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Cyber-wrath Of Iran For Top Generals Assassination Hasnt Progressed Beyond Snooping And Nicking Logins... Yet
27th Feb 2020 [11 hours ago] from The Register
Boring! Where are teh 1337 h4x? We want 1337 h4x The Iranian cybercrime group that was expected to spearhead the rogue Middle East nations revenge for the US assassination of General Qasem Soleimani has quite the arsenal at its digital...
Sophos Was Gearing Up For A Private Life – Then Someone Remembered The Bike Scheme
27th Feb 2020 [15 hours ago] from The Register
Due dil 101 Today was meant to be Brit security biz Sophoss last day on the London Stock Exchange following its £3bn purchase by a US venture capital company.…
If Youre Serious About Browser Privacy, You Should Probably Pass On Edge Or Yandex, Claims Dublin Professor
27th Feb 2020 [18 hours ago] from The Register
Merging search and address bar means more data for the tech giants Microsoft Edge and Yandex are "much more worrisome" compared to Brave, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, according to a paper on browser privacy (PDF) published this week.…
Wi-Fi Of More Than A Billion PCs, Phones, Gadgets Can Be Snooped On. But Youre Using HTTPS, SSH, VPNs... Right?
26th Feb 2020 [27 hours ago] from The Register
Encryption keys forced to zero by chip-level KrØØk flaw A billion-plus computers, phones, and other devices are said to suffer a chip-level security vulnerability that can be exploited by nearby miscreants to snoop on victims encrypted...
After Blowing $100m To Snoop On Americans Phone Call Logs For Four Years, What Did The NSA Get? Just One Lead
26th Feb 2020 [29 hours ago] from The Register
Section 215 more useless than we suspected yet they still want to keep it The controversial surveillance program that gave the NSA access to the phone call records of millions of Americans has cost US taxpayers $100m – and resulted in...
Zyxel Storage, Firewall, VPN, Security Boxes Have A Give-anyone-on-the-internet-root Hole: Patch Right Now
26th Feb 2020 [30 hours ago] from The Register
Its 2020 and pre-auth, superuser command injection is still a thing Zyxels network storage boxes, business VPN gateways, firewalls, and, er, security scanners can be remotely hijacked by any miscreant, due to a devastating security hole...
Departing MI5 Chief: Break Chat App Crypto For Us, Kthxbai
26th Feb 2020 [34 hours ago] from The Register
Sir Andrew Parker also claims UK spies are not doing bulk surveillance British spies are once again stipulating that tech companies break their encryption so life is made easier for state-sponsored eavesdroppers.…
Rotherwood Healthcare AWS Bucket Security Fail Left Elderly Patients DNR Choices Freely Readable Online
26th Feb 2020 [39 hours ago] from The Register
Plus birth certificates, job interview data and more A leak of 10,000 records at a Leicestershire care home provider exposed elderly patients wishes not to be resuscitated, detailed care plans and precisely how much councils paid for individual...
Mind The Gap: Google Patches Holes In Chrome – Exploit Already Out There For One Of Them After Duo Spot Code Fix
25th Feb 2020 [2 days ago] from The Register
Pair prove its still possible to engineer malicious code from public source tweaks before official binary releases Google has updated Chrome for Linux, Mac, and Windows to address three security vulnerabilities – and exploit code for...
Apple Tries To Have VirnetX VPN Patent Ruling Overturned Again, US Supremes Say No... Again
25th Feb 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
Still not the last word for VirnetX after 10-year fight The United States Supreme Court has kicked out Apples attempt to overturn a judgement in one of the cases in its 10-year patent fight with VirnetX.…
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