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UK Data Watchdog Kicks £280m British Airways And Marriott GDPR Fines Into Legal Long Grass
13th Jan 2020 [12 days ago] from The Register
Info Commish has £2m annual legal budget to face off with multinationals The UK Information Commissioners Office has kicked £280m in data breach fines against British Airways and US hotel chain Marriott into the long grass.…
If You Havent Shored Up That Citrix Hole, You Were Probably Hacked Over The Weekend: Exploit Code Now Available
12th Jan 2020 [12 days ago] from The Register
Plus: TikTok clocked, Honey in a sticky situation, Arms PAN mechanisms sidestepped Roundup  Welcome to another Register security roundup. Here are a few stories that caught our eye.…
Hundreds Of Millions Of Broadcom-based Cable Modems At Risk Of Remote Hijacking, Eggheads Fear
10th Jan 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
Its got a name and logo so its serious, you guys A vulnerability in Broadcoms cable modem firmware has left as many as 200 million home broadband gateways in Europe, and potentially more worldwide, at risk of remote hijackings.…
National Lottery Sentry MBA Hacker Gets 9 Months In Jail After Swiping Just £5
10th Jan 2020 [14 days ago] from The Register
You targeted a large charitable organisation thundered judge A Londoner who hacked the National Lottery using Sentry MBA and made off with just £5 will spend up to nine months in prison for his crimes.…
Ding-dong: Cisco Delivers Your Patch Tuesday Warm-up With WebEx, IOS Fixes For A Few Irritating Security Holes
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
The main event is next week Cisco has released a fresh batch of security updates for its networking and comms gear lines.…
Google Scolded For Depriving The Poor Of Privacy, Accused Of Preloading Malware On Phones For Hard-up Americans
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
To make matters worse, uninstalling it could cause even more pain On Wednesday, more than 50 advocacy groups accused Google of exploiting poor people by failing to police misbehaving Android apps on cheap phones.…
Why Is A 22GB Database Containing 56 Million US Folks Personal Details Sitting On The Open Internet Using A Chinese IP Address? Seriously,...
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
If CheckPeople could take a look at this, that would be great Exclusive  A database containing the personal details of 56.25m US residents – from names and home addresses to phone numbers and ages – has been found on the public internet,...
Dixons Fined £500,000 By ICO For Crap Security That Exposed 5.6 Million Customers Payment Cards
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from The Register
Malware loaded onto more than 5k cash tills but pre-GDPR screw-up means retailer dodged bigger financial bullet Dixons Retail is facing a £500,000 penalty from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after a hacker installed malware...
Hash Snag: Security Shamans Shame SHA-1 Standard, Confirm Crucial Collisions Citing Circa $45k Chip Cost
8th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Unsafe hashing algorithm really is unsafe SHA-1 stands for Secure Hash Algorithm but version 1, developed in 1995, isnt secure at all. It has been vulnerable in theory since 2004 though it took until 2017 for researchers at CWI Amsterdam...
In A Desperate Bid To Stay Relevant In 2020s Geopolitical Upheaval, N. Korea Upgrades Its Apple Jeus MacOS Malware
8th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Nork cash grab nasty gets stealthier Malware hunters are sounding the alarm over a new, more effective version of the North Korean "Apple Jeus" macOS software nasty.…
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