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From Bangkok To Phuket, They Cry Out: Oh, Bucket! Thai Mobile Operator Spills 45k Peoples Data
13th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
S3 spillage spoils included driving licences and passports TrueMove H, the biggest 4G mobile operator in Thailand, has suffered a data breach.…
When SecureRandom()... Isnt: JavaScript Fingered For Poking Cash-spilling Holes In Bitcoin Wallets
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
If youve got an old money store, check it for hacked gaps Concerns about a flawed crypto library that could allow Bitcoin theft have been revived following a post to a Bitcoin mailing list last week.…
Cloudflare Promises To Tend Not Two, But 65,535 Ports In A Storm
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
But no Daily Stormer please Cloudflare made its name proxying traffic for web servers, on network ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS), as a defense against denial of service attacks and their ilk.…
JavaScript Library Fingered For Weak BitCoin Wallets
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
If youve got an old wallet then check it for hacked holes Concerns about a flawed crypto library that could allow Bitcoin theft have been revived following a post to a Bitcoin mailing list last week.…
Well Intentioned Lawmakers Could Stifle IoT Innovation, Warns Bug Bounty Pioneer
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
The pushback against regulation starts here IoT security regulations could stifle innovation without addressing the security problems at hand, a well-respected security researcher controversially argues.…
GCHQ Boss Calls Out Russia For Industrial Scale Disinformation
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Kremlin blurring boundaries between criminal and state activity – director GCHQ‬ boss Jeremy Fleming has hailed the success of a cyber-offensive against ISIS last year and warned of the growing threat posed by Russia.…
Using Outlook? You Should Probably Do Some Patching
12th Apr 2018 [9 days ago] from The Register
Its 2018 and previewing an email can flash your privates at the world Microsoft emitted a patch for all supported versions of Outlook on Patch Tuesday to prevent attackers harvesting credentials from users who simply preview a carefully...
Wheres My Free Monitoring Service, One Plus? – Hacked-off Customers
12th Apr 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Two months since 40k punters had payment card deets nicked “We have been working with partners across the world and activated credit monitoring across a number of countries. We’re working to ensure it’s available to as many people...
How Will We Know UK Has Hit Cyber DEFCON 1? Glad You Asked
12th Apr 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Of course were not going to call it that The UK government has launched a new cyber attack categorisation that is designed to improve response to incidents – sadly it doesnt go up to 11.*…
Data Exfiltrators Send Info Over PCs Power Supply Cables
12th Apr 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Malware tickles unused cores to put signals in current If you want your computer to be really secure, disconnect its power cable.…
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