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Now This Might Be Going Out On A Limb, But Heres How A Branch.io Bug Left 685 Million Netizens Open To Website Hacks
12th Oct 2018 [8 days ago] from The Register
Tinder subdomain flaw turns into massive everybody flaw Bug-hunters have told how they uncovered a significant security flaw that affected the likes of Tinder, Yelp, Shopify, and Western Union – and potentially hundreds of millions of...
Facebook Mass Hack Last Month Was So Totally Overblown – only 30 Million People Affected
12th Oct 2018 [8 days ago] from The Register
Good news: 20m feared pwned are safe. Bad news: Thats still 30m profiles snooped... Facebook users can relax and get back to interacting with quality content and authentic individuals on the social network.…
It Is 2018 And The NHS Is Still Counting The Cost Of WannaCry. Carry The 2, + Aftermath... Um... £92m
12th Oct 2018 [8 days ago] from The Register
Bigwigs report lots of progress in the cash-flinging department The UKs Department of Health and Social Care released a progress update this week on the hesitant efforts to deal with shonky NHS IT.…
WebSphere And Loathing In New York: IBM Yanks Buggy Application Server Security Fix From Admins
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Patched server, or working server. Pick one... IBM has withdrawn a patch for a significant security vulnerability in its WebSphere Application Server after the code knackered some systems.…
Bloke Gets Six Months For Fixing Up Russias US Election Trolls With Bank Accounts, Fake Identities
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Pinedo avoids serious time after spilling beans to Mueller on account sales A California man who provided bank accounts to Russian online trolls seeking to monkey with Americas 2016 elections will spend the next six months or so behind...
UK.gov Teams Up With Five Eyes Chums To Release Spotters Guide For Hacking Tools
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Crouching tiger, hidden APT The UKs National Cyber Security Centre and its western intel pals have put out a report spotlighting the most commonly abused hacking utilities.…
In The Two Years Since Dyn Went Dark, What Have We Learned? Not Much, It Appears
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
DNS infrastructures still vulnerable to attacks The majority (72 per cent) of FTSE 100 firms are vulnerable to DNS attacks, nearly two years after the major Dyn outage.…
Mozilla Grants Distrusted Symantec Certs A Stay Of Execution, Claims Many Sites Yet To Make Switch
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Delay in the overall best interest of Firefox users Mozilla has postponed its plans to distrust all legacy digital certificates from Symantec, spreading dismay in security circles.…
The Obama-era Cyber Détente With China Was Nice, Wasnt It? Yeah Well Its Obviously Over Now
11th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Middle Kingdom is a rising threat once again – research Infosec pros might have already noticed some familiar IP address ranges in their system logs – China has returned to the cyber-attack arena.…
Network Time Protocol Bugs Sting Junipers Operating System
10th Oct 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Oh, and there are 21 other vulns to patch Its time for Juniper Networks semi-regular bugfest, with 22 fixes announced today, two of which carry a “critical” rating and should be applied immediately.…
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