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Trio Indicted After Police SWAT Prank Call Leads To Cops Killing Bloke
24th May 2018 [24 days ago] from The Register
Three men charged over 2017 hoax hostage situation that had a tragic end Three men were this week indicted for their roles in a fatal police "swatting" of a home in Kansas, USA.…
Trio Indicted For 2017 Swatting Death
24th May 2018 [25 days ago] from The Register
Felony charges for "prank" that turned into police shooting Three men have been indicted for their roles in the fatal 2017 swatting of a Kansas home.…
FBI Agents Take Aim At VPNFilter Botnet, Point Finger At Russia, Yell National Security Threat
24th May 2018 [25 days ago] from The Register
Feds warn admins malware is rather tough to destroy The FBI says it is taking steps to stop the spread of the VPNFilter malware and botnet, warning that its a national security issue.…
FBI Moves Against VPNFilter Botnet, Claiming Russian Involvement And National Security Threat
24th May 2018 [25 days ago] from The Register
Warns admins that the malware could be very tough to remove The FBI says it is taking steps to stop the spread of the VPNFilter malware and botnet, warning that its a national security issue.…
Londons Met Police: We Wont Use Facial Recognition At Notting Hill Carnival
24th May 2018 [25 days ago] from The Register
But cops trial of controversial tech will continue London cops will not use controversial and inaccurate facial recognition technology at this years Notting Hill Carnival – in a departure from the trend over the previous two...
Advanced VPNFilter Malware Menacing Routers Worldwide
23rd May 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
Ciscos Talos team says 500k already pwned and leaking data A newly-disclosed malware infection has compromised more than 500,000 home and small office routers and NAS boxes.…
Brit Attorney General: Nation State Cyber Attack Is An Act Of War
23rd May 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
And well, erm, name and shame bad actors MORE LOUDLY Hostile states targeting essential infrastructure and services in Britain should be dealt with in the same way as any other attack against the nation, the UK Attorney General said...
Big Bimmer Bummer: Bavarias BMW Buggies Battered By Bad Bugs
22nd May 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
How much to hack a flash motor? Ask Tencent A security audit conducted by Tencents Keen Security Lab on BMW cars has given the luxury automaker a handy crop of bugs to fix – including a backdoor in infotainment units fitted since...
Bimmer Bummer: Bavarian Buggies Battered By Bugs
22nd May 2018 [26 days ago] from The Register
How much to hack a BMW? Ask Tencent A security audit conducted by Tencents Keen Security LAb on BMW vehicles has given the luxury auto-maker a handy crop of bugs to fix – including a backdoor in infotainment units fitted since...
Brit Water Firms, Power Plants With Crap Cyber Security Will Pay Up To £17m, Peers Told
22nd May 2018 [27 days ago] from The Register
Problem: they cant pay like banks can... Plans to fine Britains national utilities and infrastructure providers £17m for shoddy cyber security will be at the forefront of industrys mind once everyone "gets over" GDPR, peers heard at a...
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