says Cloudflare
21st May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Bad actors increasingly target application processes instead of flooding networks Attackers have noticed that the world is getting better at fending off massive DDoS attacks, and are trying to overwhelm application processes...
Victorias Educational Apps-for-students Let Creeps Contact Kids
21st May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
World+Dog can contact any student via a shared doc Google and the Victorian Department of Education have set parents, students, teachers, and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner a poser: at what point does a feature become...
Microsoft, Google: Weve Found A Fourth Variant Of Meltdown-Spectre CPU Holes
21st May 2018 [28 days ago] from The Register
Affects Intel and other processor makers Breaking  Today, Microsoft and Google Project Zero will reveal a fourth variant of the speculative-execution-based security vulnerabilities in modern processors – the design flaws known as Spectre...
Penetration Tester Pokes Six Holes In Dell EMCs RecoverPoint Products
21st May 2018 [28 days ago] from The Register
Three fixed, including critical remote code execution bug Infosec outfit Foregenix has uncovered six vulnerabilities in Dell EMCs data protection platform RecoverPoint, three of which have been fixed.…
High-end Router Flinger DrayTek Admits To Zero Day In Bunch Of Vigor Kit
21st May 2018 [28 days ago] from The Register
It may be possible for an attacker to intercept your router Taiwanese network kit maker DrayTek has fessed up to a vulnerability in a large number of its routers which could allow miscreants to hijack internet traffic or steal personal...
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