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Londons Gatwick Airport Suspends All Flights After Multiple Reports Of Drones
20th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Christmas tradition of travel chaos continues No flights have arrived at or left Londons Gatwick Airport since just before 21:00 UTC last night after drones were apparently spotted over the airspace.…
Multiple Reports Of Drones Shut Down Londons Gatwick Airport
20th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Christmas tradition of travel chaos continues No flights have left Londons Gatwick Airport since just before 2100 last night after drones were apparently spotted over the airspace.…
On The First Day Of Christmas, Microsoft Gave To Me... An Emergency Out-of-band Security Patch For IE
19th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Update Internet Explorer now after Google detected attacks in the wild Microsoft today emitted an emergency security patch for Internet Explorer which is being exploited in the wild to hijack computers.…
US Told To Appoint A Damn Privacy Shield Ombudsperson Already Or EU Will Take Action
19th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
If there isnt a name by 28 February – ooo, just you wait The US has been told once again to appoint a permanent ombudsperson to oversee the deal governing transatlantic data flows, but this time has been given a deadline.…
Chill, Its Not WikiLeaks 2: Pile Of EU Diplomatic Cables Nicked By Hackers
19th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Spotted by infosec startup Area 1, according to NYT The New York Times has published what it says are excerpts from hacked EU diplomatic cables that a cybersecurity company apparently made available to reporters.…
Stop The Credential Thieves Before They Stop Your Business
19th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
CyberArk checks your privileges Promo  Back in 2008, San Franciscos IT infrastructure ground to a halt. An engineer called Terry Childs who managed the network had consolidated all the sysadmin credentials giving access to the systems...
Houston, Weve Had A Problem: NASA Fears Internal Server Hacked, Staff Personal Info Swiped By Miscreants
18th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Another leak, this time its personal Developing  A server containing personal information, including social security numbers, of current and former NASA workers may have been hacked, and its data stolen, it emerged today.…
American Bloke Hauls US Govt Into Court After Border Cops Cuffed Him, Demanded He Unlock His Phone At Airport
18th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
California traveler wants damages for being made to open mobe, miss flight A California man is suing the US government for civil rights violations after he was apparently detained and forced to unlock his phone at an American...
German Cybersecurity Chief: Anyone Have Evidence Of Huawei Naughtiness?
18th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
We wont be having a word with local firms until then Germanys top cybersecurity official has said he hasnt seen any evidence for the espionage allegations against Huawei.…
Memes, Messengers, And Missiles: From Twitter To Chat Apps And Weapons, Security Is Ho-ho-hosed This Xmas
17th Dec 2018 [one month ago] from The Register
Just slightly better than coal in your stocking Roundup  We are now firmly into the holiday season, the Christmas parties are kicking off, and folks are swapping their Excel files for eggnog, or something cliched like that.…
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