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Firefox To Burn FTP Out Of Its Browser, Starting Slowly In Version 77 Due In April
20th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Already sin-binned it in 2018, will keep it around in extended support until 2021, and is way behind Chrome Firefox has decided it’s time to burn the browser’s FTP connections.…
What Do You Not Want Right Now? A Bunch Of Cisco SD-WAN, Webex Vulnerabilities? Here Are A Bunch Of Them
19th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Switchzilla says remote networking gear has a grab-bag of holes Cisco has issued a series of security updates for its SD-WAN and Webex software, just when theyre most needed.…
Russian State-sponsored Hackers Have Been Sniffing Middle East Defence Firms, Warns Trend Micro
19th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Artists variously known as Pawn Storm and APT28 are still at it The Russian hacking crew known variously as APT28, Fancy Bear and Pawn Storm has been targeting defence companies with Middle Eastern outposts, according to Trend...
Oh-so-generous Ransomware Crooks Vow To Hold Back From Health Organisations During COVID-19 Crisis
19th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Dont take their word for it. Governments need to up their security game, says security firm Ransomware operators of DoppelPaymer and Maze malware stated that they will not target medical organisations during the current pandemic.…
Hong Kong Makes Wearable Trackers Mandatory For New Arrivals, Checks In With ‘surprise Calls’ Too
18th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Government CIO promises they don’t record location, just change of location Hong Kong has made it mandatory for all new arrivals to wear an “electronic wristband” that links to a smartphone to provide location-tracking services, so...
Forget James Bonds Super-gadgets, This Chap Spied For China Using SD Card Dead Drops. Now Hes Behind Bars
18th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Tour operator used job as cover while acting as a data mule for Beijing, stealing secrets from US company An American citizen will spend the next four or so years behind bars in the US for smuggling corporate secrets out of the states to...
Dear Adobe, Trend Micro Users: Please Vaccinate Your Software – At Least Some Of These Security Holes Were Exploited In The Wild
18th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Genuine Integrity doesnt exactly live up to its name A little more than a week after forgoing Marchs Patch Tuesday hullabaloo, Adobe has emitted fixes for dozens of security flaws in its applications.…
Freedom Of Information Coverup Clerk Stung For £2k After Deleting Council Audio Recording
18th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
ICO notches up first successful FoI prosecution A town clerk in the English county of Shropshire has been the subject of the first ever successful Freedom of Information prosecution after lying to a member of the public who made an FoI...
Small Business Loans App Blamed As 500,000 Financial Records Leak Out Of ... You Guessed It, An Open S3 Bucket
18th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Bank info, drivers license copies and more found, report researchers A now-defunct mobile app for loaning money to small business owners has been pinned down as the source of an exposed archive containing roughly 500,000 personal and business...
Pervasive Digital Surveillance Of Citizens Deployed In COVID-19 Fight, With Rules That Send Genie Back To Bottle
17th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from The Register
Israel is up for it. Washington, Iran and Thailand may be too. China is there already, natch Pervasive surveillance through digital technologies is the business model of Facebook and Google. And now governments are considering the web giants...
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