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GCHQ Pushes For Virtual Crocodile Clips On Chat Apps – The Ability To Silently Slip Into Private Encrypted Comms
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Sliding into your DMs unnoticed, literally Analysis  Britains surveillance nerve-center GCHQ is trying a different tack in its effort to introduce backdoors into encrypted apps: reasonableness.…
Big Blue Shoos Db2 Blues Before Rogue Staff Turn The Screws In Hijack Ruse (translation: Patch Your IBM Databases)
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Buffer overflow flaw could lead to privilege escalation IBM is advising folks to check if they should update their Db2 database installations following the discovery of a potentially serious security vulnerability.…
Healthcare Billing Biz AccuDoc Fesses Up To Breach That Blabbed 2.65m Peoples Data
29th Nov 2018 [10 days ago] from The Register
Names, addresses, social security numbers exposed Miscreants gained access to US healthcare billing vendor AccuDoc Solutions database for about a week in September, exposing the data of at least 2.65 million people.…
GCHQ Opens Kimono For Infosec World To Ogle Its Vuln Disclosure Process
29th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Plus: State-backed hacks now need permission from a judge On the same day that certain types of British state-backed hacking now need a judge-issued warrant to carry out, GCHQ has lifted the veil and given the infosec world a glimpse inside...
Sorry, We Havent ACLU What Happened In Sealed Facebook Decryption Case, But Lets Find Out
29th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
American Civil Liberties Union wants to know what govt asked for, and why court refused The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a motion to find out what went on in a court case in which the US Department of Justice allegedly...
Symantec Comes Out In Swinging In Bitter Legal Battle Over Security Bug Audit Conspiracy Claims
29th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Profit driving NSS claims of industry boycott, antivirus makers swear Symantec says the biz that accused it of conspiring with others to avoid independent security audits is "less than honest" and driven by a "thirst for profits."…
Oh My Chord! Sennheiser Hits Bum Note With Major HTTPS Certificate Cock-up
28th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Audiophiles could get played like a fiddle, have their web traffic snooped by son-of-a-pitch scammers Headphone maker Sennheiser is facing the music after being caught compromising the security of its customers.…
What The Dell? Customer Passwords Reset After Miscreants Try To Break Into Big Mikes Big Store
28th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Round Rock insists nobody got pwned in network security breach attempt Dell is resetting all customer passwords on its website after spotting hackers trying to infiltrate its internal network.…
WhamWham, Bambam, No Thank You, SamSam: Iranians Accused By The Feds Of Orchestrating Ransomware Outbreak
28th Nov 2018 [11 days ago] from The Register
Duo raked in $6m in extortion payments after scrambling victims files, it is claimed US prosecutors have this week charged two people believed to be behind the notorious SamSam ransomware outbreak.…
US Told To Quit Sharing Data With Human Rights-violating Surveillance Regime. Which One, You Ask? Thatd Be The UK
28th Nov 2018 [12 days ago] from The Register
Nonprofits urge Congress not to sign deal under CLOUD Act UK authorities should not be granted access to data held by American companies because British laws dont meet human rights obligations, nine nonprofits have said.…
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