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Got $50k Spare? Then You Can Crack SHA-1 – So OpenSSH Is Deprecating Flawed Hashing Algo In A Near-future Release
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
The price will only go down Updated  The maintainers of OpenSSH, the widely used toolkit for connecting securely to servers and devices over networks, have warned that the SHA-1 algorithm will be disabled in a "near-future release".…...
Cybercrooks Tend To Prefer Google-branded Phishing To Microsoft-flavoured Lures
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
So says Barracuda Networks, anyway Digital rogues are shunning Microsoft in favour of Google when it comes to launching branded spear-phishing attacks, according to threat intel firm Barracuda Networks.…
You, Apple Mac Fan. Put Down The Homemade Oat-milk Latte, You Need To Patch A Load Of Security Bugs, Too
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Patch Thursday is for you, Patch Tuesday is for everyone else Apple has alerted users about a bunch of security fixes for its software on supported versions of macOS that you ought to install as soon as you can.…
Why Zero Trust Security Needs Strong Hardware Foundations
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Intel vPro platform provides hardware level of trust Sponsored  Sometimes it feels like the hackers and malware creators are in an arms race with the teams tasked with protecting systems and data. New tools and technologies are being deployed...
26 Million Logins Believed To Be Stolen From LiveJournal In 2017 Pop Up On Hacker Forum
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Best change any recycled credentials from your blogging days Russian-owned blogging service LiveJournal has reportedly suffered a hack affecting 26 million user accounts.…
Oh Cool, Tech Service Prices Are Plummeting. And By Tech Services, We Mean Botnet Rentals And Stolen Credit Cards
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Supply and demand in action Crime has never been cheaper to pull off, so long as youre not particular about quality.…
Microsoft Blocks Trend Micro Code At Center Of Driver Cheatware Storm From Windows 10, Rootkit Detector Product Pulled From Site
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Twist in drivergate scandal Updated  Microsoft has blocked a Trend Micro driver from running on Windows 10 – and Trend has withdrawn downloads of its rootkit detector that uses the driver – after the code appeared to game Redmonds...
Mulled Chrome API Shines Light On Long-neglected Privacy Gap: Sites Can Snoop On Your Find-in-page Searches
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Naughty JS can watch you hit control+F, start typing, see whats on your mind Updated  A browser feature being developed for the open-source Chromium platform has raised data-leakage privacy concerns – though the Google engineers working...
India Said Its Coronavirus Contact-tracing App Is Perfect... Adds Bug Bounty And Open-sources It Anyway
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
As the legalese changes to extend data retention period India has open-sourced its Aarogya Setu contact-tracing app and announced a bug bounty programme to detect any security issues.…
US Lawmakers Get A Second Shot At Forcing FBI Agents To Obtain A Warrant Before They Leaf Through Web Histories
3rd Jun 2020 [one month ago] from The Register
Bi-partisan amendment aims to take away easy access to your online life US lawmakers will get another vote on whether the FBI must get a warrant before agents can search Americans’ search and web-browsing histories.…
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