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Americas Anti-hacking Laws Are So Loose, Even Donald Trump Jr Broke Them. So, What Do We Do About It?
29th Apr 2019 [26 days ago] from The Register
Click to read to disappointingly logical answer Comment  The Presidents son Donald Trump Jr broke the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a US federal law.…
Brit Events And Info Biz Incisive Media Admits Open Server Port May Have Left Readers Deets Exposed
29th Apr 2019 [27 days ago] from The Register
Home of CRN UK, Computing and others warn remaining readers to update their freakin passwords UK events and publishing outfit Incisive Media today urged subscribers to change their account passwords after it found an open port on a server...
Train Up To Navigate The Diverse, Chaotic Cyber Security Landscape At SANS Munich
29th Apr 2019 [27 days ago] from The Register
Join the institute this June to up your cyber game Promo  High-profile cases of successful attacks on critical industrial control systems show the growing importance of protecting your organization or facing a turbulent future. Malware...
Powershell, The Gandcrab Infection And The Long-forgotten Server
29th Apr 2019 [27 days ago] from The Register
GCHQ offshoot shares infosec hair-raisers CyberUK 2019  If your hair isnt already grey enough, GCHQ staff have revealed a handful of infosec incidents that, in their words, "surprised us".…
Thank You, Your DNA Data Will Help Secure Your… Oh Dear, Weve Lost That Too
26th Apr 2019 [30 days ago] from The Register
Er, do you have your original password written down somewhere? Something for the Weekend, Sir?  I have been propositioned at midnight at a hotel door. "Whats your room number?"…
Theres NordVPN Odd About This, Right? Infosec Types Concerned Over Strange App Traffic
26th Apr 2019 [30 days ago] from The Register
Firm explains but security folk not appy with clarifications Weird things are afoot with NordVPNs app and the traffic it generates - Reg readers have spotted it contacting strange domains in the same way compromised machines talk to botnets...
Zuck It Up: Facebook Hit With Triple Whammy Of Legal Probes, Action In Canada, US, Ireland
25th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Privacy laws, storing plain text passwords, slurping millions of contact details come back to bite web giant Heres a triple Thursday whammy: Facebook has been accused of breaking Canada’s privacy laws, and is being investigated in the...
NSA: That Ginormous Effort To Slurp Up Americans Phone Records That Snowden Exposed? Ehhh, We Dont Need That No More
25th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
An attack of conscience or have the super-snoops got something better now? The NSAs mass-logging of peoples phone calls and text messages, at home and abroad – a surveillance program introduced after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks...
Microsoft: Yo Dawg, We Heard You Liked Windows Password Expiry Policies. So We Expired Your Expiry Policy
25th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
Password resets reset. Too bad Uncle Sam hasnt got the message yet Microsoft has finally decided to get rid of password expiration policies in Windows because forcing people to reset their passwords periodically harms security.…
Its Your What In A Box? Heres A Thing To Make Your Bosses Think About Malware Responses
25th Apr 2019 [one month ago] from The Register
You mean they already do? Pull the other one Cyber UK 2019  Ever-exciting Cabinet Office minister David Lidington has put his name to a new infosec response testing tool developed by the NCSC, called (wait for it) Exercise in a...
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