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Law Forcing Feds To Get Warrants For Email Slurping Is Sneaked Into US Military Budget
30th May 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
House slips privacy rules into Senates files, crosses fingers The US House of Representatives has once again advanced a law bill that would always require the FBI and cops to obtain a warrant from a judge before forcing email providers...
Yahoo! Merc! Hacker! Karim! Baratov! Gets! Five! Years! In! The!...
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
!553161460 style='display:block;;padding-top:5px;' onclick="toggle_visibility('Yahoo!553161460');">Canadian avoids maximum stretch behind bars after doing FSBs bidding The Canadian mercenary hacker who helped Russian agents break into thousands of Yahoo! webmail accounts will be spending up to the next five years behind bars in...
Git Security Vulnerability Could Lead To An Attack Of The (repo) Clones
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Best git patching yall A new version of Git has been emitted to ward off attempts to exploit a potential arbitrary code execution vulnerability – which can be triggered by merely cloning a malicious repository.…
SpamCannibal Blacklist Service Reanimated By Squatters, Claims Every IP Address Is Spammy
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Yes, even yours SpamCannibal – a defunct service that issued blacklists of known spam servers – was hijacked early on Wednesday morning, spewing its own unwanted crap in the process.…
SpamCannibal Blacklist Service Reanimated By Squatters, Says Everythings Spam
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Yes, even you Defunct blacklisting service SpamCannibal was hijacked early on Wednesday morning, sowing email chaos in the process.…
Git Vulnerability Could Lead To An Attack Of The (repo) Clones
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Best git patching yall A new version of Git has been emitted to ward off potential arbitrary code execution as a result of merely cloning a malicious repository.…
Have You Heard About Ransomware? Nows The Time To Ask: Are You Covered?
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Cyber-insurance gig to be worth $14bn by 2022 Every industry has its collection of shocking stories, but Britains cyber-insurance sector can always be relied on to top the lot.…
FBI Fingers North Korea For Two Malware Strains
29th May 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Joanap and Brambul harvest info about your systems and send it home US CERT has issued a Technical Alert that says two strains of malware are tools of the North Korean government.…
GCHQ Bod Tells Privacy Advocates: Most Of Our Work Is Making Sure We Operate Within The Law
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
If you whack governments on privacy it will only drive the vulnerability market Privacy advocates, journalists and a representative from GCHQ squared off in a debate on surveillance in Cambridge today.…
BCC Is Hard, OK? Quite A Lot Of Orgs Blurted Your Email Addresses In GDPR Mailouts
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
Ad blocker Ghostery, UK councils, vitamin sellers all in the blabtastic mix Amid the chaos of new European data protection rules coming into force at the end of last week, organisations are apparently struggling to grasp even the most basic...
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