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| |Microsoft Puts Another Nail In VBScript Coffin Listen up, VBScript fans: your favourite scripting languages days are numbered.
| |Don’t Let The Crooks ‘borrow’ Your Home Router As A Hacking Server Crooks dont have to break *into* your network to benefit - they can bounce *off* it so you take the blame and look like a hacker yourself.
| |Scammers Recruiting Money Mules On Dating Sites Is On The Rise, Says FBI Its not longer enough to be wary of flash-in-the-pan "lovers" who ask you to send money; now theyre asking you to open accounts for them.
| |Don’t Fall For Fake Equifax Settlement Sites, Warns FTC Equifictitious sites popped up within days of Equifax agreeing to pay up to $700m to settle claims over the 2017 data breach.
| |Banking PINs Exposed In Monzo Secure Storage Slip-up When is a secure PIN not a secure PIN? When you accidentally store it in your log files.
| |Latest Android Patches Fix Critical ‘QualPwn’ Wi-Fi Flaws The August 2019 security bulletin is out - and two of the critical flaws could allow an attacker to compromise the Android system kernel.
| |NVIDIA Patches High-severity Bugs In Windows GPUs And SHIELD NVIDIA has patched five bugs in its Windows GPU display driver, three of which could allow an attacker to execute code on the system.
| |Baldr Malware Unpicked With A Little Help From Crooks’ Bad Opsec New research from Sophos takes an exhaustive look at the Baldr password stealer.
| |Fake Dell Support Rep Admits To Talking US Colleges Out Of $874,000 His victims: UCSD and a Pennsylvania university. He hid out in Kenya for nearly 8 months before being nabbed.
| |GitHub ‘encourages’ Hacking, Says Lawsuit Following Capital One Breach The class action charges Capital One and GitHub, charging it with being "friendly" (at least) toward hacking and for the hackers posts.
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