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Ex-DWP Staffer Bags Payout After Boss Blabbed Medical Info To Colleagues
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
Manchester man wins substantial damages in data breach case A Manchester man has won his case against former employer the Department for Work and Pensions, after a superior shared “highly private” medical information with his colleagues.…...
ISP Popped Router Ports, Saving Customers The Trouble Of Making Themselves Hackable
28th May 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
SingTel then left them open for a while, because ... well theres no excuse is there? Singaporean broadband users were left vulnerable to attackers after their ISP opened remote access ports on their modems and forgot to close them.…
Softbanks Pepper Robot Is A Security Joke
28th May 2018 [20 days ago] from The Register
Big-in-Japan bot offers root access through hard-coded password and worse bugs too Softbanks popular anthropomorphic robot, Pepper, has myriad security holes according to research published by Scandinavian researchers earlier this...
FBI To World+Dog: Please, Try Turning It Off And Turning It Back On
27th May 2018 [21 days ago] from The Register
Feds trying to catalogue VPNFilter infections The FBI has reminded the world it wants us to reboot our routers to try and help it identify VPNFilter-affected routers.…
Starbucks Site Slurped, Comcast Keys Clocked, Mad Mac Monero Mining Malware And Much More
26th May 2018 [23 days ago] from The Register
Some security bites for the long weekend Roundup  While this week was dominated by news of a new Spectre variant, the VPNFilter botnet, and TalkTalks badbad routersrouters, plenty of other stories popped up.…
Epyc Fail? We Can Defeat AMDs Virtual Machine Encryption, Say Boffins
25th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
Evil hypervisors can lift plain-text info out of ciphered memory, it is claimed German researchers have devised a method to thwart the security mechanisms AMDs Epyc server chips use to automatically encrypt virtual machines in...
Researchers Crack Open AMDs Server VM Encryption
25th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
SEV attack would let hypervisors lift memory contents A group of German researchers have devised a method to thwart the VM security in AMDs server chips.…
Electron Patches Patch After Security Researcher Bypassed Said Patch
24th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
Januarys fix for software toolkit had blacklist flaw, now fixed In an update last week, the developers of Electron – the toolkit used to craft widely used apps from Skype and Slack to Atom – shipped a patch to their January patch, and...
Electron Patched The Patch After Researcher Broke The Patch
24th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
Januarys fix had blacklist flaw, now fixed In an update last week, the developers of the Electron shipped a patch to their January patch, and now, an infosec researcher has explained why.…
Zimmerman And Friends: Are You Listening? PGP Is Not Broken
24th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
EFAIL furore not over yet, even though its easy to fix ProtonMail has weighed into 2018s worst branded-bug PR disaster, EFAIL with a simple statement: “PGP is not broken”.…
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