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UK Home Secretary Doubles Down On Cops Deeply Flawed Facial Recognition Trials
12th Jul 2019 [10 days ago] from The Register
1984 is not an instruction manual, and yet here we are As if further indication was needed of Britains slide into a surveillance state, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has backed highly flawed police trials of facial recognition cameras.…
Train Makers Coder Goes Loco, Choo-choo-chooses To Flee To China With Top-secret Code – Allegedly
11th Jul 2019 [10 days ago] from The Register
Good luck ever finding this guy again after, dare we say, his life jumped the tracks A software developer fled to China from America with vital train transportation system computer code, US prosecutors have alleged.…
Oh, Lovely, A Bipartisan Election Hack Alert Law Bill For Mitch McConnell To Feed Into The Shredder
11th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Proposed legislation would force Homeland Security to sound alarm on voting system intrusions Two US lawmakers are pushing a bipartisan bill that would force the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to alert the public of hacking attempts...
London Cop Illegally Used Police Database To Monitor Investigation Into Himself
11th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
And now hes a convicted criminal – but still in uniform A serving Metropolitan police officer who illegally accessed a police database to monitor a criminal investigation into his own conduct has pleaded guilty to crimes under the Computer...
Wondering How To Whack Zooms Dodgy Hidden Web Server On Your Mac? No Worries, Apples Done It For You
11th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
iGiant acts to protect users Apple has pushed a silent update to Macs, disabling the hidden web server installed by the popular Zoom web-conferencing software.…
Scots NHS Symptom Checker Pings Facebook, Google And Other Ad Peddlers
11th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Privacy, what privacy? You can save our lives but youll never take our data. Oh, damn, you already have Exclusive  NHS Inform, Scotland’s answer to the NHS 111 Online health symptom checker website, is calling user tracking elements...
Dodgy-govt Fave FinSpy Snoopware Is Back And Badder Than Ever For Android And IOS Kit
11th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Dictators, er, er, freedom-loving leaders spyware choice gets upgrade, claims Kaspersky A nasty new variant of the FinSpy snoopware tool that infects and slurps data from Android and iOS phones and tablets is being peddled, were told.…...
Sea Turtle Hackers Head To The Mediterranean, Snag Greeces TLD Registrar As A Souvenir
10th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Chance to hack Hellenic targets better than a bottle of Metaxa Miscreants notorious for hijacking traffic to victims servers by changing their DNS records have been accused of hacking a top domain-name registrar in Greece.…
AMDs SEV Tech That Protects Cloud VMs From Rogue Servers May As Well Stand For... Still Extremely Vulnerable
10th Jul 2019 [11 days ago] from The Register
Evil hypervisors can work out what apps are running, extract data from encrypted guests Five boffins from four US universities have explored AMDs Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) technology – and found its defenses can be, in certain...
Remember Stuxnet? Youll Endure Its Hated-by-critics Sequel If You Dont Patch Your Holey Siemens Industrial Gear
10th Jul 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Power, infrastructure, factory gear can be hijacked by bypassing authentication checks Industrial control software vulnerabilities, which would be perfect for next-gen Stuxnet-style worms to exploit, are as prevalent as ever,...
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