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Mozilla Firefox Keeps Cookies Kosher With Quarantine Scheme, 86s Third-party Cookies In New Browser Build
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Hey man, are your cookies trackin me? Take em out. You gotta keep em separated Mozilla has revised the way the latest build of the Firefox browser handles HTTP cookies to prevent third-parties from using them to track people online, as...
Whats CNAME Of Your Game? This DNS-based Tracking Defies Your Browser Privacy Defenses
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Study sees increasing adoption of cloaking to bypass cookie barriers Boffins based in Belgium have found that a DNS-based technique for bypassing defenses against online tracking has become increasingly common and represents a growing threat...
Indian Railways Suffers Unspecified Security ‘breaches In Various IT Applications’
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
13m passengers a day, a million tickets bought on digital platforms, and yet few details offered on what went wrong Indian Railways has revealed it has suffered “a number of incidents … regarding breaches in various IT applications”...
Microsoft President Asks Congress To Force Private-sector Orgs To Publicly Admit When Theyve Been Hacked
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Senate intelligence committee hears ideas in light of SolarWinds disaster The private sector should be legally obliged to disclose any major hacks of their systems, says Microsoft’s president and top lawyer Brad Smith.…
VMware Warns Of Critical Remote Code Execution Flaw In VSphere HTML5 Client
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
If you don’t patch, the hosts driving all your virty servers are at risk. So maybe your to-do list needs a tickle? VMware has revealed a critical-rated bug in the HTML5 client for its flagship vSphere hybrid cloud suite.…
They Break Into Your Network But Do Nothing Themselves: Initial Access Brokers Resell Stolen Creds For $7k A Pop
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
So says Digital Shadows as it puts a price on illicit access methods A growing category of cyber-crime consists of breaking into corporate networks and doing nothing else – except selling that illicit access to others for about $7,000...
Stolen Bombardier Blueprints Of GlobalEye Radar Snoop Jet Seemingly Leaked Online By Clop Ransomware Gang
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
And what may be CAD drawing a military radar antenna The Clop ransomware gang claims to have stolen documents from aerospace giant Bombardier’s defense division – and has leaked what appears to be a CAD drawing of one of its military...
Linux Mint Users In Hot Water For Being Slow With Security Updates, Running Old Versions
23rd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Automatic updates? We have ideas on how to improve this, says founder Linux Mint founder Clem Lefebvre has complained that too many users are slow to apply updates or run unsupported versions of the operating system.…
The Perils Of Non-disclosure? China Cloned And Used NSA Zero-day Exploit For Years Before It Was Made Public
22nd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Check Point says Beijing reconstructed Equation Groups hacking tool long before leak A zero-day exploit said to have been developed by the NSA was cloned and used by Chinese government hackers on Windows systems years before the cyber-weapon...
NurseryCam Hacked, Company Shuts Down IoT Camera Service
22nd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Real names, usernames, and what appears to be SHA-1 hashed passwords exposed Daycare camera product NurseryCam was hacked late last week with the person behind the digital break-in coming forward to tip us off.…
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