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US Senators Green-light Recruitment Of Crack Infosec Teams, Both Public And Private
25th Sep 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Cyber-terrorists, your game is through, cause now you have to answer to: America, fsck yeah! The US Congress has, near enough, approved a law bill to create a new set of dedicated cyber-security teams within the Department of Homeland...
Confused Why Trump Fingered CrowdStrike In That Ukraine Call? Youre Not The Only One...
25th Sep 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Security biz that probed 2016 DNC hack makes an odd cameo in revealed transcript A garbled remark by President Donald Trump in a just-released phone-call transcript with the Ukrainian head of state has focused attention on cloudy security...
Hacker House Shoved Under UK Parliaments Spotlight Following Boris Johnson Funding Allegs
25th Sep 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Half of government grant to infosec training biz suspended as MPs demand probe Infosec training biz Hacker House has been catapulted to Parliamentary prominence after reports that co-founder Jennifer Arcuri secured government funding because...
Hot Patches For ColdFusion: Adobe Drops Trio Of Fixes For Three Serious Flaws
24th Sep 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
While youre at it, fix Java too Adobe has released an update to clean up a trio of vulnerabilities in ColdFusion, its long-running web application platform.…
Google Takes Sole Stand On Privacy, Rejects New Rules For Fear Of Authoritarian Review
24th Sep 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Lone no vote nixes renewal of W3Cs Privacy Interest Group Google has blocked a proposed revision of the charter of the Privacy Interest Group (PING), a part of the W3C web standards body, over concerns that establishing an unchecked "authoritarian...
We Finally Got One! Russian Fesses Up To Cracking Bank Servers, Netting Big Bucks
24th Sep 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Hack spee included 2014 JP Morgan Chase data theft On Monday, Andrei Tyurin, a 35-year-old Russian national, pleaded guilty in New York to charges of computer intrusion, bank and wire fraud, and online gambling in connection with a sustained...
This VBulletin VBug Is VBad: Zero-day Exploit Lets Miscreants Hijack Vulnerable Web Forums
24th Sep 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Hackers can inject system commands via version 5 of software, no patch available Its a good day to be running an ancient version of vBulletin, as researchers have disclosed a zero-day flaw that makes taking over new versions of the forum...
DoH! Mozilla Assures UK Minister That DNS-over-HTTPS Wont Be Default In Firefox For Britons
24th Sep 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
As Reg readers will know, youll have to click a few buttons first Firebox builder Mozilla has confirmed to UK Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan that Britons wont be getting DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) by default once the feature is included in the...
Can You Code A Way To Foil Online Terrorist Vids? The Home Office Might Just Have £600K For You
24th Sep 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
UK.gov wants algorithm to be shared with other tech firms UK prime minister (at time of writing) Boris Johnson announced to the UN Security Council today a plan to block the sharing of violent videos on social media after terrorist...
Why Do Cloud Leaks Keep Happening? Because No One Has A Clue How Their Instances Are Configured
24th Sep 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
McAfee study finds poor setups, even worse visibility The ongoing rash of data leaks caused by misconfigured clouds is the result of companies having virtually no visibility into how their cloud instances are configured, and very little...
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