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Dear Alt-right Morons And Other Miscreants: Disrupt DEF CON, And The Goons Will Ave You
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Hacking confs Jeff Moss heads off HOPE headaches The organizers of the DEF CON hacking conference, due to be held in Las Vegas, USA, next week, have put those who intend to spoil the event on warning: such tactics will not be...
Porn Parking, Livid Lockers And Botched Blenders: The Nightmare IoT World Come True
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Darktrace claims to have seen the future – and its awful Some time in the near future, you may go to a parking kiosk and rather than be presented with a $5 fee request, get confronted with low-res porn images.…
Putting The Ass In Atlassian: Helpdesk Email Server Passwords Blabbed To Strangers
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Logins misdirected to wrong boxes by Jira toolkit Exclusive  Atlassian has warned users of its Jira Service Desk toolkit to change their helpdesk email account passwords – after a glitch caused the credentials to be sent to strangers...
DEF CON Plans To Show US Election Hacking Is So Easy Kids Can Do It
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Meanwhile, Republicans kill new funding for election security Last year, the hackers at DEF CON showed how shockingly easy it was to crack into voting machine software and hardware. Next week, the 2018 conferences Vote Hacking Village will...
Did You Know? Lawyers Can Certify Web Domain Ownership? Well, Not No More They Aint
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Legal letters, Whois no good for obtaining HTTPS certificates Lawyers will no longer be allowed to certify someones ownership of an internet domain name, and the public Whois no longer represents proof of ownership, when it comes to assigning...
Castaway Hacker Guilty Of Hospital DDoS Attack
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Hell almost certainly get more than a three-hour tour for this A self-styled Anonymous hacker who attempted to flee the US in a sailboat has been convicted of two felonies for his role in a 2014 DDoS attack on a childrens hospital.…
Cisco Drops A Cool $2.3 Billion On SaaSy Outfit Duo Security
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Switchzilla slurps trusted access into cloud to make it rain Cisco has announced plans to buy privately held authentication firm Duo Security for $2.35bn (£1.80bn).…
Facebooks Security Boss Is Offski. Not To Worry, It Has Embedded Security In All Divisions
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
Alex Stamoss replacement not yet announced Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos is leaving the social network to work on information warfare at Stanford University. The social network has not named any replacement.…
UK.gov Ploughs Cash Into Creaky Police Technology
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
£100m funding for unified IT systems, biometrics, data exploitation The British government has sunk £100m into efforts to link up cops’ IT systems, boost resource-sharing and develop digital forensics.…
Do You Work In A Regulated Industry?
2nd Aug 2018 [17 days ago] from The Register
If so, then this latest Reg survey is for you Study  Dealing with regulated data and applying strict controls to ensure compliance is life as usual in many industries.…
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