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Oracle Gets Busy With Lazy FPU Fix, Adds More Spectre-protectors
25th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Oracle Linux and VM get their innoculations Oracle has released fixes for Spectre v3a, Spectre v4, and the “Lazy FPU” vulnerability.…
In Non-startling News, EFF Says STARTTLS Email Crypto Is Mostly Done Wrong
25th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
And so its trying to kick off an effort to fix that up, because security and privacy matter Having successfully pushed for universal HTTPS Web encryption, the Electronic Frontier Foundations next protocol push is for “STARTTLS...
Intel Finds A Cure For Its Software Security Pain: Window Snyder
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Microsoft, Mozilla vet will also handle external researcher work Intel has recruited noted computer security exec Window Snyder into its ranks to help turn its fortunes in the cybersecurity space.…
Intel Taps Window Snyder To Solve Its Ongoing Security Woes
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Microsoft/Mozilla vet will also handle external researcher work Intel has reached out to noted security exec Window Snyder in to help turn the chipmakers fortunes in the security space.…
India Tells Its Banks To Get Windows XP Off ATMs – In 2019!
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
And do some pretty basic security hygiene before then The Reserve Bank of India has given that countrys banking sector a hard deadline to get Windows XP out of its ATMs: June 2019.…
A Volt Out Of The Blue: Phone Batteries Reveal What You Typed And Read
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Power trace sniffing, a badly-designed API and some cloudy AI spell potential trouble A group of researchers has demonstrated that smartphone batteries can offer a side-channel attack vector by revealing what users do with their devices...
Misconfiguration Of Java Web Server Component Jolokia Puts Orgs At Risk
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
You gotta shore it up before you put it to work, says researcher Misconfiguration of a commonly used Java web server component puts websites at risk of attack, web dev and security researcher Mat Mannion has warned.…
UK Taxman Has Amassed Voice Profiles Of 5.1 Million Taxpayers
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Big Brother Watch questions legal basis for data retention Campaign group Big Brother Watch has accused HMRC of creating ID cards by stealth after it was revealed the UK taxman has amassed a database of 5.1 million peoples voiceprints.…...
Black Hat Extortionist Thrown Back In The Clink After Yelp-slamming Biz
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Protip: When freshly paroled, dont immediately trash your victim online Sometimes its best to just let old grudges go.…
Black Hat Extortionist Sent Back To Prison After Yelp-slamming Company
25th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from The Register
Protip: when newly paroled, dont immediately trash your victim online Sometimes its best to just let old grudges go.…
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