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Buffer The Intel Flayer: Chipzilla, Microsoft, Linux World, Etc Emit Fixes For Yet More Data-leaking Processor Flaws
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Intel CPUs dating back a decade are vulnerable to latest cousin of Spectre Intel on Tuesday plans to release a set of processor microcode fixes, in conjunction with operating system and hypervisor patches from vendors like Microsoft and...
Seize The Chance To Boost Your IT Security Skills: Trio Of Training Events To Choose From
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
SANS brings three immersive training events to London Promo  IT security training specialist SANS Institute is bringing three major training events to London this summer and autumn, each offering a bumper programme of intensive courses...
Its 2019 And A WhatsApp Call Can Hack A Phone: Zero-day Hole Exploited To Pwn Targets Mobes
13th May 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Rap for spyware chaps in chat app voice call trap flap – now everyone patch A security flaw in WhatsApp can be, and has been, exploited to inject spyware into victims smartphones: all a snoop needs to do is make a booby-trapped voice...
Its 2019 So Now Security Vulnerabilities Are Branded Using Emojis: Meet 😾😾😾, A Cisco Router Secure Boot Flaw
13th May 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Its pronounced Thrangrycat: A means to bury spyware deep inside pwned networking gear Security weaknesses at the heart of some of Ciscos network routers, switches, and firewalls can be exploited by hackers to hide spyware deep inside compromised...
Go On, Skippy, Spill Yer Guts: 10.5 Million+ Australians Data Was Breached In Past 3 Months
13th May 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Out of 25 million? Cripes The Office of the Australian Data Information Commissioners quarterly report has revealed that more than 10.5 million Ozzies – about 40 per cent of the lot of them – had their personal data slurped in one...
Baltimore Hit With More Ransomware, ChinaMobile Gets The Boot In The US, And Another Systemd System-doh!
12th May 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Plus, Diachenko strikes again with Indian data find This week, a Symantec boss stepped down, a Chinese hacker was called out, and an AirBnB hidden camera creep was cuffed.…
Panic As Panic Alarms Meant To Keep Granny And Little Timmy Safe Prove A Privacy Fiasco
11th May 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Simple hack turns them into super secret spying tool A GPS tracker used by elderly people and young kids has a security hole that could allow others to track and secretly record their wearers.…
Another Remote-code Execution Hole In Top Database Engine SQLite: How It Works, And Why Not To totally Freak Out
10th May 2019 [16 days ago] from The Register
You know the drill: Patch and stop using C Cisco Talos researchers have uncovered an SQLite use-after-free() vulnerability that could allow an attacker to, in theory, remotely execute code on an affected device.…
Got SQLite? Get Patching: Another RCE-holes Just Been Found
10th May 2019 [16 days ago] from The Register
You know the drill Cisco Talos researchers have uncovered a SQLite use-after-free vulnerability that could allow an attacker to remotely execute code on an affected device.…
Symantec Boss Greg Clark Exits Biz Amid Dismal Financials
10th May 2019 [16 days ago] from The Register
Troubled security house keeps up trend of sudden resignations Greg Clark, CEO and president of Symantec, has "stepped down" suddenly and with no permanent replacement lined up, just as his predecessor did.…
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