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WhatsApp Security Snafu Could Allow Message Manipulation
9th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
You could put words in peoples mouths, claim researchers Researchers have uncovered security shortcomings in WhatsApp that create a means for hackers to intercept and manipulate messages sent in both private and group conversations.…
Should I Infect This PC, Wonders Malware. Let Me Ask My Neural Net...
9th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
How does it work? Nobody really knows what goes on in the black box Black Hat  Heres perhaps a novel use of a neural network: proof-of-concept malware that uses AI to decide whether or not to attack a victim.…
Revealed: El Reg Blew Lid Off Meltdown CPU Bug Before Intel Told US Govt – And How Bitter Tech Rivals Teamed Up
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Panel spills beans on beans spilled Black Hat  Next time you leave things to the last minute, remember this well.…
If For Some Reason Youre Still Using TKIP Crypto On Your Wi-Fi, Ditch It – Linux, Android World Bug Collides With It
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Patch wpa_supplicant and/or kill off key protocol, thanks It’s been a mildly rough week for Wi-Fi security: hard on the heels of a WPA2 weakness comes a programming cockup in the wpa_supplicant configuration tool used on Linux, Android,...
Microsoft To Hackers: Finding Hyper-V Bugs Is Hard. Change My Mind. PS: Heres A Head Start...
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Prove us wrong, kids, and bag $250,000 Black Hat  Not that many moons ago, Microsoft was seemingly reluctant to open a bug bounty program. It also once described Linux as a cancer. Now it claims to love Linux, and is offering bounties...
Stress, Bad Workplace Cultures Are Driving Security Folk To Drink
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Self-medicating with booze is no answer, hackers told at conference Black Hat  In a personal and powerful presentation, a computer security veteran has warned that too many infosec bods are fighting a losing battle with the bottle.…
Blockchain Won’t Solve Your Security Woes – But Partying Just Might
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Google’s head of Project Zero Parisa Tabriz gives her tips for success Black Hat  Parisa Tabriz, a director of engineering at Google and head of the web giants Project Zero bug-hunting squad, today opened this years Black Hat USA conference...
Japanese Dark-web Drug Dealers Are So Polite, Theyll Offer A Refund If Youre Not Satisfied
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Internet underground outside the West takes a different tone The concept of the "dark web" in Asia is way different to what peeps in Europe and the Americas are used to.…
Profit-strapped Symantec Pulls Employee Share Scheme
8th Aug 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Cunning plan to push top staff out? Firm keeps schtum Symantec is cancelling an Employee Share Purchase (ESP) programme, angering some workers in the process.…
Hey, You Know What A Popular Medical Record System Doesnt Need? 23 Security Flaws
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Get patching after team gets under the skin of OpenEMR Fresh light has been shed on a batch of security vulnerabilities discovered in the widely used OpenEMR medical records storage system.…
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