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Sueball Locked, Loaded And Pointed At LinkedIn Over IOS Privacy Naughtiness
13th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Company aware and reviewing the lawsuit, not your clipboard. Honest Microsofts social-media-for-suits tentacle, LinkedIn, has attracted legal fire for allegedly peering at the clipboard of iOS devices.…
Better Get Grandma Off Windows 7 Because Zero-day Bug In Zoom Allows Remote Code Execution On Vintage OS
13th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Plus: Kazakh man charged with corporate mega-hack, and more In brief  With world+dog on Zoom these days, news of a zero-day attack against the videoconferencing app would cause a stir, but relax – its only if youre on Windows 7 or...
Trump Reveals US Cyber-attack On Russian Election-misdirection Troll Farms
13th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Maybe Donald isn’t in love with Vlad after all – but he did just give Russia attribution and maybe a peek at tradecraft US president Donald Trump has revealed that in 2018 he authorized an attack on suspected-to-be-state-sponsored Russian...
How To Make Your IT Security Go Beyond Your Network – And Make People Your Perimeter
12th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Okta to highlight zero-trust security later this month Webcast  So-called zero-trust security architecture is essentially a real-life version of what everybody fails to get right in spy thrillers. While agents carefully check their perimeter,...
An Email Banning Our Staff From Using TikTok? Haha, Funny Story About That, We Didnt Mean It – Amazon
10th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Shock TikTok block clocked, unblocked as poppycock amid media aftershock Amazon today said an internal email banning its staff from using TikTok on smartphones connected to their corporate inboxes was sent in "error." The admission –...
Tony Blair Tells Russian Infosec Conference That Cross-border Infosec Policies Need More Gov Intervention
10th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Just what Vladimir Putins favourite bank wanted to hear, no doubt Former UK prime minister Tony Blair has declared that governments cant "take 10 years to catch up” with cyber crims – while speaking at an infosec conference organised...
TomTom Bill Bomb: Why Am I Being Charged For Infotainment? I Sold My Car Last Year, Rages Reg Reader
10th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Mazda shrugs off ex-owners bizarre involuntary data retention story A UK man who woke up one morning to discover his bank account being charged for satnav services linked to a car hed sold months previously has expressed his frustration...
Blaming An Auditing Bungle, Digicert Says It Will Shovel Some 50,000 EV HTTPS Certs Into The Furnace This Saturday
9th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Youve got less than 42 hours to regenerate your certificates DigiCert says, come Saturday, July 11, it will revoke tens of thousands of encryption certificates issued by intermediaries that were not properly audited.…
FYI: Someones Scanning For Gateways With Those Security Holes Citrix Told You Not To Worry Too Much About
9th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Hackers hit honeypots hours after CISO downplays risk This week Citrix tried to reassure everyone the 11 security flaws it just patched in its network perimeter products werent all that bad. Well, we hope theyre right because someones scanning...
How To Build A Cyber Threat Intelligence Program While Cutting Through The Noise
9th Jul 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Tune in this month to hear from Anomali – and get a handle on separating good data from clutter Webcast  The advantages of having decent threat intelligence in place are many and various, as the threat landscape continues to widen...
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