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Mass Twitter Account Hacking Enlists Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Others To Promote Bitcoin Scam In Huge Security Fail
15th Jul 2020 [30 days ago] from The Register
Miscreants have already obtained more than $110K from the credulous The Twitter accounts of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, and other celebrities were briefly taken over on Wednesday, along with the accounts of various...
If Microsoft 365 Security Is So Great, Why Do Its Customers Keep Getting Hacked?
15th Jul 2020 [30 days ago] from The Register
Agility is a casualty when you own most of the enterprise email market Sponsored  Microsoft 365 is so ubiquitous these days that its difficult to avoid. It succeeded in part because it filled a yawning gap in email, adding security to...
Its Patch Blues-day For Outlook: Microsofts Email Client Breaks Worldwide After Dodgy Software Update
15th Jul 2020 [30 days ago] from The Register
Admins sent scrambling as latest patch blamed for crashes Microsofts desktop email client Outlook has stopped working worldwide for countless users, whether they are using it with an on-premises Exchange server or with the Office 365...
Cambridge Student Rebuilds Polish Enigma-code-breaking Box That Paved The Way For Turing ... And Victory!
15th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Marian Rejewskis cyclometer recreated in hardware for first time in decades A Cambridge post-graduate student has recreated the “cyclometer”, the decryption device devised by Polish mathematicians that informed Alan Turing’s later...
Citrix Denies Dark Web Claim Of Network Compromise And Ransomware Attack
14th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Says third party holding some business contact information has had trouble but its own infrastructure remains safe Citrix has taken the unusual step of rebutting dark web discourse that alleges its networks have been compromised.…
Old-school Security Hole Perfect For Worms And Remote Hijackings Found Lurking In Windows Server DNS Code
14th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Youll want to patch that – and all these other bugs fixed by Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe, VMware, SAP, Google Patch Tuesday  Microsoft on Tuesday patched a wormable hole in its Windows Server software that can be exploited remotely to commandeer...
So Kind Of SAP NetWeaver To Hand Out Admin Accounts To Anyone, Literally Anyone. Youll Want To Patch This
14th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
10 out of 10: Great in a test score, less good when its for the severity of a flaw SAP customers are being advised to update their software immediately following the disclosure of a critical remote takeover vulnerability that maxed out...
Burn Baby Burn, Infosec Inferno: Just 21% Of Security Pros Havent Considered Quitting Their Current Job
14th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Chartered Institute of Information Security finds many overworked, under-resourced, stressed Almost one in five infosec pros have quit a job due to overwork or burnout caused by the constant pressure of keeping things safe and doing so...
Collabera Hacked: IT Staffingnservices Giant Hit By Ransomware, Employee Personal Data Stolen
13th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Crooks made off with everything needed for ID theft Hackers infiltrated Collabera, siphoned off at least some employees personal information, and infected the US-based IT consultancy giants systems with ransomware.…
Guilty: Russian Miscreant Who Hacked LinkedIn, Dropbox, Formspring, Stole 200-million-plus Account Records
13th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Yevgeniy Nikulin faces up to 10 years in a US cooler The Russian hacker accused of hacking LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, and obtaining data on 213 millions user accounts, has been found guilty in San Francisco.…
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