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Welcome To The 2020s: Booby-trapped Office Files, NSA Tipping Off Windows Code-signing Bugs, RDP Flaws...
14th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Grab your Microsoft, Adobe, SAP, Intel, and VMware fixes now Patch Tuesday  In the first Patch Tuesday of the year, Microsoft finds itself joined by Adobe, Intel, VMware, and SAP in dropping scheduled security updates.…
Apple Calls BS On FBI, AG: Were Totally Not Dragging Our Feet In Murder Probe IPhone Decryption (PS: No Backdoors)
14th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
This isnt the way to make the Cook(ie) crumble Analysis  Apple has responded to a demand from the United States Attorney General William Barr that it grant the FBI access to two iPhones used in a recent shooting by carefully calling bullshit...
Apple Calls BS On FBI, AG Barr After IGiant Accused Of Dragging Its Heels In Murder Probe IPhone Decryption
14th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Thats not the way to try and make the Cook(ie) crumble Analysis  Apple has responded to a demand from the United States Attorney General William Barr that it grant the FBI access to two iPhones used in a recent shooting by carefully calling...
US Hands UK Dossier On Huawei: Really! Still Using Their Kit? Thats Just... One... Step... Beyond
14th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
American security officials fly to London to brief Boris It would be "nothing short of madness" to use Huawei gear in Britains 5G mobile networks, an American national security adviser has reportedly told UK Prime Minister Boris...
Relying On AT&T, Verizon And T-Mob US To Protect You From SIM Swapping? You Better Get Used To Disappointment
13th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Study shows top telcos are naff at fending off cellphone number hijackings Four Princeton University eggheads have published a report showing that the five major US mobile carriers implement weak authentication techniques, leaving customers...
Someone Needs To Go Back To School: Texas District Fleeced For $2.3m After Staff Fall For Devious Phishing Email
13th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
FBI probes massive fraud A miscreant managed to swipe $2.3m from a Texas school district after staff inadvertently wired large sums of public money to the crooks bank account.…
Privacy Activists Beg Google To Ban Un-removable Bloatware From Android
13th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Open letter to Chocolate Factorys Sundar Pichai penned by 50 campaign groups For much of Androids existence, Google has adopted a relatively hands-off approach that lets manufacturers ship units with pre-installed bloatware which, in many...
Whirlybird-driving Infosec Boss Fined After Ranty Blackpool Airport Antics
13th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
His helicopter costs £550/hour to fly, dont you know The managing director of a Manchester-based infosec firm has been fined for flying his helicopter into an air traffic control zone without permission, having first launched a rant at...
UK Data Watchdog Kicks £280m British Airways And Marriott GDPR Fines Into Legal Long Grass
13th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Info Commish has £2m annual legal budget to face off with multinationals The UK Information Commissioners Office has kicked £280m in data breach fines against British Airways and US hotel chain Marriott into the long grass.…
If You Havent Shored Up That Citrix Hole, You Were Probably Hacked Over The Weekend: Exploit Code Now Available
12th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Plus: TikTok clocked, Honey in a sticky situation, Arms PAN mechanisms sidestepped Roundup  Welcome to another Register security roundup. Here are a few stories that caught our eye.…
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