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Your 2.3m Instagram Followers Wont Stop The FBI... Web Star Accused Of Laundering $100m+ Via Cyber-crimes
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
Bloke calling himself Hushpuppi extradited, accused of swiping millions from English Premier League soccer club among others An Instagram super-star with 2.3 million followers has been extradited to America, accused of laundering hundreds...
You May Be Distracted By The Pandemic But FYI: US Senate Panel OKs Backdoors-by-the-backdoor EARN IT Act
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
Proposed Section 230 shake-up passes committee stage with amendments An amended version of Americas controversial proposed EARN IT Act has been unanimously approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee – a key step in its journey to becoming...
Think Of A Number: A Tale Of Iffy Discount Codes, Supermarket Loyalty Cards And Hotels.com
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
Points-powered getaways could cost booking site dear Miscreants have been nabbing supermarket chain Tesco Clubcard discount codes to snap up Hotels.com rewards meant for holders of the retailers loyalty cards.…
Three UK: Were Sending You This SMS To Warn You Not To Pay Attention To Unsolicited Texts
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
So ... CLICK HERE to find out more! A subset of Three UK users have received an SMS message warning them about text message-based spam – complete with a shortlink and textual urgings to click it and learn more.…
Make Sure Youve Patched Your F5 BIG-IP Gear. Exploit Code For Scary Bug Pair Is So Trivial, It Fits In A Tweet
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from The Register
Plus: What? No. No way. People would just do that? Go on Tor and use it to commit crimes? In Brief  Exploit code for the pair of nasty vulnerabilities in F5 Networks BIG-IP application delivery controllers is now doing the rounds, so make...
Barclays Bank Appeared To Be Using The Wayback Machine As A CDN For Some Javascript
3rd Jul 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
Tight-lipped bank has fixed the weirdness - but not said why it happened Barclays Bank appears to have been using no less than the Internet Archives Wayback Machine as a "content distribution network" to serve up a Javascript file.…
Fighting BEC And EAC: Why Whack-a-mole Won’t Work
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
No organisation is immune: Nearly nine in ten experienced these attacks last year Sponsored  Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Email Account Compromise (EAC) are the most expensive cyber threats facing businesses around the globe. The...
F5 Emits Patches For Critical Flaws In BIG-IP Gear: Hopefully Yours Arent Internet-facing And Vulnerable
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
Not to worry, there are only *searches* several thousand devices apparently exposed online Network administrators are urged to patch their F5 BIG-IP application delivery controllers following the disclosure of a pair of critical remote...
Holy Guacamole! Researchers Find Apache Remote Desktop Software Was Silently Pwnable For Snooping On Sessions
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
Best get updating pronto, folks The Apache Projects popular Guacamole open-source remote desktop software contained vulns allowing remote attackers to steal login creds and hijack targeted machines, researchers have said.…
Euro Police Forces Infiltrated Encrypted Phone Biz – And Now Criminal EncroChat Users Are Being Rounded Up
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
Continental capers lead to 750 UK arrests French and Dutch police have boasted of infiltrating and killing off encrypted chat service EncroChat, alleging it was used by organised crime gangs to plot murders, sell drugs, launder criminal...
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