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| |Companies Are Flying Blind On Cybersecurity 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 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 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 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 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 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 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? 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 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 From the Momo Challenge to Mozillas potential insider threats from Aussie staff, and everything in between - its weekly roundup time.
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