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Its April Of 2018 And Patch Tuesday Shows Windows Security Is Still Foiled By Fonts
10th Apr 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Adobes Flash also up the spout Microsoft has released the April edition of its monthly security update, this time addressing a total of 63 CVE-listed vulnerabilities.…
Death In Paradise: Cyber Attack Takes Out National Governments IT
10th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Half of a tiny Caribbean island, population 42,000, but still Eeek! A nation’s entire government is staggering to its feet after being shut down for a week due to a "cyber attack".…
Company Insiders Behind 1 In 4 Data Breaches – Study
10th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Ransomware, external hackers dominate 2018 probe, natch The admins among you will be unsurprised to discover that, more than a quarter of the time, data breaches across the world originated between the chair and the keyboard of organisation...
Gmail Is Secure. Netflix Is Secure. Together Theyre A Phishing Threat
10th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Google doesnt recognise dots in email addresses, which creates an opportunity for evil A developer has discovered that Gmails email handling creates a handy phishing vector to attack Netflix customers.…
Sorry Spooks: Princeton Boffins Reckon They Can Hide DNS Queries
9th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Oblivious DNS decouples users from the sites they visit The Domain Name System (DNS) is a plain-text service that lets anyone who can see “the wire” capture a users DNS traffic and work out whether theyre asking for naughty.com or nice.com....
You. FCC. Get Out There And Do Something About These Mystery Bogus Cell Towers, Huff Bigwigs
9th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Its the Ruskies! Or maybe the FBI! Stingray secrecy rebounds Senior Congressmen have demanded "immediate action" over mysterious fake cell phone towers in Washington DC that they worry could be being operated by foreign governments.…
Congressmen Tell The FCC To Sort Out Stingray Fake Cell Sites
9th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Its the Ruskies! Or maybe the FBI. Stingray secrecy rebounds Senior Congressmen have demanded "immediate action" over mysterious fake cell phone towers in Washington DC that they worry could be being operated by foreign governments.…
Patch Or Ditch Adobe Flash: Exploit On Sale, Booby-trapped Office Docs Spotted In The Wild
9th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
ThreadKit leverages flaw fixed in February In case you needed another reason not to open Adobe Flash or Microsoft Office files from untrusted sources: the ThreadKit exploit building app has incorporated a recently Flash patched vulnerability,...
Office Falls To Flash Attack Being Sold In Exploit Kit To Scumbags
9th Apr 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
ThreadKit incorporates Adobe Flash flaw fixed in February In case you needed another reason not to open Adobe Flash or Microsoft Office files from untrusted sources, the ThreadKit exploit building app has incorporated a recently Flash patched...
Cinema Voucher-pusher Tells Customers: Cancel Your Credit Cards, Weve Been Attacked
9th Apr 2018 [13 days ago] from The Register
Website taken down for the foreseeable future Worker perks-flinger Sodexo has told a number of customers to cancel their credit cards following "a targeted attack" on its cinema vouchers platform, Filmology.…
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