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If Tesco Was Breached, Your Data Could Be Being Flogged For Just £2.70 – Research
4th Mar 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
600,000 Clubcards at risk earlier this week, said supermarket Data stolen from Tesco clubcards could be resold for just £2.70 a pop, reckons a price comparison website that appears to have strayed into the dark web.…
It Has Been 15 Years, And Were Still Reporting Homograph Attacks – Web Domains That Stealthily Use Non-Latin Characters To Appear Legit
4th Mar 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
More than a dozen dodgy websites spotted masquerading as the real deal, HTTPS certs and all Whats old is new again as infosec bods are sounding the alarm over a fresh wave of homoglyph characters being used to lure victims to malicious...
UK Data Watchdog Slaps A £500,000 Fine On Cathay Pacific For 2018 9.4m Customer Data Leak
4th Mar 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
ICO probe found backup files not password-protected, unpatched web-facing servers, out-of-date OS and more The Information Commissioners Office has fined Cathay Pacific Airways £500,000 for leaky security that exposed the personal data...
Fancy That: Hacking Airliner Systems Doesnt Make Them Magically Fall Out Of The Sky
4th Mar 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
Study finds most A320 pilots shrug, ignore dodgy systems and land safely Airline pilots faced with hacked or spoofed safety systems tend to ignore them – but could cost their airlines big sums of money, an infosec study has found.…...
Lets Encrypt? Lets Revoke 3 Million HTTPS Certificates On Wednesday, More Like: Check Code Loop Blunder Strikes
3rd Mar 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
Tons of TLS certs need to be tossed immediately after Go snafu On Wednesday, March 4, Lets Encrypt – the free, automated digital certificate authority supported by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) – will briefly become Lets...
Lets Encrypt? Lets Revoke Three Million HTTPS Certificates, More Like
3rd Mar 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
Tons of TLS certs need to be tossed immediately after code snafu On Wednesday, March 4, Lets Encrypt, the free, automated certificate authority supported by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG), will briefly become Lets Revoke, to...
GCHQs Infosec Arm Has 3 Simple Tips To Secure Those Insecure Smart Home Gadgets
3rd Mar 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
UK.gov tries the KISS approach to infosec advice for the public Britains National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) wants owners of baby monitors and smart CCTV cameras to take some basic security precautions.…
Have I Been S0ld? No, Trusted Security Website HIBP Off The Table, Will Remain Independent
3rd Mar 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
Owner Troy Hunt staying in the saddle after potential deal falls through The popular security website Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) will remain independent – despite owner Troy Hunts decision last year to put the business up for sale.…
Maersk Prepares To Lay Off The Maidenhead Staffers Who Rescued It From NotPetya Super-pwnage
3rd Mar 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
Staff found out after seeing their own jobs advertised in India Exclusive  Maersk is preparing to make 150 job cuts at its UK command-and-control centre (CCC) in Maidenhead – the one that rebuilt the global shipping companys IT infrastructure...
Wi-Fi Kit Spilling Data With Bad Crypto – Huawei, Eh? No, Its Cisco. US Giant Patches Krook Spy-hole Bug In Network Gear
2nd Mar 2020 [30 days ago] from The Register
Meanwhile, Sophos finds nasty rootkit, OnlyFans says massive archive not a hack Roundup  Heres El Regs fresh slice of all the infosec news – beyond what weve already covered – that youll need to know as you start your week. Ready?...
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