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US Cyber Command Warns That The Outlook Is Not So Good - Iranians Hitting Email Flaw
3rd Jul 2019 [18 days ago] from The Register
Government-backed campaign going after bug that was patched in 2017 An ongoing Iranian government-backed hacking campaign is now trying to exploit a Microsoft Outlook flaw from 2017.…
How Do We Stop Facial Recognition From Becoming The Next Facebook: Ubiquitous And Useful Yet Dangerous, Impervious And Misunderstood?
3rd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
We talk to one CEO about why bans arent the answer but federal regulation is Facial recognition is having a rough time of it lately. Just six months ago, people were excited about Apple allowing you to open your phone just by looking at...
YouTube Mystery Ban On Hacking Videos Has Content Creators Puzzled
3rd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Recent policy remains unclear about whats disallowed YouTube, under fire since inception for building a business on other peoples copyrights and in recent years for its vacillating policies on irredeemable content, recently decided it no...
D-Link Must Suffer Indignity Of Security Audits To Settle With The Federal Trade Commission
3rd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
No admission of guilt, but plenty of new rules to follow Taiwanese networking equipment vendor D-Link will have to submit to a decade of product security audits after agreeing to settle a lawsuit brought by the US Federal Trade...
Russian Silence Hacking Crew Turns Up The Volume – With $3m-plus Cyber-raid On Banks Cash Machines
3rd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Dutch Bangla falls victim to coordinated ATM scam A prominent Russian hacker crew is seemingly expanding its reach – having just pulled off a multi-million dollar cyber-heist in Bangladesh, were told.…
Heres A Great Idea: Why Dont We Hardcode The Same Private Key Into All Our Smart Home Hubs?
3rd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Another day, another appalling Internet of S**t security flaw Smart home company Zipato hardcoded the same private SSH key into every one of its hubs, leaving its system open to hacking, researchers revealed this week.…
$30/month Email Upstart Superhuman Brought Low With A Blast Of Privacy Kryptonite
2nd Jul 2019 [19 days ago] from The Register
Tech exec challenges startup over default tracking Superhuman, an email startup betting people who deal with a lot of messages will pay $30 a month for a more organized inbox, has come under fire for not providing privacy by default.…...
We Are Shocked To Learn That China, An Oppressive Surveillance State, Puts Spyware On Foreigners Phones
2nd Jul 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Border police accused of loading visitors mobiles up with snoop app in Muslim area Authorities in a tumultuous region of China have been accused of loading spyware onto the phones of people visiting.…
July Is Here – And So Are The Latest Android Security Fixes. Plenty Of Critical Updates For All
1st Jul 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Patch, punch, its the first of the month Google today posted a fresh round of Android security fixes.…
Cop A Load Of This: 1TB Of Police Body Camera Videos Found Lounging Around Public Database
1st Jul 2019 [20 days ago] from The Register
Miscreants grabbed sensitive footage belonging to officers in Miami, elsewhere, it is feared In yet another example of absent security controls, an infosec biz claims it found a trove of sensitive law enforcement data open to public view...
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