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Ready For Another Fright? Spectre Flaws In Todays Computer Chips Can Be Exploited To Hide, Run Stealthy Malware
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Honey, Ive shrunk the spyware and concealed it with speculative execution Spectre – the security vulnerabilities in modern CPUs speculative execution engines that can be exploited to steal sensitive data – just wont quietly die in the...
Thunder, Thunder, Thunder... Thunderclap: Feel The Magic, Hear The Roar, MacOS, Windows Pwnage Tools Are Loose
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Open memory defenses allow mischief from connected kit Computers have enough trouble defending sensitive data in memory from prying eyes that you might think it would be unwise to provide connected peripherals with direct memory access...
Youve Got Thunderclap! IOS, Windows Pwnage Via Peripherals Is Back In Black
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Open memory defenses allow mischief from connected kit Computers have enough trouble defending sensitive data in memory from prying eyes that you might think it would be unwise to provide connected peripherals with direct memory access...
Up Up And Huawei In My Beautiful Buffoon: Trump Sparks Panic By Tying Tech Kit Ban, Charges To China Trade Negotiations
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
National security, sanctions allegations, pfft, you dont understand the art of the deal Efforts to pressure the White House into banning Huawei hardware from Americas networks may have backfired.…
Latest 4G, 5G Phone-location Slurp Attack Is A Doozy, But Wont Torpedo Average Joe Or Jane
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Needs manpower, bags of time, full knowledge of target Analysis  A group of infosec researchers have uncovered a neat way to track a phones location via 4G or 5G. However, the mechanics of the attack, while fascinating, are difficult to...
Harassment, Hate And Bile, Suicide Instructions For Kids... Anything Else Social Medias Good At? Ah Yes, Cybercrime
26th Feb 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Businesses as well as ordinary punters hit by viral nasties Antisocial media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube arent merely inciting hatred, enabling discrimination, driving content moderators to the brink, and showing...
Who Needs Malware? IBM Says Most Hackers Just PowerShell Through Boxes Now, Leaving Little In The Way Of Footprints
26th Feb 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Direct-to-memory attacks now account for 57 per cent of hacks, apparently A companys internal network, once compromised, is now more likely to be ransacked by automated scripts than a piece of malware.…
Jeez, What A Huawei To Go: Now US Senators Want Chinese Kit Ripped Out Of National Leccy Grid
25th Feb 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Red scare reaches new heights as intel committee urges further crackdown on network-connected gear Equipment made by Chinese electronics giant Huawei could be torn out of Americas electrical grid, if US senators get their way.…
Chinas Tech Giants Are A Security Threat To The UK, Says Brit Spy Bigwig
25th Feb 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Times are strange when spies talk about infosec and economics colliding The world must "understand the opportunities and threats from Chinas technological offer", GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming said today as he observed that there are "no...
Burger Chain Wendys Serves Up Settlement, NeverQuest Hacker Guilty, Cloudy Payroll Users Hacked And More
25th Feb 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Plus, hackers say your Facebook account is worth roughly a tall coffee Roundup  Last week, the security world saw Adobe take a do-over, Cisco clean up some bugs and the NCC head out to space.…
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