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Sophos SafeGuard Anything But – Thanks To 6 Serious Security Bugs
26th Jun 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
Your antimalware tools can get malware too, so get updating Companies running Sophos security clients will want to update their software following the disclosure of six privilege escalation flaws in the the security suite.…
Sophos SafeGuard Anything But, Thanks To Six Serious Flaws
26th Jun 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
Your antimalware tools can get malware too, so get updating Companies running Sophos security clients will want to update their software following the disclosure of six privilege escalation flaws in the the security suite.…
Class-action Status Denied For Suit Alleging Microsoft Mistreatment Of Women Workers
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Redmond slips out of key provision in discrimination case Microsoft may not have to face a class-action complaint over its alleged mishandling of harassment and discrimination complaints by female employees.…
Liberty Loser Reality Winner: NSA Leaker Could Get 63 Months
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Panty-hosed renegade facing over five years of hard time Reality Winner, a contractor who passed classified NSA information about Russian hacking of election machines to the media, has pled guilty to one count of espionage.…
WPA3 Is The Magic Number? Protocol Refresh Promises Tighter Wi-Fi Security
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Routers shipping with standard soon so dont get WEP behind The Wi-Fi Alliance has taken the wraps off the latest generation of Wi-Fi security, WPA3.…
UK Minister Of Fun Matt Hancock Opens London Infosec Upstart Creche
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
£13m thing aims to get newbies playing with the big boys Matt Hancock, the only UK government minister to have his own social networking app, opened a £13m London infosec creche this morning.…
Israel Cyber Chiefs Pants Analogy For Password Security Deemed, Well, Pants
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Changed often, never shared? Prevailing wisdom suggests otherwise Israels newly appointed cyber chief has raised eyebrows by offering questionable password advice during a high-profile presentation.…
Dob In Naughty Data Slurps To Top EU Court, Privacy Groups Urge
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
11 member states grassed on to European Commission – including the UK More than 60 privacy groups and activists have demanded that member states still engaging in blanket data retention of communications info – despite it being ruled...
On Kaspersky’s ‘transparency Tour’ The Truth Was Clear As Mud
26th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
‘America wants to destroy us for de-fusing its cyber weapons, but we’re clean’ is the story Kaspersky Labs is currently running a “Transparency Tour” in which the company attempts to persuade us all that it is not a danger to...
’No Questions Asked’ Windows Code Cert Slingers Fuel Trade In Digitally Signed Malware
25th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Oh its for a calculator app? OK, wink wink, say no more Trusted code-signing certificates are being sold to miscreants by allegedly unscrupulous vendors, fueling a growth in digitally signed Windows malware, a study has found.…
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