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Google Now Minus Google Plus: Social Mini-network Faces Axe In Data Leak Bug Drama
8th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Project Zero would have been all over this – yet it remained under wraps Google has surprised Google+ users – all two of them – by shuttering the service over the next ten months in the wake of a potential data leak.…
SIEM, UBA, UEBA... If Youre Suffering Netsec Acronym Overload, Then Heres Our Handy Guide
8th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Is there a difference and does it matter? Comment  In a little more than 20 years, what quaintly used to be called "network security" has gone from simple firewalling and VLANs to talk of analytics driven by self-learning machine intelligence...
Remember That Lost Memory Stick From Heathrow Airport? The Terrorists Wet Dream? So Does The ICO
8th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Operator fined £120k by UK data watchdog Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) has been fined £120,000 by the UKs data watchdog for the loss of an unencrypted USB memory stick reportedly containing airport security data.…
Which? That Smart Home Camera? The One With The Vulns? Really?
8th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Security experts confounded by consumer orgs assessment Which? Magazine has been called out for recommending a line of smart home cameras with known vulnerabilities.…
Intels Commitment To Making Its Stuff Secure Is Called Into Question
8th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Security is a process or at least an aspiration Intel claims that "protecting our customers’ data and ensuring the security of our products is a top priority" for the semiconductor giant – however, security researcher Stefan Kanthak...
SAP Bug Beatdowns, Apple Gets Nasty With Mac Repairs, Struts Woe, And More From Infosec
6th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Including: US Marines are looking for a few good bugs roundup  This week we all worried about bugged servers, North Korean APTs, and GRU hacking groups.…
What Could Be More Embarrassing For A Russian Spy: Their Info Splashed Online – Or That They Drive A Lada?
5th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Privacy blunder blows cover on 300+ suspected Kremlin agents It has been a busy week for Russian military intelligence – and its about to get busier. A database search of car registrations appears to have outed more than 300 GRU...
Want To Catch Out Russian Spies? Find Out Which Lada They Drive. All Their Info Is Online...
5th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Privacy blunders blow cover on suspected Kremlin agents It has been a busy week for Russian military intelligence – and its about to get busier. A database search of car registrations appears to have outed more than 300 GRU...
Chinese Tech Titans Share Prices Slump After THAT Super Micro Story
5th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Lenovo slides by a fifth, ZTE sinks too on back of server allegations The ripple effect of explosive claims that Chinese government agents slipped snooper chips into Super Micro servers used by Apple and Amazon today dented the share price...
Man The Harpoons: The KRACK-en Reawakens In Updated WPA2 Attack
5th Oct 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Belgium, home of fine chocolate, fries-with-mayo, and Wi-Fi key reinstallation attacks The Belgian researcher who last year gave the world the KRACK attack has returned with what he says is a refined version of the vulnerability.…
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