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Lets Encrypt Completes Huge Upgrade, Can Now Rip And Replace 200 Million Security Certs In Worst Case Scenario
15th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Plus: SentinelOne picks up Scalyr, fatal flaws in TCP, and a view on Supermicro In brief  Internet Security Research Group nonprofit Lets Encrypt has massively upgraded its certification hardware and software so that it can delete and...
Microsoft Says It Found 1,000-plus Developers Fingerprints On The SolarWinds Attack
14th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
As FireEye reveals how suspicious second phone signed up for 2FA gave the game away Microsoft president Brad Smith says the software giant’s analysis of the SolarWinds hack suggests the code behind the crack was the work of a thousand...
Supermicro Spy Chips, The Sequel: It Really, Really Happened, And With Bad BIOS And More, Insists Bloomberg
12th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Server maker says latest article is a mishmash of disparate allegations Following up on a disputed 2018 claim in its BusinessWeek publication that tiny spy chips were found on Supermicro server motherboards in 2015, Bloomberg on Friday...
Footfallcam Kerfuffle: Firm Apologises, Promises To Fix Product After Viral Twitter Thread, Infoseccer Backlash
12th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Accusations of grey hat infosec consultancy extortion ring drop away after El Reg intervenes A cautionary tale about the dangers posed by affordable Internet of Things devices turned into a much more sinister story after a company threatened...
Apple IOS 14.5 Will Hide Safari Users IP Addresses From Googles Safe Browsing
11th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Another privacy improvement from Cupertino, just a small one Apples forthcoming iOS 14.5 release, currently in beta, will conceal the IP address of Safari web surfers from Googles Safe Browsing service, integrated into Safari to spot fraudulent...
Phishing Awareness Gone Wrong: Facebook Tries To Seize Websites Set Up For Staff Security Training
11th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Antisocial network sued by Proofpoint in scrap over domain names Security biz Proofpoint and its subsidiary Wombat Security Technologies have sued Facebook and its Instagram subsidiary to prevent the seizure of internet domain names used...
Creeped-out Dev Spins Up An Ubuntu VM On Azure Only To Be Immediately Approached By A Canonical Sales Rep
11th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
I always feel like somebodys watching me An Azure customer has expressed outrage after finding himself on the receiving end of an unexpected LinkedIn message from Ubuntu last night.…
Open Source Vulnerabilities Database: Nice Idea But Too Many Google-shaped Hoops To Jump Through At Present
11th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Google Cloud Platform account required, API key comes with TsCs Hands On  Google has big ambitions for its new Open Source Vulnerabilities database, but getting started requires a Google Cloud Platform account and there are other obstacles...
Miscreant Admits He Stole, Traded Victims Nude Vids After Guessing Their Passwords, Security Answers
10th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Nicholas Faber joins accomplice Michael Fish in admitting he raided university portal for sensitive info A college graduate has admitted hacking into the email and social media accounts of female students, stealing their nude photos and...
No Joy For Julian Assange As Uncle Sam Confirms It Will Keep Pushing For WikiLeakers Extradition To America
10th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Biden-era Dept of Justice forced to make call after UK judge blocks on mental health grounds The US Dept of Justice will continue pushing for the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a spokesperson confirmed on...
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