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British And US Militaries Drone Swarm Hackathon Definitely Isnt About Army Tech
13th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Its about fighting fires, not starting them, say defence bods The British military has commissioned a hackathon to develop drone swarms – while claiming that its definitely not about developing dual-use military tech.…
One Click And Youre Out: UK Makes It An Offence To View Terrorist Propaganda Even Once
13th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Oh snap. UK netizens better hope they dont have twitchy mouse-click finger It will be an offence to view terrorist material online just once – and could incur a prison sentence of up to 15 years – under new UK laws.…
Ever Used VFEmail? No? Well, Chances Are You Never Will: Hackers Wipe Servers, Backups
12th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
The VF now stands for virtually f*cked Secure email service VFEmail became neither of those things after a hacker managed to wipe nearly every server on the site earlier this week.…
Q. Whats A Good Thing To Put Outside A Building Of Spies? A: A Banner Saying Here We Are!
12th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
UKs Huawei handlers are proud of themselves The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) has a giant banner hanging outside declaring its purpose to the world.…
First They Came For Equifax And We Did Nothing Because America. Now They Are Coming For Back-end Systems And Were...
12th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Imag-I-Nation Technologies (no, not that one) fesses up to breach affecting thousands A company that develops and supports software for consumer reports and background checks has admitted to exposing thousands of peoples information to...
Intel SGX Safe Room Easily Trashed By White-hat Hacking Marauders: Enclave Malware Demod
11th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Rather handy for smuggling expensive zero-days onto targets and executing them Security researchers have found that Intels Software Guard Extensions (SGX) dont live up to their name. In fact, were told, they can be used to hide pieces of...
Blue Monday In Infosec: 620 Million Accounts Across 16 Hacked Websites Now For Sale On Dark Web, Seller Claims
11th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Dubsmash, Armor Games, 500px, Whitepages, ShareThis, and more allegedly up for grabs for $$$s in BTC Exclusive  Some 617 million online account details stolen from 16 hacked websites are on sale from today in bulk on the dark web, according...
Network Kit Biz Phoenix Takes Heat As Flaws Could Leave Industrial Control System Security In Ashes
11th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Oil, gas, maritime systems affected by latest bug findings Companies running a popular brand of industrial Ethernet switch are being advised to update their firmware ASAP following a series of bug disclosures.…
Patch This Run(DM)c Docker Flaw Or You Be Illin... Tricky Containers Can Root Host Boxes. Its Like That – And Thats The Way It Is
11th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Doomsday scenario unless devops crowd walks this way Aleksa Sarai, a senior software engineer at SUSE Linux GmbH, has disclosed a serious vulnerability affecting runc, the default container runtime for Docker, containerd, Podman, and...
Now Is The Winter Of Our Disk Contents: Decision On Lauri Loves Seized Gear Due Next Week
11th Feb 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Accused hacker can write Reg headlines. Who knew? Lauri Love will find out whether he is getting his computers back from the National Crime Agency on 19 February, a judge ruled today.…
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