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Dont Trust The Trusted Platform Module – It May Leak Your VPN Servers Private Key (depending On Your Configuration)
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
You know what they say: Timing is... everything Trusted Platform Modules, specialized processors or firmware that protect the cryptographic keys used to secure operating systems, are not entirely trustworthy.…
True To Its Name, Intel ZombieLoad Processor Attack Comes Crawling Back With New Variant
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Boffins say even the latest chips could allow data to be leaked between CPU cores Intel is once again moving to patch its CPU microcode following the revelation of yet another data-leaking side-channel vulnerability.…
Dont Miss This Patch: Bad Intel Drivers Give Hackers A Backdoor To The Windows Kernel
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Alarm raised over more holes in third-party low-level code Nearly three months after infosec biz Eclypsium highlighted widespread security weaknesses in third-party Windows hardware drivers, you can now add Intel to the list of vendors...
From AV To Oy-vey: McAfee Antivirus Has Security Hole Of Its Own
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Security suite falls victim to malicious DLLs Three of McAfees anti-malware tools have been found to contain a vulnerability that could potentially allow an attacker to bypass its security protections and take control of a PC.…
Sophisticated Cyber Attack On UK Labour Party Platforms Was Probably Just A DDoS, Says Official
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Really very everyday – report The UKs Labour Party says its campaign site has been the target of "sophisticated and large-scale cyber-attack" and has informed GCHQs National Cyber Security Centre.…
150 Infosec Bods Now Know Who Theyre Up Against Thanks To BT Security Cc/bcc Snafu
12th Nov 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Mass-mail fail followed outfits appearance at jobs fair BT Security managed to commit the most basic blunder of all after emailing around 150 infosec professionals who attended a jobs fair – using the "cc" field instead of "bcc".…
BlueKeep Freakout Had Little To No Impact On Patching, Say Experts
11th Nov 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Admins snoozing on patching despite reports of active attacks The flurry of reports in recent weeks of in-the-wild exploits for the Windows RDP BlueKeep security flaw had little impact among those responsible for patching, it seems.…
Back-2-school Hacking: Kaspersky Blames Pesky Script Kiddies For Rash Of DDoS Cyber Hooliganism
11th Nov 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Educational institutions main target during September spike Kasperksy researchers have blamed pesky schoolkids for the big September spike in denial-of-service attacks.…
If It Sounds Too Good To Be True, It Most Likely Is: Nobody Can Decrypt The Dharma Ransomware
11th Nov 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Not even data recovery companies A data recovery company is dubiously claiming it has cracked decryption of Dharma ransomware – despite there being no known method of unscrambling its files.…
Hate Hub Hacked, Cisco Bugs Squished, Bluekeep Attacks Begin, And Much, Much, More
10th Nov 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Plus, rConfig flaw raises alarms Roundup  Time for a look at some of the other security stories making the rounds in the past week.…
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