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Intel Management Engine JTAG Flaw Proof-of-concept Published
28th Aug 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
"God Mode" requires special USB debugging connector The security researchers who found a way to compromise Intels Management Engine last year have just released proof-of-concept exploit code for the now-patched vulnerability.…
Voting Machine Maker Claims Hacking Competitions A Green Light For Foreign Hackers
28th Aug 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
NSA code cracker says no, hackers performing a service Voting machine vendor ESS says it did not cooperate with the Voting Village hacking competition at DEF CON because it worried the event posed a national security risk.…
No, Eight Characters, Some Capital Letters And Numbers Is Not A Good Password Policy
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Western Oz infosec audit report was shocking, but only cos it made public Internal cybersecurity audits rarely make it to the public domain, but when they do it’s often an eye-popping read.…
Footie Fans Calling For A Red Card Over West Ham United CC Email Blunder
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
If youre after an away ticket, now you know who to call Fat-fingered staff at London football team West Ham United have upset some fans following a ticket confirmation email bungle.…
Give Yourselves A Pat On The Back, Top Million Websites, Half Of You Now Use HTTPS
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Now for the other half More than half (51.8 per cent) of the Alexa Top 1 Million sites are actively redirecting to HTTPS for the first time.…
Black Hats Are Baddie Hackers, White Hats Are Goodies, Grey Hats Will Sell IP To Kids In Hoodies
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Survey says one in five security pros have been asked to screw over their employer The threat from rogue insiders, for so long dismissed as scare stories, has quietly bubbled back on to the official worry list.…
None Too Chuffed With Your A Levels? Hey, Why Not Bludgeon The Exam Boards With GDPR?
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
UK data watchdogs teen tips on how to be more annoying Schools across the UK may have thought results fever was over for another year – but, thanks to the nations privacy watchdog, they might not get to relax just yet.…
Event Management Kit Can Take A Hammering These Days: Use It Well And Itll Save Your Ass
28th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Hunting the known unknowns Analysis  Whod have thought it? Diagnostic event streams and log files are fashionable at last.…
Boffins Bork Motion Control Gear The Power Of Applied Sound
27th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Researchers manipulate gyroscopic controls with ultrasonic attack A group of university researchers have developed a way to remotely control motion-sensing devices using only sound waves.…
Windows 0-day Pops Up Out Of nowhere Twitter
27th Aug 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Local privilege escalation in procedure calls Its not bad enough to take Microsoft out-of-cycle, but CERT/CC has just put out a warning of a new privilege escalation bug in Windows.…
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