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FYI: Yeah, The Cops Can Force Your Finger Onto A Suspects IPhone To See If It Unlocks, Says Judge
24th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Unsealed warrant in Massachusetts adds to growing privacy debate Analysis  A US judge gave the cops permission to force peoples fingers onto seized iPhones to see who could unlock them, a newly unsealed search warrant has revealed.…
Sophos Antivirus Tools. Working Windows PC. Latest Patch Tuesday Fixes. Pick Two: PCs Knackered By Bad Combo
24th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Two weeks and counting, and no sign of a fix from Redmond Unlucky Sophos antivirus users face a dilemma: either uninstall the software, or install Aprils Windows security fixes. Thats because having both in place at the same time will bork...
Were Not Omnipotent, Trills National Cyber Security Centre In Open-armed Pitch To UK Biz
24th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
If we all chip in, we can help secure old Blighty Cyber UK 2019  "Were talking about how to design telecoms systems properly for the long term," National Cyber Security Centre CEO Ciaran Martin told press at UK.govs infosec event in Glasgow...
Brit Spy Chief: We Need Trust Or We Wont Have A Licence To Operate In Cyberspace
24th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
GCHQ U-turns, wants Joe Public onside as well as industry Cyber UK 2019  GCHQs director-general has called for more public trust in the controversial British spy agency.…
Like That Other Bloke Who Rose From The Grave, The El Reg Security Desk Is Back This Week...
22nd Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
...and heres a quick summary of whats been going down in infosec land Roundup  Welcome back, Brits, from your Easter break – assuming you werent working or on-call over the four-day weekend.…
Wannacry-slayer Marcus Hutchins Pleads Guilty To Two Counts Of Banking Malware Creation
19th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
I regret these actions and accept full responsibility for my mistakes Marcus Hutchins, the British security researcher who shot to fame after successfully halting the Wannacry ransomware epidemic, has pleaded guilty to crafting online bank-account-raiding...
Defense Against The Darknet, Or How To Accessorize To Defeat Video Surveillance
19th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Boffins from Belgium break people recognition software with a colorful placard A trio of Belgium-based boffins have created a ward that renders wearers unrecognizable to software trained to detect people.…
Not One Of The 12 Steps: Rehab Patients Details Exposed In Publicly Visible Database
19th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Researcher disturbed at availability of very personal data More than two years of billing records from a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center were made freely available on the internet, a security researcher has discovered.…
Old-school Cruel: Dodgy PDF Email Attachments Enjoying A Renaissance
19th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Lets go back... way back The last few months have seen a big increase in malware attacks using PDF email attachments, according to security firm SonicWall.…
Weve Read The Mueller Report. Heres What You Need To Know: ██ ██ ███ ███████ █████ ███ ██ █████...
18th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Trump predicted he was fucked – but he hadnt reckoned on ██████████ Analysis  Its 448 pages of which roughly 50 have been blacked out.…
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