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NASAs JPL May Be Able To Reprogram A Probe At The Arse End Of The Solar System, But Its Security Practices Are A Bit Crap
19th Jun 2019 [27 days ago] from The Register
Office of the Inspector General brings lab back down to Earth NASAs Jet Propulsion Lab still has "multiple IT security control weaknesses" that expose "systems and data to exploitation by cyber criminals", despite cautions earlier this...
Spin The Wheel And Find Todays Leaky Cloud DB... *clack Clack... Clack* A Huge Trove Of Medical Malpractice Complaints
18th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
150,000 personal records on people, including US veterans, upset with their healthcare In what has become a depressingly common occurrence, the personal information of hundreds of thousands of people may have fallen into the wrong hands...
Awoogah! Awoogah! Firefox Fans Urged To Update And Patch Zero-day Hole Exploited In The Wild By Miscreants
18th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Just make sure youre running the latest version Mozilla has released an emergency critical update for Firefox to squash a zero-day vulnerability that is under active attack.…
Delicious Irony: Hacked Medical Debt Collector AMCA Files For Bankruptcy Protection From Debt Collectors
18th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
The tables are turned, database tables that is The healthcare debt collector ransacked by hackers, who potentially made off with millions of patients personal information, has filed for bankruptcy protection.…
Parliament IT Bods Fail Sees Servers Naked OS Exposed To World+dog
18th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Contents were cached by Google so we can all point and giggle Someone in the Parliamentary Digital Service managed to leave a server so completely exposed to the internet that Google indexed the Windows machine’s operating system.…
Freaking Out About Fiendish IoT Exploits? Maybe Stop Disable Telnet And Change That Default Password First?
18th Jun 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Home devices are so poorly guarded, attackers dont even need sophisticated tools While netizens and journalists worry about criminals and spies using sophisticated cyber-weapons to hijack Internet of Things devices, basic security protections...
Smash GandCrab: Free Tools Released To Decrypt Files Scrambled By Notorious Ransomware
17th Jun 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Bitdefender teams up with FBI, cops to rescue Windows PC documents Victims of the latest incarnations of the GandCrab ransomware now have a way to reclaim their files without paying a penny to extortionists, thanks to the release of a decryption...
Samsung Reminds Rabble To Scan Smart TVs For Viruses – Then Tries To Make Them Forget
17th Jun 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Tweet deleted as telly maker reconsiders damning but refreshingly honest messaging Samsung on Sunday sent out a tweet urging people to check their Sammy smart TVs for viruses – and then deleted the message, as if someone realized that...
Sad SACK: Linux PCs, Servers, Gadgets Can Be Crashed By Ping Of Death Network Packets
17th Jun 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Dont let miscreants play hacky-SACK with your gear. Apply these mitigations, patches now if you can It is possible to crash network-facing Linux servers, PCs, smartphones and tablets, and gadgets, or slow down their network connections,...
Why Are Fervid Googlers Making Ad-blocker-breaking Changes To Chrome? Because They Created A Monster. And Are Fighting To Secure It
17th Jun 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
We said engineers made the API too powerful. We werent wrong Analysis  In a mild PR blitz, Google engineers this month insisted the ad giants shake up of Chrome browser extensions wont kill advert blockers. Instead, were told, Googlers...
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