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FBI Confirms: FaceApp Image-slurper Poses A Possible Intelligence Threat From Russia
2nd Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
Feds tell Congress that Russian apps are a real security risk Users who fire up FaceApp for fun might be unknowingly putting national security at risk, according to the US Feds.…
Welcome Back From The Holiday, Americans! Heres Who Leaked Data While You Were Away
2nd Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
TrueDialog, Mixcloud, Magento Marketplace expose accounts Thanksgiving is an ideal time to either hack (IT admins need holidays too) or to drop news of hacks (because no ones reading much news) so heres your roundup of the weekends...
Europol Wipes Out 30,000+ Piracy Sites, Three Suspects Cuffed To Walk The Legal Plank
2nd Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
Aw man, I was still downl...err.. great work everyone! Europol says its latest piracy takedown netted three arrests and more than 30,000 website takedowns.…
Judge To Interview Assange Over Claims Spanish Security Firm Snooped On Him During Ecuador Embassy Stint
2nd Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
Video link request from September finally granted Julian Assange will be interviewed via video link by a judge investigating claims that a Spanish company orchestrated a spying operation against him while he resided in the Ecuadorian...
Challenge Yourself And Level Up Your IT Security Skills At This SANS London Training Event
1st Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
Arm yourself with the latest cybersecurity know-how Promo  As more and more organisations move to new technologies, data thieves constantly try to find ingenious new ways of penetrating even the most well-protected systems.…
The Blame Game: When Hackers Steal Your Data, Is It A Corporate Failure – Or The Attackers Fault?
1st Dec 2019 [8 days ago] from The Register
Or a mix of both? Sponsored  Organisations are attacked every day: cybercriminals gain a foothold within the corporate network, and data is stolen and operations disrupted. The target of an attack could be your employer, a customer, a...
Google Caught A Russian State Hacker Crew Uploading Badness To The Play Store
28th Nov 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Adtech firm also sent 12k phishing warnings to users of its services Google has said it fired off 12,000 warnings to unlucky users of its GMail, Drive and YouTube services telling them that they’re being phished by state-backed...
Cloudy Biz Datrix Locks Down Phishing Attack In 15 Mins After Fat Thumb Triggers Email Badness
28th Nov 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
You can be fast but theyre always faster Cloud-n-comms biz Datrix has suffered a phishing attack that resulted in some customers contact details being compromised – though the company reckons it contained the attack within 15...
This Week, We Give Thanks To Fortinet For Reminding Us What Awful Crypto With Hardcoded Keys Looks Like
27th Nov 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Plus more from the world of infosec Roundup  Heres a summary of recent infosec news beyond what weve already covered – earlier than usual because some of us have Thanksgiving to get through in the US. By the way, watch out for hackers...
Ethical Hackers Say: Its Just Hacker. To Be One Is No Longer A Bad Thing
27th Nov 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Great and good of pentesting chew the fat with El Reg Ethical hacking is a "redundant term" but to be a "hacker" is no longer a bad thing, according to proponents of the cybersecurity art form known as "penetration testing".…
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