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Hold Off That Rush Into The July 4 Weekend – You May Need This: Microsoft Patches Pwn-by-picture Pitfalls In Win 10
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
Redmond also praised for blocking malware control systems on its clouds Microsoft has emitted a pair of security patches to address flaws in Windows 10 that can be potentially exploited by miscreants to hijack PCs. A victim simply needs...
Users Who Dont Understand How To Encrypt Their Emails Wont Do It
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
Focus on usability to avoid buyer’s remorse, Echoworx advises Sponsored  In its raw form, email isnt the most secure channel for carrying national secrets. It was originally designed for plain text, and plenty of modern mainstream email...
Cisco SMB Kit Harbors Cross-site Scripting Bug: One Wrong Link Click... And Thats Your Router Pwned Remotely
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from The Register
VPN gear vulnerable to remote hijackings Cisco has patched a cross-site scripting vulnerability in two VPN routers it sells to small businesses and branch offices.…
Details Of Beijings New Hong Kong Security Law Revealed: Signals End To More Than Two Decades Of Autonomy
1st Jul 2020 [8 days ago] from The Register
Legislation to root out subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces following year of civil unrest Chinas mainland government has enforced a sweeping national security law in Hong Kong, increasing its hold on the territory in...
Tune In And Watch Live Right Here This Week – Its Your Email Encryption Wake-up Call
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Make a secure digital transformation possible Webcast  Most businesses tell us that they think email encryption is a priority thats part of their digital transformation and cloud migration. But not many of them use the security mechanism...
Things That Happen Every Four Years: Olympic Games, Presidential Elections, And Now New Mac Ransomware
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
EvilQuest targets Mac pirates, poses as legit network security and music tools Security bods are sounding the alarm following the discovery of a rare brand-new strain of Mac ransomware.…
After Six Months Of Stonewalling By Apple, App Maker Goes Public On MacOS Privacy Protection Bypass
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
So much for preventing malicious software from peeking at sensitive files Six months after software developer Jeff Johnson told Apple about a privacy bypass vulnerability opening up protected files in macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina, and the...
It’s Happened Again: AT&T Sued For Allegedly Handing Over SIM Details To Thieves In $1.9m Cryptocoin-con
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Man claims his life savings were lost in theft aided by telco staff ATT has been sued for a second time over claims its staff gave thieves access to a specific individual’s account, who then used it to steal a large chunk of...
Living On A Prayer? Netgear Not Quite Halfway There With Patches For 28 Out Of 79 Vulnerable Router Models
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Its has been 6 months since researchers spotted RCE flaws Netgear has now patched 28 out of 79 vulnerable router models, six months after infosec researchers first noticed security problems potentially allowing an attacker to remotely execute...
NEC Insists Its Face-recog Training Dataset Isnt Biased, But Refuses To Share Details Of Neoface System With UK Court
30th Jun 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Magical Black Box of Suspects to Arrest is updated annually, says firm Facial-recognition technology used by British police forces does not rely on trawling the internet for random face photos to use as training data, an NEC manager told...
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