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Funnily Enough, No, Infosec Bods Arent Mad Keen On W. Virginias Vote-by-phone-app Plan
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Mobile ballots dubbed horrific, blockchain reliance questioned The US state of West Virginia plans to allow some of its citizens to vote in this years midterm elections via a smartphone app – and its seemingly lax security is freaking...
Batten Down The Ports: Linux Networking Bug SegmentSmack Could Remotely Crash Systems
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Patches incoming for kernel versions 4.9 and up A networking flaw has been discovered in the Linux kernel that could trigger a remote denial-of-service attack.…
Rights Groups Challenge UK Cops Over Refusal To Hand Over Info On IMSI Catchers
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Activists sick of neither confirm nor deny excuse British cops efforts to keep schtum about their use of IMSI grabbers to snoop on peoples mobile phones is to be challenged in court.…
Facial Recognition Tech To Be Used On Olympians And Staff At Tokyo 2020
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
NEC to provide NeoFace kit to 40-plus venues for the games Automated facial recognition systems from Japanese biz NEC will be used on staffers and athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.…
Rights Groups Challenge UK Cops Over Refusal To Hand Over Info On ISMI Catchers
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Activists sick of neither confirm nor deny excuse British cops efforts to keep schtum about their use of IMSI grabbers to snoop on peoples mobile phones is to be challenged in court.…
Bank On It: Its Either Legal To Port-scan Someone Without Consent Or Its Not, Fumes Researcher
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Halifax issue could clarify one rule for banks, another for us, says white hat Halifax Bank scans the machines of surfers that land on its login page whether or not they are customers, it has emerged.…
Top Tip? Sprinkle Bugs Into Your Code To Throw Off Robo-vuln Scanners
7th Aug 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Also: hide aeroplanes from enemy fighters by blowing their wings off mid-flight Miscreants and researchers are using automation to help them find exploitable flaws in your code. Some boffins at New York University in the US have a solution...
Battle Lines Drawn Over US Mass Surveillance As Senators Probe NSAs Bonfire Of Phone Records
6th Aug 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Ding! Ding! Round three in blanket spying bout Analysis  A fight has begun over another of the US governments mass surveillance systems – with two Senators raising questions about an unusual data deletion by the National Security Agency...
IBM, ATMs – WTF? Big Blue To Probe Cash Machines, IoT, Vehicles, Etc In New Security Labs
6th Aug 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
No, X-Force Red is not another trading card game Black Hat  IBM has promised to open four research centers that will hunt for security vulnerabilities in technology – including a team dedicated to probing cash machines for flaws.…
BlackBerry Claims It Can Do To Ransomware What Apple Did To Its Phones
6th Aug 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Workspaces time machine stymies scumbags Black Hat  While ransomware continues to extort factories, hospitals, schools, businesses, and ordinary netizens, BlackBerry reckons it can quickly rescue peeps from malware infections.…
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