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Eco-activists Arrested By Brit Cops After Threatening To Close Heathrow With Drones
12th Sep 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Five nabbed over conspiracy to commit a public nuisance Five people have been arrested by the Metropolitan Police for threatening to fly drones around London’s Heathrow airport this Friday to protest climate change.…
Mystery Database Left Open Turns Out To Be Massive Groupon Fraud Ticket Fraud Ring
12th Sep 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
Yes, turns out people still use this voucher biz – who knew? We have a new twist on the "researchers find unprotected public-facing cloud-hosted database" story, as one recently uncovered archive turned out to be at the heart of a years-long...
Watch Live Today: How To Make Your Voice Heard – And Keep Your Staff Safe From Hackers
11th Sep 2019 [12 days ago] from The Register
From thwarting phishing to boosting infosec awareness, weve got it covered Webcast  Security professionals like you have a tough job.…
Infosec Prophet Bruce Schneier (peace Be Upon Him) Is Only As Famous As half Of Salt-N-Pepa
11th Sep 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Totally sane John McAfee up there with Walder Frey, says infosec celeb list Despite billing himself as "the worlds most famous hacker", Kevin Mitnick isnt the infosec personality your grandma is most interested in learning more about.…...
D-Link, Comba Network Gear Leave Passwords Open For Potentially Whole World To See
11th Sep 2019 [13 days ago] from The Register
Manufacturers seem not to care – some routers still awaiting patches DSL modems and Wi-Fi routers from D-Link and Comba have been found to be leaving owners passwords out in the open.…
Required: Massive Email Fraud Bust. Tired: Cops Who Did The Paperwork. Expired: 281 Suspected Con Mens Freedom
10th Sep 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Alleged whaling crooks cuffed in global crime crackdown US prosecutors say 281 suspected criminal hackers around the world have been arrested as part of a massive takedown operation against so-called business email compromise operations....
Its 2019, And Windows PCs Can Be Pwned Via A Shortcut File, A Webpage, An Evil RDP Server...
10th Sep 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Microsoft joins Adobe and SAP in cleaning up security bugs, two of which are under active attack Patch Tuesday  Microsoft, Adobe, and SAP today delivered a load of security updates for this months Patch Tuesday.…
Rolling In DoH: Chrome 78 To Experiment With DNS-over-HTTPS – Hot On The Heels Of Firefox
10th Sep 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Google promises it wont override your choice of DNS provider Only days after Mozilla said it plans to make DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) available by default gradually for Firefox users in the US, Google announced its intention to test DoH in Chrome...
The NetCAT Is Out Of The Bag: Intel Chipset Exploited To Sniff SSH Passwords As Theyre Typed Over The Network
10th Sep 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Chipzilla downplays cunning data-snooping side-channel technique Video  It is possible to discern someones SSH password as they type it into a terminal over the network, say infosec gurus who have found an interesting side-channel vulnerability...
Mozilla Firefox To Begin Slow Rollout Of DNS-over-HTTPS By Default At The End Of The Month
9th Sep 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
To protect query privacy, browser maker will run everything through Cloudflare On Friday, Mozilla said it plans to implement the DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) protocol by default in its Firefox browser, with a slow rollout starting in late...
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