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Planespotters’ Weekends Turn Traumatic As Engine Pieces Fall From The Sky In The Netherlands And The US
22nd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
It’s a bird, it’s a plane… holy crap there’s a nacelle in my kitchen In what can only be described as a bad day for Boeing, not one but two of its planes suffered engine fire and began shedding parts along their respective flight...
Brave Browser Leaks Visited Tor .onion Addresses In DNS Traffic, Fix Released After Bug Hunter Raises Alarm
22nd Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Plus: IBMs lawyers hacked, Kia denies ransomware hit, France declares war on hackers, and more In brief  Brave has patched up its privacy-focused web browser after it was spotted leaking its Tor users dark-web habits.…
Malware Monsters Target Apple’s M1 Silicon With ‘Silver Sparrow’
21st Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Behaves like a legit software installer and phones home for instructions, but lacks a payload US security consultancy Red Canary says it’s found MacOS malware written specifically for the shiny new M1 silicon that Apple created to power...
Happy Birthday, Python, Youre 30 Years Old Today: Easy To Learn, And The Right Tool At The Right Time
20th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Popular programming language, at the top of its game, still struggles to please everyone Feature  February 20, 2021, the 30th anniversary of Python, finds the programming language at the top of its game but not without challenges.…
Atheists Warn Followers Of Unholy Data Leak, Hint Dark Deeds May Have Tried To Make It Go Away
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Rival atheists accused of not believing in privacy law The Atheist Alliance International, an organisation that works to demystify atheism and advocate for secular governance, has warned members their personal information appears to have...
Microsoft Admits Some Azure, Exchange, Intune Source Code Snaffled In SolarWinds Schemozzle
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
We’ll be fine, says Redmond security crew. No word on whether you will be too once crims analyse their haul Microsoft has admitted that as a result of installing backdoored SolarWinds tools in some parts of its corporate network, portions...
Just 2.6% Of 2019s 18,000 Tracked Vulnerabilities Were Actively Exploited In The Wild
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
So says Kenna Security in a refreshing piece of counter-FUD analysis While the infosec industry is used to reading (and pumping out) FUD about software vulnerabilities, eye-catching research suggests about 500 vulns were exploited in 2019...
Nurserycam Horror Show: Secure Daycare Video Monitoring Product Beamed DVR Admin Creds To All Users
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Company has a habit of reacting badly to vuln disclosures A parental webcam targeted at nursery schools was so poorly designed that anyone who downloaded its mobile app gained access to admin credentials, bypassing intended authentication,...
Has Your Cloud App Suite Left You Feeling Insecure? There’s A Good Reason For That
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Tune in next week and discover how to tighten that gap in your remote worker security Webcast  You’ve seen large parts of your workforce take to the hills over the past year with nothing but a laptop and a Microsoft 365 account for...
Cred-stealing Trojan Harvests Logins From Chromium Browsers, Outlook And More, Warns Cisco Talos
18th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Masslogger evolution rears its ugly head, $30 gets you three month license to cause carnage Cisco Talos has uncovered a credential-stealing trojan that lifts your login details from the Chrome browser, Microsofts Outlook and instant...
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