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What The Cell...? Telcos Around The World Were So Severely Pwned, They Didnt Notice The Hackers Setting Up VPN Points
24th Jun 2019 [27 days ago] from The Register
Cybereason lifts lid on highly sophisticated long-running espionage campaign targeting phone carriers Hackers infiltrated the networks of more than ten telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years in some cases, as part of a long-running...
Biz Tells Ransomware Victims It Can Decrypt Their Files... By Secretly Paying Off The Crooks And Banking A Fat Margin
24th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Its all in a lucrative days work for Red Mosquito A Scottish managed services provider is running a lucrative sideline in ransomware decryption – however, a sting operation by a security firm appears to show that “decryption” merely...
Iran Is Doing To Our Networks What It Did To Our Spy Drone, Claims Uncle Sam: Now Theyre Bombing Our Hard Drives
24th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Tehrans hackers are wiping infected machines as tensions spike, fresh sanctions approved Hackers operating on behalf of the Iranian government have turned destructive, warns the US Department of Homeland Security.…
Cisco Cleans Up Critical Flaws, Florida City Forks Out $600k To Ransomware Scumbags, And More From Infosec Land
24th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Your quick guide to what else has been happening in computer security lately Roundup  Heres a quick Monday summary of recent infosec news, beyond what weve already reported.…
Driving Xtreme Cuts: DXC Technology Waves Bye Bye To 45% Of Americas Security Divison
24th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
50 roles shifted off to India DXC Technology is sending hundreds of security personnel from the Americas division down the redundancy chute and offshoring some of those roles to low-cost centres, insiders are telling us.…
Good Old British Fair Play Is The Answer To Vexed Huawei Question, Claims Security Minister
21st Jun 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
He then doubled down on spies ghost user backdoor plan Solving the Huawei 5G security problem is a question of convincing the Chinese to embrace British "fair play", security minister Ben Wallace said yesterday without the slightest hint...
Look, Weve Tried, But We Just Cant Write This Headline Without Saying Boffins Have Probed Uranuss Cold Ring
20th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Cluster of rock and ice a sweltering 77K, were told Astronomers have measured the temperature of one of Uranus’s rings, dubbed Epsilon, for the first time. The result: the cluster of ice and rock is a nippy 77 kelvin.…
Millions Of Windows Dell PCs Need Patching: Give-me-admin Security Gremlin Found Lurking In Bundled Support Tool
20th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Cant spell SupportAssist without ass and u – other makers may be hit, too Dells troubleshooting software SupportAssist, bundled with the US tech titans home and business computers, has a security flaw that can be exploited by malware...
Digi-dosh Exchange Coinbase: Someone Tried To Pwn Our Staff Via This Weeks Firefox Zero-day Security Hole
20th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Patch released after crypto-currency biz sounded alarm The development and release of a critical Firefox security patch this week was, in part, triggered by an attempted cyber-heist of crypto-coin exchange Coinbase.…
Shut The Barn Door: UK Data Watchdog Tells MPs Mass Slurping By Firms Is A Huge Risk To Privacy
20th Jun 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
You need to rifle through my photos why, exactly? Regulators and campaign groups have warned a UK Parliamentary inquiry that the increasing collection, use and storage of data by corporations poses a serious risk to privacy and...
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