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Capita Education Services Accidentally Spaffs Email Addresses In Helpdesk Snafu
22nd Jan 2020 [5 days ago] from The Register
Emailing stuff is hard, mkay? Capita Education Services had a bit of an oopsie yesterday as a new helpdesk system spurted potentially thousands of email addresses at unsuspecting users.…
Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia Accused Of Hacking Jeff Bezos Phone With Malware-laden WhatsApp Message
21st Jan 2020 [5 days ago] from The Register
Source of Amazon bosss steamy pics might not be what was first thought Candid pictures used to threaten Amazon boss Jeff Bezos were exposed not by his current parmours brother, as some have suggested, but through a sophisticated hacking...
No Backdoors Needed: Apple Ditched Plans To Fully Encrypt ICloud Backups After Heavy Pressure From FBI – Claim
21st Jan 2020 [5 days ago] from The Register
Convenient timing for this story to emerge Apple ditched plans to fully encrypt its iCloud backups two years ago after being pressured by the FBI, it is claimed.…
WTF, EFS? Experts Warn Windows Encryption Could Spawn Nasty New Ransomware
21st Jan 2020 [5 days ago] from The Register
Redmonds own security tools could be abused to create hard-to-scrub infections The encryption technology Microsoft uses to protect its own file system could also be turned into a weapon for ransomware attackers.…
Leaving Your Admin Interfaces TLS Cert And Private Key In Your Router Firmware In 2020? Just Netgear Things
20th Jan 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
Finding sparks debate over bug disclosure – and how do you secure a local gateways web control panel Netgear left in its router firmware key ingredients needed to intercept and tamper with secure connections to its equipments web-based...
As Miscreants Prey On Thousands Of Vulnerable Boxes, Citrix Finally Emits Patches To Fill In Hijacking Holes In Gateway And ADC
20th Jan 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
SD-WAN WANOP will have to wait a few days, though Citrix has rushed out official fixes for the well-publicised vuln in some of its server products after miscreants were seen deploying their own custom patches that left a backdoor open for...
Citrix Emits Patches To Stop RCE-holes Fiddling With Gateway And ADC
20th Jan 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
SD-WAN WANOP will have to wait a few days, though Citrix has rushed out official fixes for the well-publicised vuln in some of its server products after miscreants were seen deploying their own custom patches that left a backdoor open for...
Ubisoft Sues Handful Of Gamers For DDoSing Rainbow Six: Siege
20th Jan 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
Two Germans, a Nigerian, and a Dutchman walk into a bar. What happens next? A lawsuit, of course Game developer Ubisoft has lodged a claim against the owners of a website that allegedly sells DDoS attacks against the servers of its best-selling...
LastPass Stores Passwords So Securely, Not Even Its Users Can Access Them
20th Jan 2020 [6 days ago] from The Register
Login management service sulks in days-long TITSUP* for some Password manager LastPass appears to have had a big night out on Friday, to the point where the service needed a lenghty lie down over the weekend. In fact, for some users it...
Hospital Hacker Spared Prison After Plod Find Almost 9,000 Cardiac Images At His Home
20th Jan 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
NHS working with cops and ICO to determine if patients must be told A Stoke-on-Trent hospital administrator has avoided prison after hacking his NHS trust and helping himself to almost 9,000 heart scan images.…
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