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Stuck Inside With Nothing To Do? Apple Fires Out Security Fixes For IOS, MacOS, Wrist-puters... And Something Weird Called ITunes For...
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Dozens of bugs swatted in latest Cupertino updates Apple has emitted a bundle of security fixes ranging across its product lines.…
Adobe Debuts Disk-cleaning Tool Cleverly Disguised As An Arbitrary File Deletion Bug In Creative Cloud
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Patch this flaw, unless you want random docs to wipe out your work Adobe has issued a patch for a critical flaw that can be exploited to delete files from computers running Windows client for Creative Cloud.…
Watch Live Online This Week: Why You Need Managed Detection And Response
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Integrate your disconnected products and management if you want to survive Webcast  In a recent survey, nine out of 10 organisations that suffered a significant security attack were running up-to-date cybersecurity software. They did what...
Got Your Number? Maybe. 118 118 Money Shutters Website After Spotting An Intruder
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
No word on what digi burglars lifted Directory enquiry service 118 118 has yanked offline the website for its finance division after detecting unauthorised access by a person or persons unknown, The Register can reveal.…
Memcached Has A Crash-me Bug, But Hey, Only About 83,000 Public-facing Servers Appears To Be Running It
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Yes, you may have detected some sarcasm An annoying security flaw been disclosed and promptly fixed in the fairly popular memcached distributed data-caching software.…
Its 2020 And Hackers Are Still Hijacking Windows PCs By Exploiting Font Parser Security Holes. No Patch, Either
23rd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Spreading in the wild, no vaccine, people told to distance themselves from dodgy sources... sounds familiar Hackers are commandeering victims Windows PCs by exploiting at least one remote-code-execution flaw in the Adobe Type Manager Library...
It’s Time To Track Peoples Smartphones To Ensure They Self-isolate During This Global Pandemic, Says WHO Boffin
23rd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Suspected carriers need to stay home – and we should use their phones to monitor them, were told Tracking the movements of suspected COVID-19 coronavirus carriers has proved an essential tool in controlling the pandemic, says Professor...
No, The Head Of The World Health Organization Has Not Emailed You – Its A Message Laced With Malware
22nd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
On the other hand, these Pwn2Own results are legit Roundup  It is time for another Reg security summary.…
Bored During Lockdown? Why Not Try Out These Data-spilling KrØØk Wi-Fi Bug Exploits Against Your Nearby Devices
20th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Its not like you can snoop on anyone right now anyway, right? Proof-of-concept exploit code has emerged for last months data-leaking KrØØk vulnerability present in a billion-plus Wi-Fi-connected devices and computers.…
Online Face Mask Sales Scams, 400% Uptick Of Coronavirus Phishing Reports: Brit Cops Workload Shifts Online Along With The Nations
20th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Criminal scum use pandemic as golden business opportunity British police are saying coronavirus-related fraud reports have spiked by 400 per cent over the past six weeks as the COVID-19 illness continues its inexorable march through humanity.…...
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