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ESET Rushes To Defend Rival Malwarebytes In Legal War Sparked By Vendor Upset At Unwanted Program Labeling
15th Jun 2020 [24 days ago] from The Register
Security biz, academics, tech advocacy groups ask Supreme Court to review ruling Analysis  Last week, fourteen cybersecurity experts, security biz ESET, and tech advocacy groups the Internet Association and TechFreedom filed friend-of-the-court...
20 Months Behind Bars For IT Support Worker Who Nicked £30k Worth Of Crypto-cash
15th Jun 2020 [24 days ago] from The Register
Perp had previous conviction for obtaining property by deception An IT support bod who reportedly stole more than £30,000 in Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum has been jailed.…
RIP ROP, COP, JOP? Intel To Bring Anti-exploit Tech To Market In This Years Tiger Lake Chip Family
15th Jun 2020 [24 days ago] from The Register
Memory corruption exploitation about to get a lot harder on Chipzilla silicon After years in development, Intel is set to debut security mechanisms in its microprocessors that it hopes will block, at the silicon level, exploitation of a...
Facebook Paying For Exploit To Catch A Predator, Voting Software Security Under The Microscope...
14th Jun 2020 [25 days ago] from The Register
... and more in this rapid-fire summary of infosec news Roundup  We all made it through another week – and heres a treat: another Register security roundup.…
Whatsapp Blamed Own Users For Failure To Keep Phone Number Repo Off Google Searches
12th Jun 2020 [27 days ago] from The Register
This story also mentions QR codes for maximum facepalm effect An infosec researcher reckons Whatsapp was a bit too quick off the mark to blame its users when hundreds of thousands of phone numbers, names and profile pictures were found...
Wailing Wednesday Follows Patch Tuesday As Versions Of Windows 10 Stop Playing Nicely With Plugged-in Printers
12th Jun 2020 [27 days ago] from The Register
Networked devices work just fine, however Windows 10 users woke up to borked printers following the monthly Microsoft bugfix party, Patch Tuesday.…
Posh Spices Perfume People Pop Up In Maze Ransomware Gang Extortion Effort
12th Jun 2020 [27 days ago] from The Register
♫ Now dont go wasting my precious time! Pay the ransom quickly and well be just fine ♫ (no, dont) The Maze ransomware gang has struck again – this time targeting an American MA practice which counts former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham...
ConnectWise Issues A Slightly Scary But Unusually Significant Security Advisory
11th Jun 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
Because IT service providers use ConnectWise to run your IT and this is its first-ever bug report ConnectWise isn’t a vendor most Reg readers deal with directly, but the fact the company has just issued its first-ever security advisory...
Trend Micro Pulls Another App Over Security Fears: This Time, The Privacy Browser In The Dr Safety Android Suite
11th Jun 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
Some bugs prove very persistant Trend Micro has pulled the Privacy Browser from its Dr Safety Android security suite following the discovery of a reoccurring flaw that could be abused to trick people into thinking malicious pages were...
As Uncle Sam Flies Spy Drones Over Protest-packed Cities, Homeland Security Asks The Public If Thats A Good Idea
11th Jun 2020 [28 days ago] from The Register
Because nothing says freedom like a Predator circling overhead Following weeks of heated protests in American cities – and criticism of law enforcements use of force, surveillance, and drone aircraft in the skies above – the US government...
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