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The Reg Produces Exhibit A1: A UK Court IT System Running Windows XP
11th Mar 2020 [21 days ago] from The Register
Plus thousands of laptops on unloved Windows OS used by Ministry of Justice, it admits Exclusive  A critical crown court IT system and thousands of laptops used by the UKs Ministry of Justice run on Microsofts obsolete and unsupported...
Google: You Know We Said That Chrome Tracker Contained No Personally Identifiable Info? Forget We Ever Said That
11th Mar 2020 [21 days ago] from The Register
Chocolate Factory clarifies its header for monitoring browser field trials following The Register report Google has stopped claiming that an identifier it uses internally to track experimental features and variations in its Chrome browser...
Stuck At Home? Need Something To Keep Busy With? Microsoft Has 115 Ideas – And Yes, We Mean Security Fixes
10th Mar 2020 [21 days ago] from The Register
Hefty Patch Tuesday covers critical Word, Dynamics bugs Microsoft has emitted more than 100 fixes in its March batch of security updates.…
That LVI CPU Hole Wasnt The Only Intel Fix: Dozens Of Flaws Patched To Stop Chips Turning Into Potatoes
10th Mar 2020 [21 days ago] from The Register
Monthly batch of updates covers FPGAs, graphics drivers, and more Intel has posted a fresh crop of firmware updates for security flaws in its chipsets.…
California Tech Industry Gets Its First Big Coronavirus Hit: RSA Conference Attendee Infected, In Serious Condition
10th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
NASA also struck, more conferences cancelled, WISPA is moving ahead The deadly Wuhan coronavirus has reached California’s tech sector with the news that an engineer who attended the RSA Conference in San Francisco last month has now tested...
You Only LVI Twice: Meltdown The Sequel Strikes Intel Chips – And Full Mitigation Against Data-meddling Flaw Will Cost You 50%+ Of...
10th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Chipzillas silicon will surrender secrets if properly probed Computer researchers involved in the discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities affecting many modern processors have developed a related attack technique called Load...
Avasts AntiTrack Promised To Protect Your Privacy. Instead, It Opened You To Miscreant-in-the-middle Snooping
9th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
HTTPS traffic could be intercepted, manipulated, thanks to sloppy proxy Youd think HTTPS certificate checking would be a cinch for a computer security toolkit – but no so for Avasts AntiTrack privacy tool.…
AMD, Boffins Clash Over Chip Data-leak Claims: Side-channel Holes Revealed In Decade Of Processors
9th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Maybe dont be quite so smug, security researchers warn AMD processors sold between 2011 to 2019 are vulnerable to two side-channel attacks that can extract CPU kernel data and secrets, according to a new research paper.…
NSO Group Fires Back At Facebook: You Lied To The Court, Claims Spyware Slinger, And Weve Got The Proof
9th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Israeli biz says Social Network didnt properly serve legal docs Facebook has been accused of lying to a US court in its ongoing legal battle against government malware maker NSO Group.…
A Decades Worth Of AMD Chips Offer Data Takeaway Via A Side Channel But AMD Yawns And Says Meh, Not An Issue
9th Mar 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Maybe dont be quite so smug security researchers warn AMD processors sold between 2011 to 2019 are vulnerable to two side-channel attacks that can extract CPU kernel data and secrets, according to a new research paper.…
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