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Facebook Staff Sarin For A Bad Day: Suspected Chemical Weapon Parcel Sent To Silicon Valley HQ
1st Jul 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Postal package triggered test equipment, buildings evacuated, no one exposed Staff were evacuated today at Facebooks Silicon Valley headquarters after a package believed to contain the chemical weapon sarin was delivered to the antisocial...
Dont Tell Alice And Bob: Security Maven Bruce Schneier Is Leaving IBM
1st Jul 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Says bye to Big Blue Infosec veteran Bruce Schneier has said hell step down as a "special advisor" to IBMs security business to, in part, focus his time on teaching the next generation of security pros.…
Yuge And Tremendous U-turn: Trump Walks Back On Huawei Ban... At Least Sector Seems To Think So
1st Jul 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Can we get a translator in here? US president Donald Trump said he plans to revoke the ban, or, er, grant some licences to American companies supplying components and services to Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.…
White House Mulls Just Banning Strong End-to-end Crypto. Plus: More Bad Stuff In Infosec Land
30th Jun 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Well be over there bashing our head on the wall while you read this Roundup  As June turns over to July, here are some additional bits of security news besides our regular infosec coverage.…
Worried About Hacker-infested Waters? Fret Not. Sophos Security SOS Week Will Come To The Rescue This Month
30th Jun 2019 [21 days ago] from The Register
Podcast series tackles hot topics from phishing and privacy to cloud services Promo  Get up to speed with everything you need to know about keeping yourself and your business safe on the web, social media, and the cloud, without having...
Scumbags Can Program Vulnerable MedTronic Insulin Pumps Over The Air To Kill Diabetics – Insecure Kit Recalled
28th Jun 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Not a particularly sweet ending to the week Health implant maker MedTronic is recalling some of its insulin pumps following the discovery of security vulnerabilities in the equipment that can be exploited over the air to hijack...
Irans Blame-it-on-Bitcoin Leccy Shortage Probably Isnt A US Hack Cover Story... Yet
28th Jun 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
But just imagine Stuxnet: Consumer Edition Comment  Iran claims that recent surges in electricity demand, leading to blackouts and brownouts, were caused by too many cryptocurrency miners’ power-hungry machines being hooked up to the...
While We Were Raging About Putins Meddling And Kremlin Hackers, Five Eyes Were Pwning Yandex, Russias Google
27th Jun 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
... Are ... are we the baddies? Hackers from the Five Eyes intelligence agencies have been accused of breaking into systems at Yandex, dubbed Russias Google.…
2001: Linux Is Cancer, Says Microsoft. 2019: Hey Friends, Ah, Can We Join The Official Linux-distros Mailing List, Plz?
27th Jun 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Windows giant cheered on by Linux Foundation as it seeks membership of private security-focused message board Microsofts transformation into a fully paid-up member of the Linux love-train continued this week as the Windows giant sought...
UKs MoD Is Helping Itself To Cops Fingerprint Database Unlawfully, Rules Biometrics Chief
27th Jun 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Paul Wiles: Clear and publicly accepted rules needed for common data platform The Ministry of Defence has been searching the police national fingerprint database without a “clearly defined lawful basis,” the UKs biometrics commissioner...
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