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Oh, SSH, IT Please See This: Malicious Servers Can Fsck With Your PCs Files During Scp Slurps
14th Jan 2019 [5 days ago] from The Register
Data transfer tools caught not checking what exactly theyre downloading A decades-old oversight in the design of Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) tools can be exploited by malicious servers to unexpectedly alter victims files on their client...
This Must Be Some Kind Of Mistake. IT Managers Axed, CEO And Others Wallets Lightened In Patient Hack Aftermath
14th Jan 2019 [5 days ago] from The Register
Executives held to account? And three underlings thanked for their work? What is this madness? The Singaporean government-owned biz responsible for that countrys patient database has fined senior executives, including the CEO, and dismissed...
Cops Told: No, You Cant Have A Warrant To Force A Big Bunch Of People To Unlock Their Phones By Fingerprint, Face Scans
14th Jan 2019 [5 days ago] from The Register
Judge rules compelled use of biometrics runs into Fifth Amendment protections A US judge last week denied police a warrant to unlock a number of devices using biometrics identifiers like fingerprints and faces, extending more privacy to...
Intels Software Guard Caught Asleep At Its Post: Patch Out Now For SGX Give-me-admin Hole
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Chipzilla adds to IT admins security update load While admins were busy wrangling with the mass of security patches from Microsoft, Adobe, and SAP last week, Intel slipped out a fix for a potentially serious flaw in its Software Guard Extensions...
Royal Bank Of Scotland, Natwest Fling New Bank Cards At Folks After Ticketmaster Hack
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Fresh plastic comes six months after ticket flogger fessed up to Magecart malware infection The Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest have issued customers with replacement cards as a result of last year’s Ticketmaster breach that hit around...
RBS Reissues Punters With New Bank Cards After Ticketmaster Breach
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Fresh plastic comes six months after ticket flogger fessed up to Magecart malware infection The Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest have issued customers with replacement cards as a result of last year’s Ticketmaster breach that hit around...
Goddamn The Pusher Man: Nominet Kicks Out Domain Name Hijack Bid
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Lord, hell leave your mind to scream - if you dont renew on time Nominet has thrown out an attempt at reverse domain name hijacking after some, er, pushy Brits tried seizing their old web address from a fast-fingered fellow in...
Poland May Consider Huawei Ban Amid Spy Arrests – Reports
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Chinese hardware biz faces more push-back in Western nations A Polish official has said he couldn’t rule out “legislative changes” to allow the nation to ban the use of a company’s products, following the local arrest of a Huawei...
Nissan EV App Password Reset Prompts User Panic
14th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Looks like a functionality fail rather than a data breach, though Nervous Nissan UK drivers were today assured by the car maker that Connect EV app log-in failures are related to a migration of data onto a new platform rather than anything...
Brit Hacker Hired By Liberian Telco To Nobble Opposition Jailed
13th Jan 2019 [6 days ago] from The Register
Bloke binned at Blackfriars for blasting botnet to bork broadband A 30 year-old man from Surrey has been given 32 months in jail after admitting to a series of DDoS attacks on an African telco.…
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