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To Catch A Thief, Go To Google With A Geofence Warrant – And It Will Give You All The Details
18th Jan 2020 [8 days ago] from The Register
Investigators ask Chocolate Factory to help them connect the geographic dots At 1030 on April 27, 2019, four unidentified individuals attempted to rob a Brinks armored truck parked outside of Michaels, an art supply and home decor store...
Its Friday, The Weekend Has Landed... And Microsoft Warns Of An Internet Explorer Zero Day Exploited In The Wild
17th Jan 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Plus, WeLeakInfo? Not anymore! Roundup  Welcome to another Reg roundup of security news.…
Nice Guy Hackers Are Seemingly Fixing The Citrix Server Hole, But Leaving A Nasty Present Behind
17th Jan 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
Leave the backdoor. Take the exploit. Hackers exploiting the high-profile Citrix CVE-2019-19781 flaw are now patching the servers to keep others out.…
Stolen Creds Site WeLeakInfo Busted By Multinational Cop Op For Data Reselling
17th Jan 2020 [9 days ago] from The Register
One Irishman and one Dutchman both nicked Two men have been arrested after Britain’s National Crime Agency and its international pals claimed the takedown of breached credentials-reselling website WeLeakInfo.…
Unlocking News: We Decrypt Those Cryptic Headlines About Scottish Cops Bypassing Smartphone Encryption
17th Jan 2020 [10 days ago] from The Register
New perspective on FBI, Interpol demands for backdoors Vid  Police Scotland to roll out encryption bypass technology, as one publication reported this week, causing some Register readers to silently mouth: what the hell?…
Bad News: Windows Security Cert SNAFU Exploits Are All Over The Web Now. Also Bad: Citrix Gateway Hole Mitigations Dont Work For Older Kit
16th Jan 2020 [10 days ago] from The Register
Good news: There is none. Well, apart from you can at least fully patch the Microsoft blunder Vid  Easy-to-use exploits have emerged online for two high-profile security vulnerabilities, namely the Windows certificate spoofing bug and...
Spanking The Pirates Of Corporate Security? Try A Plimsoll
16th Jan 2020 [11 days ago] from The Register
Execs dont care to keep things shipshape if they dont see a return.... so lets MAKE them Column  On New Years Eve 2019, the good ship Travelex struck the iceberg of ransomware. Thats not a good metaphor, to be honest: when the SS Titanic...
Attention Security Startup Founders: Give Your Fledgling Brit Biz A Boost With Tech Nation’s Free Cyber 2.0 School
16th Jan 2020 [11 days ago] from The Register
Sign up now: The UK governments scheme to help new companies grow and scale is back Promo  If you need to get your new IT security company noticed, the Tech Nation Cyber programme is back, opening its doors for another cohort of British...
Top Euro Court Tells Cops, Spies That Yelling National Security Isn’t Enough To Force ISPs To Hand Over Massive Piles Of Peoples Private...
15th Jan 2020 [11 days ago] from The Register
Decision is preliminary and unenforced, though a good start Analysis  In a massive win for privacy rights, a preliminary ruling from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has made clear that national security concerns do not override citizens’...
What Do Brit Biz Consultants And X-rated Cam Stars Have In Common? Wide Open... AWS S3 Buckets On Public Internet
15th Jan 2020 [11 days ago] from The Register
Exposed: Intimate... personal details belonging to thousands of folks A pair of misconfigured cloud-hosted file silos have left thousands of peoples sensitive info sitting on the open internet.…
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