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SPOILER Alert: Intel Chips Hit With Another Speculative Execution Flaw
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Memory operations leak data that simplifies known attack techniques Further demonstrating the computational risks of looking into the future, boffins have found another way to abuse speculative execution in Intel chips.…
Alphabet Snoop: If Youre OK With Google-spawned Chronicle, Hold On, Hold On, Dipping Into Your Intranet Traffic, Wait, Wait
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
No, no, its not an April Fools yet. Backstory wants to sniff your packets for hackers RSA  Google-spawned security outfit Chronicle this week unveiled a service that analyzes telemetry data from customers networks to detect cyber-attacks...
Oh No Xi Didnt?! Chinas Hackers Nick Naval Tech Blueprints, Diddle With Foreign Elections To Boost Trade – New Claim
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
In the Navy, you can sail the 7 seas! In the Navy, youll get hacked by the Chinese! RSA  Researchers claim to have uncovered a five-year Chinese hacking operation aimed at bolstering Beijings naval might and trade deals to the detriment...
When 2FA Means Sweet FA Privacy: Facebook Admits It Slurps Mobe Numbers For More Than Just Profile Security
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
This isn’t a mistake now, this is clearly an intentional product choice says ex-CSO Stamos Another week, another Facebook privacy storm.…
McAfee: Oops, Our Bad. Sharpshooter Malware Was The Norks Lazarus Group The Whole Time
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Access to CnC server data shows state hackers werent smart enough for false flags McAfee (the antivirus firm, not John the dodgy "playboy") reckons the Sharpshooter malware campaign it uncovered in late 2018 is the work of North Korean...
Armor Games Admits All Its Users Deets Slurped In Mega Breach As Site Moves To Repair Chink
4th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
We were caught in hack that bled 617 million online accounts Armor Games (AG) has confirmed that 100 per cent of its users were caught up in the mega breach that saw the details of 617 million online accounts hacked from 16 hacked websites...
Ah, This Military GPS System Looks Shoddy But Expensive. Shall We Try To Break It?
4th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Did we say break? We meant test its survivability Who, Me?  Hello, dear readers. We see youve come for your weekly dose of Who, Me? to shake off this serious case of the Mondays.…
WannaCry-hero Hutchins Trial Date Set, Microsoft Readies Googles Spectre V2 Fix For Windows 10, Coinhive Axed, And More
2nd Mar 2019 [16 days ago] from The Register
PS: Update Adobe ColdFusion, Cisco WebEx Meetings, Nvidia drivers with security fixes Roundup  Heres your weekend rapid-fire roundup of infosec news, ahead of next weeks RSA Conference, beyond what weve already covered.…
When The Bits Hit The FAN: US Military Accused Of Knackering Russian Trolls, News Orgs IT Gear Amid Mid-term Elections
1st Mar 2019 [17 days ago] from The Register
Despite fried RAID and deleted hard drives, Federal News Agency calls US Cyber Command attack a failure A Russian new service is claiming that US attacks on it and an organisation accused of state-sponsored trolling has left storage systems...
Did You Hear The One About Cisco Routers Using strcpy Insecurely For Login Authentication? Makes You Go AAAAA-AAAAAAAA...
1st Mar 2019 [17 days ago] from The Register
RV110W, RV130W and RV215W models need patching Cisco has patched three of its RV-series routers after Pen Test Partners (PTP) found them using hoary old C function strcpy insecurely in login authentication function.…
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