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Tesco Probably Knows More About Me Than GCHQ: Infosec Boffins Talk Surveillance Capitalism
4th Jun 2018 [14 days ago] from The Register
Cambridge Uni powwow broods on Facebook, Wannacry Privacy of medical data and the machinations of surveillance capitalism were under the spotlight at a Cambridge University symposium last week.…
‘Moore’s Revenge’ Is Upon Us And Will Make The World Weird
4th Jun 2018 [14 days ago] from The Register
When everything’s smart, the potential for dumb mistakes becomes enormous Earlier this year I lamented the inevitable death of Moore’s Law - crushed between process node failures and exploits attacking execution efficiencies. Yet that...
G Suite Admins Need To RTFM - Thousands Expose Internal Emails
3rd Jun 2018 [14 days ago] from The Register
The manual is confusing, to be fair, but a third of users read it wrong and are dangling data If youre sysadmin of an organisation using Google Groups and G Suite, you need to revisit your configuration to make sure you arent leaking internal...
A Spectre Solution, A (very) Brief Cloudflare Outage, And A Bank Heist In Canada
1st Jun 2018 [16 days ago] from The Register
Also, the SEC takes aim at another shady ICO Roundup  While we were busy chasing SpamCannibals, jailing Yahoo hackers, and blaming North Korea for everything else, there was some interesting security news going on.…
Stingray Phone Stalker Tech Used Near White House, SS7 Abused To Steal US Citizens Info – Just Friday Things
1st Jun 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Second worst stingray in history (RIP Steve Irwin) The US government has confirmed someone spied on smartphones in Americas capital using a fake cellphone tower – and miscreants abused SS7 weaknesses to swipe citizens personal information...
DHS: Stingray Slurper And SS7 Hacking Found Near The White House
1st Jun 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Wyden probing into shaky state of US smartphone security The Department of Homelands Security has confirmed the use of stingray smartphone surveillance devices in the US capital and widespread communications hacking using the SS7...
OMG, Thats Downright Wicked: Botnet Authors Twist Corpse Of Mirai Into New Threats
1st Jun 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Infamous IoT menace lives on in its hellspawn Cybercrooks are using the infamous Mirai IoT botnet as a framework to quickly add in new exploits and functionalities, it has emerged.…
Brit Bank TSB Facepalms At Critical Mass As Users Report Receiving Letters Meant For Other People
1st Jun 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Plus: SIM-swapping scam costs customer thousands TSB customers have reported receiving letters from the bank containing other peoples details in the embattled firms latest cock-up.…
Your F-35s Need Spare Bits? Computer Says Well Have You Sorted In... A Couple Of Years
1st Jun 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
ALIS logistics software woes continue at US-UK training unit Delayed upgrades to F-35 fighter jets along with bespoke logistics software that displays spare part lead times in years are keeping some aircraft grounded, according to a report...
Court Says Nyet To Kasperskys US Govt Computer Ban Appeal
30th May 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
Russian security house to stay locked out of Uncle Sams networks, for now A US district court has upheld the American governments ban of Kaspersky Lab software from computers of federal agencies.…
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