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SaaSy HR Outfit PageUp Reports ‘unauthorised Activity’ And Data Breach
5th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Giant supermarket chain used it and warns job-seekers from last 18 months to worry SaaS HR platform PageUp has revealed “unusual activity on its IT infrastructure” and “revealed that we have some indicators that client data may have...
Pwn Goal: Hackers Used The Username Root, Password Root For Botnet Control Server Login
5th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
These are not the criminal geniuses you were expecting An IoT botnet has been commandeered by white hats after its controllers used a weak username and password combination for its command-and-control server.…
Pwn Goal: Hackers Expose Botnet After Leaving Default Credentials On View
5th Jun 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Facepalm as IoT malwares command and control server foiled by root/root An IoT botnet has been compromised by white hats after its controllers left the default login credentials on their command and control server.…
Heres A Transaction Transamerica Regrets: Transgressors Swipe Retirees Personal Info
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Potentially four million or more plan holders hit by hack Financial house Transamerica has admitted hackers swiped some of its customers sensitive personal information, including social security numbers.…
Loose .zips Sink Chips: How Poisoned Archives Can Hack Your Computer
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Path traversal flaws could lead to data mangling, code execution – so patch now Video  Booby-trapped archive files can exploit vulnerabilities in a swath of software to overwrite documents and data elsewhere on a computers file system...
Zip Slip Security Hole Lets Evil Archive Files Hack Your Computer
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Path traversal flaw could lead to data mangling, code execution – so patch now Booby-trapped compressed archive files can exploit a vulnerability in a large range of software to overwrite documents and data elsewhere on a file system...
Continental: We, Er, Tire Of Whatsapp, Snapchat On Work Phones. GDPR, Innit?
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Messaging apps verboten until they fall into line with EU regs Multinational car parts maker Continental AG has banned its employees from using Whatsapp and Snapchat on their work phones due to concerns over the recently introduced European...
UKs First Transatlantic F-35 Delivery Flight Delayed By Weather
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Airliners do it all the time - but these arent airliners Comment  Britain’s first permanently UK-based F-35 fighter jets are not arriving in Norfolk today as expected due to RAF concerns about bad weather.…
Ex-CEO On TalkTalk Mega Breach: It Woz Legacy Tech Wot Done It
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Dido Harding dodges security budget grilling Infosec Europe  Baroness Dido Harding, former chief exec of Brit telco TalkTalk, warned other business leaders of the dangers posed by legacy tech in the opening keynote of the Infosecurity...
Just A Third Of Brit Cops Are Equipped To Fight Crime That Is Cyber
5th Jun 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Bad news if youve been defrauded online Just one in three police forces in the UK are able to tackle cybercrime such as DDoS, malware attacks and online fraud, a Home Affairs Committee heard today.…
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