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Encryption Doesnt Stop Him Or Her Or You... From Working Out What Thing 1 Is Up To
10th Aug 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Why we hardly have to sniff the packet... to know you play tennis with an IoT racket You dont need to sniff clear-text Internet of Things traffic to comprehensively compromise a gadget-fans home privacy: mere traffic profiles will do the...
Spec-exec CPU Bugs Sweep Hacking Oscars – And John McAfee’s In There Like A Bullet
10th Aug 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Fun and frolics at the 2018 Pwnie Awards Black Hat  The whizz kids who uncovered the Spectre and Meltdown data-leaking flaws in modern processors have scooped two Pwnie Awards – often referred to as the information security industry’s...
Can We Talk About The Little Backdoors In Data Center Servers, Please?
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Remote management a double-edged sword, IT admins warned at hacking conference Black Hat  Data centers are vital in this cloudy world – yet little-understood management chips potentially give hackers easy access to their servers in ways...
Say What You Will About Self-driving Cars – The Security Is Looking OK
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Miller, Valasek reveal results of robo-ride probing attempts Black Hat  Car hacking wizards Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have turned their attention to autonomous vehicles – and reckon the security is surprisingly good.…
You Cant Always Trust Those Mobile Payment Gadgets As Far As You Can Throw Them – Bugs Found By Infosec Duo
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Tech needs to mature a little more, perhaps Black Hat  Those gadgets and apps used by small shops and traders to turn their smartphones and tablets into handheld sales terminals? Quite possibly insecure, youll no doubt be shocked to...
Kaspersky VPN Blabbed Domain Names Of Visited Websites – And Gave Me A $0 Reward, Says Chap
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
DNS leak flaw outside of bug bounty scope, it seems Kasperskys Android VPN app whispered the names of websites its 1,000,000-plus users visited along with their public IP addresses to the worlds DNS servers.…
Crims Hacked Accounts, Got Phones, Resold Them – And The Feds Reckon Theyve Nabbed Em
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Thousands of mobes allegedly slurped, fenced via phishing, etc A dozen people have been indicted in America for allegedly fencing more than $1m in smartphones and other kit obtained via hacking and fraud.…
Oh, Fore Putts Sake: Golf Org PGA Bunkered Up By Ransomware Attack Just Days Before Tournament
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Thats rough, bet they were well teed off – crooks want Bitcoin The Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA) was hit by ransomware just before one of the sports biggest pro events, which teed off on Thursday.…
Discover The Lurking Dangers Ahead At Sophos See The Future Event
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Invitation to lunch, workshops and talks Promo  Cybersecurity software firm Sophos is inviting IT professionals to "See the Future" at The Brewery, near the Barbican in London, on Tuesday 9 October.…
How Evil JavaScript Helps Attackers Tag Possible Victims – And Gives Away Their Intent
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Countdown to ancient IE a telltale sign of malice A honeypot project operated by Japanese comms company NTT has turned up a bunch of new approaches to malware obfuscation.…
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