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Bank-account-raiding Goznym Malware Bust: Five Suspects Collared, Five Still On The Run. $100m Feared Stolen
16th May 2019 [9 days ago] from The Register
Most exciting Enid Blyton book yet – Five accused of international fraud? Ten people have been accused of masterminded the theft of roughly $100m from bank accounts using the Goznym malware. Five have been arrested, charged, and are facing...
The Plane, Its Splained, Falls Mainly Without The Brain: We Chat To Boffins Whove Found A Way To Disrupt Landings Using Off-the-shelf Radio...
16th May 2019 [9 days ago] from The Register
DoS cyber-attacks are not just for websites, they may also be for aircraft ILS Video  Aircraft instrument landing systems (ILS) are susceptible to radio signal spoofing using off-the-shelf equipment, boffins have found, calling into question...
Office 365 User Security Practices Are Woeful, Yet Its Still Microsofts Fault When An Org Is Breached
16th May 2019 [10 days ago] from The Register
As soon as defences are sold as a product, hygiene suffers The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has become the latest government body to plead with admins to implement security best practices on Microsofts Office...
Breaking News: Bank-card-slurping Malware Sneaks Into Forbes Mag Subscription Website
15th May 2019 [10 days ago] from The Register
Dead-tree devotees who recently signed up may want to check their statements The Magecart credit-card-skimming malware that is the bane of internet shoppers has been spotted again, this time on the Forbes magazine subscription...
Titan-ic Disaster: Bluetooth Blunder Sinks Googles 2FA Keys, Offers Free Replacements
15th May 2019 [10 days ago] from The Register
A pairing problem makes an account compromise possible, although improbable Google is offering free replacements of its Titan Security Keys, used for two-factor authentication, after finding a security flaw exposed the keys Bluetooth connections...
Google Warns Of Titan(ic) Bluetooth Issue Sinking Its Security Keys, Recalls Early Builds
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
A pairing problem makes an account compromise possible, although improbable Google is recalling some of its Titan Security Keys, used for two-factor authentication, after finding a security flaw exposed the keys Bluetooth connections to...
We Like Transparency And Were A CA, Hackers Hack All Night And We Log All Day
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Cert authority Sectigo funds Lets Encrypt transparency log Let’s Encrypt has wheeled out a new certificate transparency log called Oak, which is funded for a year by the certificates arm of Sectigo (formerly known as Comodo).…
Supreme Court Says Secret UK Spy Courts Judgments Can Be Overruled After All
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
It all went a bit Pete Tong for the Peeping Toms Britains Supreme Court said today that rulings from a secretive UK spy tribunal can now be appealed against after a legal challenge from pressure group Privacy International.…
MI5 Slapped On The Wrist For Serious Surveillance Data Breach
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Auditors poked around for a week after too many Peeping Toms had a trawl Home Secretary Sajid Javid has confessed to Parliament that MI5 bungled the security of "certain technology environments used to store and analyse data," including...
Microsoft Emits Free Remote-desktop Security Patches For WinXP To Server 2008 To Avoid Another WannaCry
14th May 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Plus plenty of other fixes from Redmond and Adobe – and special guest star Citrix Patch Tuesday  It’s that time of the month again, and Microsoft has released a bumper bundle of security fixes for Patch Tuesday, including one for out-of-support...
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