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TikTok On The Clock, And The Hacking Wont Stop: SMS Spoofing Vuln Let Baddies Twiddle Teens Social Media Videos
8th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Uploads, deletions, private-to-public switcharoos, all bad stuff TikTok, a mobile video app popular with teens, was vulnerable to SMS spoofing attacks that could have led to the extraction of private information, according to infosec...
What If Everyone Just Said Nah To Tracking?
8th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Privacy is nearly dead, but were not even close to getting over it Column  Sitting quietly in the upper corner of my browsers address bar, a counter rises as Disconnect thwarts requests to track me. Visiting well-behaved sites (such as...
The Six Million Dollar Scam: London Cops Probe Travelex Cyber-ransacking Amid Reports Of £m Ransomware Demand, Wide-open VPN Server Holes
7th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
We can rebuild him, we have the backups... er, right? More than a week after its website and online services were taken offline by malware, foreign currency super-exchange Travelex continues to battle through what has become an increasingly...
If At First You Dont Succeed, Pry, Pry Again: Feds Once Again Demand Apple Unlock Encrypted IPhones In Yet Another Terrorism Case
7th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
FBI, open up! Comment  The FBI has asked Apple to unlock two iPhones belonging to a murderer, potentially reviving a tense battle over encryption and the rights of law enforcement to digital devices.…
That Pulse Secure VPN Youre Using To Protect Your Data? Better Get It Patched – Or Its Going To Be Ransomware Time
7th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Patch this security bypass... if you can even find the boxes running it Hackers are taking advantage of unpatched enterprise VPN setups ‒ specifically, a long-known bug in Pulse Secures code ‒ to spread ransomware and other...
Yeah, Says Google Project Zero, When You Think About It, Going Public With Exploit Deets Immediately After A Patch Is Emitted Isnt Such A Great...
7th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
The Chocolate Factorys bug hunters revise 90-day disclosure rules Patting itself on its back for motivating software makers to fix 97.7 per cent of the vulnerabilities it identifies within its 90-day disclosure deadline, Googles bug-hunting...
Accenture Pays For CSS Injection From Symantec Parent Broadcom: Yep, It Bought Its Cybersecurity Arm
7th Jan 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Price tag undisclosed but were guessing it wont have made seller rich Symantec’s parent Broadcom has offloaded its Cyber Security Services (CSS) operation to Accenture for an undisclosed sum.…
Wheelie Bad End To 2019 For Canyon Bicycles As Hackers Puncture IT Systems
7th Jan 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
CEO confirms servers, software locked by perps German cycle-maker Canyon Bicycles GmbG has confirmed it was the victim of a security break-in over the holiday period that has all the hallmarks of a ransomware attack with parts of the infrastructure...
Im The Queen Of Gibraltar And Will Never Get A Traffic Ticket... Just Two Of The Things anyone Could Have Written Into Countrys Laws Thanks...
7th Jan 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
Run sqlmap, edit online statutes, gain immunity for life? Exclusive  A SQL injection vulnerability on the Government of Gibraltars website paved the way for any old Joe to rewrite official web versions of the British Overseas Territorys...
Here We Go Again: Software Nasties Slip Into Google Play, Exploit Make-me-root Android Flaw For Maximum Pwnage
6th Jan 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
Apps spotted abusing use-after-free() bug seven months before patch At least three malicious apps with device-hijacking exploits have made it onto the Google Play Store in recent weeks.…
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