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Talk About The Fox Guarding The Hen House. Comcast To Handle DNS-over-HTTPS For Firefox-using Subscribers
25th Jun 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
Last November: These ISPs know too much! June: God bless the ISPs Comcast has agreed to be the first home broadband internet provider to handle secure DNS-over-HTTPS queries for Firefox browser users in the US, Mozilla has...
US Govt: Julian Assange Tried To Recruit Hacker To Steal Hush-hush Dirt And We Should Know – The Hacker Was An Informant
25th Jun 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
WikiLeaker accused of tapping up LulzSecs Sabu as a source Prosecutors in the US have upgraded their case against Julian Assange with a second superseding indictment claiming he sought out the services of a notorious hacker who, unbeknownst...
Honeypot Behind Sold-off IP Subnet Shows Cyberbunker Biz Hosted All Kinds Of Filth, Says SANS Institute
25th Jun 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
Botnet C2, denial-of-service, phishing – and thats after filtering Web traffic to the servers of the notorious Dutch-German Cyberbunker hosting biz was filled with all kinds of badness, including apparent botnet command-and-control and...
There Are DDoS Attacks, Then Theres This 809 Million Packet-per-second Tsunami Akamai Says It Just Caught
25th Jun 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
Bank on the receiving end of massive 418Gbps traffic barrage Akamai reckons it blocked what may be the largest distributed denial-of-service attack ever, reaching 418Gbps.…
After Huffing And Puffing For Years, US Senators Unveil Law To Blow The Encryption House Down With Police Backdoors
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
Lawmakers will attempt to bend the laws of mathematics to their will A trio of Republican senators on Tuesday proposed legislation that requires service providers and device makers in America to help the Feds bypass encryption when presented...
Ransomware Crims To Sell Off Scandalous Files Swiped From Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, Puff Daddys Legal Eagles
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
$600k starting bid, say public extortionists, or $42m to keep schtum Ransomware criminals claiming to have siphoned confidential docs on Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, and Lebron James from an American law firm are threatening to auction off...
Laws On Police Facial Recognition Arent Tough Enough, UK Data Watchdog Barrister Tells Court Of Appeal
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
Top judge replies: Dont understand what youre on about A top judge told a barrister for the UK Information Commissioners Office (ICO) today that his legal arguments against police facial-recognition technology face "a great difficulty"...
Former UK Labour Deputy Leader Wants To Know How The NHSs Contact-tracing App Will Ensure User Privacy
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
This is the Apple-Google API one, not the world-beating one Harriet Harman MP, chair of Britains Commons Human Rights Committee, has written to UK health secretary Matt Hancock seeking clarity on privacy aspects of the governments latest...
Maze Ransomware Gang Threatens To Publish Sensitive Stolen Data After US Aerospace Biz Sensibly Refuses To Pay
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
Bungling cybercrooks throw toys out of the pram as negotiations shut down The Maze ransomware gang has threatened to publish information stolen from an American firm that overhauls airliners and installs flight control software upgrades...
Carbon-based Vuln Hunters Will Always Be Better At Infosec Than AI, Insist Puny Humans
24th Jun 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
No intelligent pentesting systems were available to comment on this assertion Puny humans still think theyre superior to AI when it comes to infosec – and a significant number still dont venture into meatspace or get enough...
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