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Companies Are Flying Blind On Cybersecurity
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from Naked Security
IT managers are flying blind in the battle to protect their companies from cyber attacks, according to a new Sophos survey.
Comcast Security Nightmare: Default ‘0000’ PIN On Everybody’s Account
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from Naked Security
It didnt require an account PIN to switch carriers. Everybody uses 0000, it said, making it easier for customers… and phone hijackers.
Update Now! Critical Adobe ColdFusion Flaw Now Being Exploited
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from Naked Security
Adobe has issued an urgent patch for a critical flaw in the ColdFusion web development platform it says is being exploited in the wild.
Windows IoT Core Exploitable Via Ethernet
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from Naked Security
Microsofts IoT version of Windows is vulnerable to an exploit that could give an attacker complete control of the system.
Apple Gets Bug For Free, While World Sees First $1m Bug Hunter
5th Mar 2019 [13 days ago] from Naked Security
An Argentinian has garnered $1m in bug bounties, while a German researcher has given up on getting any bounty at all from Apple.
YouTube Disables Comments On Millions Of Videos Of Children
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from Naked Security
After big brands pulled ads, YouTube banned millions of comments, closed hundreds of accounts, and sped up development of a predator filter.
TikTok To Pay Record Fine For Collecting Children’s Data
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from Naked Security
Its been a predators playground, where childrens photos have been public by default and trolling adults could message them.
Is A Facebookcoin In The Works?
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from Naked Security
Facebook, Signal and Telegram are all planning cryptocurrencies. But why these companies, why now, and will they be successful?
Anomaly In Pen-test Tool Made Malware Servers Visible
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from Naked Security
A security company was able to track command and control traffic generated by hacking groups thanks to an anomaly in a pen-testing tool.
Monday Review – The Hot 21 Stories Of The Week
4th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from Naked Security
From the Momo Challenge to Mozillas potential insider threats from Aussie staff, and everything in between - its weekly roundup time.
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