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Stop Us If Youve Heard This One: Facebook And Twitter Profiles Silently Slurped By Shady Code
25th Nov 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Rogue SDKs covertly harvested personal info, it is claimed Twitter and Facebook on Monday claimed some third-party apps quietly collected swathes of personal information from peoples accounts without permission.…
Get Ahead Of The Cyber-criminals Using Training And Advice From SANS Manchester In 2020
24th Nov 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Keep up with the latest threats – and learn how to stop them Promo  The IT security landscape changes by the second, as organisations move to new technologies and data thieves devise increasingly ingenious ways to penetrate systems....
T-Mobile US Hacked, Monero Wallet App Infected, Public Info Records On 1.2bn People Leak From Database...
23rd Nov 2019 [17 days ago] from The Register
...OnePlus also compromised, and much more Roundup  Time for another roundup of all the security news thats fit to print and that we havent covered yet.…
RDP Loves Company: Kaspersky Finds 37 Security Holes In VNC Remote Desktop Software
22nd Nov 2019 [17 days ago] from The Register
BlueKeep isnt the only bug in town, plenty to go round VNC remote desktop software has no shortage of potentially serious memory-corruption vulnerabilities, youll no doubt be shocked to hear.…
Bad News: Unblockable Web Trackers Emerge. Good News: Firefox With UBlock Origin Can Stop It. Chrome, Not So Much
21st Nov 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Ad-tech arms race continues: DNS system exploited to silently follow folks around the web Developers working on open-source ad-blocker uBlock Origin have uncovered a mechanism for tracking web browsers around the internet that defies todays...
Bon Sang! French Hospital Contracts 6,000 PC-locking Ransomware Infection
21st Nov 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Good news? Theyre not paying the ransom A French hospital has suffered a ransomware attack that reportedly caused the lockdown of 6,000 computers.…
UK Tax Collectors Warn Contractors About Being Ripped-off – And Not By HMRC For A Change
20th Nov 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Self-assessment phishing and phone scam alert raised The UK’s tax authorities have issued an official warning to contractors to watch out for self-assessment scams - and they don’t mean IR35 for a change.…
Orange Is The New Green: Nigeria Scammer Bags $1m While Operating Behind Bars
20th Nov 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Fraudster oversaw operation with contraband phone A convicted fraudster housed in a maximum security prison in Nigeria managed to pull off a $1m (£775,000) online scam from behind bars.…
Amnesty Slams Facebook, Google Over Pervasive Surveillance Business Model
20th Nov 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Rights warriors want governments to actually, yknow, do something – anything Amnesty International says the "pervasive surveillance" practiced by Facebook and Google represents a threat to human rights, a claim the two companies...
UK Public Sector IT Chiefs Shrug Off Breach Threats: The Data We Hold Isnt That Important
20th Nov 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Are you for real? splutters surveyor Sophos Half of UK public sector IT chiefs think the data theyre responsible for protecting is less valuable than private sector information, according to a survey by antivirus firm Sophos.…
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