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Update Firefox: Mozilla Just Patched Three Hijack-me Holes And A Bunch Of Other Flaws
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Plus: Zoom fixes code-execution security bugs Mozilla has emitted security updates for Firefox to address eight CVE-listed security flaws, five of them considered to be high-risk vulnerabilities.…
Anatomy Of A Business Email Scam: FBI Dossier Details How Fraudster Pocketed $500k+ By Redirecting Payments
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Electrolux, construction biz fooled into handing over money funneled out of the US to South Africa A fraudster has admitted he tricked two suppliers into paying him more than $500,000 by impersonating staff at a subcontractor and a retail...
$5bn+ Sueball Bounces Into Googles Court Over Claims It Continues To Track Netizens In Private Browsing Mode
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Youve not heard this one before but it does sound familiar Google has been sued for billions of dollars in a proposed class action alleging the adtech company identified and tracked users who adopted its browsers incognito mode to avoid...
Defending Critical National Infrastructure... Hmm. Does Zoom Count As Critical Now?
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
All the old lines are getting pretty darn blurred, say security experts at Euro online confab Infosec Europe  Does your IT security model take into account things like pacemakers? According to Dr Victoria Baines, speaking at Infosec Europe,...
Tor Soups Up Onion Sites With Bountiful Browser Bump: No More Tears Trying To Find The Secure Sites You Want
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Latest Tor Browser iteration makes the dark web a bit more memorable The Tor Project this week rolled out an update to its browser that attempts to make the anonymity-protecting onion routing scheme more approachable.…
Cisco Hacked: Six Backend Servers Used By Customer VIRL-PE Deployments Compromised Via SaltStack
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Plus other news from infosec land this week Roundup  Six Cisco-operated servers were hacked via SaltStack security vulnerabilities, the networking giant revealed this week.…
Remember When Republicans Said Dems Hacked Voting Systems To Rig Georgias Election? There Were No Hacks
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
No evidence of damage to network or computers, no evidence of theft, damage, or loss of data On November 4th, 2018, now-Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp announced an investigation into his rival Democratic party, accusing the organization...
Great News. Patch Load Drops 20% For The First Time In 10 Years. Bad News: Well, Youve Heard About Coronavirus?
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Fix the crits, sort out the rest later Over the first quarter of 2020, the number of security bugs disclosed by software makers fell 20 per cent though not for any of the right reasons, it seems.…
Its Not Every Day The NSA Publicly Warns Of Attacks By Kremlin Hackers – So Take This Critical Exim Flaw Seriously
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
GRU crew actively exploit hole – but you patched it months ago, right? The NSA has raised the alarm over what it says is Russias active exploitation of a remote-code execution flaw in Exim for which a patch exists.…
NTT Warns Its Singapore Cloud Was Hacked, Japanese Customer Data Compromised
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Early May attack hit 600-plus hosting and cloud customers Global system integrator NTTs Japanese subsidiary NTT Communications ahas said someone hacked their way into its hosting and cloud services in an incident that potentially exposed...
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