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UK Ministry Of Justice Brags About New Digital Forensics Unit To Thwart Tech-savvy Jailbirds
29th Oct 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Probing contraband mobes to reduce prison crimes The UK Ministry of Justice is setting up a digital forensics lab to probe mobile phones seized from prisoners.…
What A Bunch Of Dopes! Fancy Bear Hackers Take Aim At Drug-testing Orgs
28th Oct 2019 [24 days ago] from The Register
Now why would Russian hackers want to compromise anti-doping agencies? The Russian hacking crew known as Fancy Bear is thought to be actively targeting anti-doping sports agencies.…
City Of Joburg Says It Knows Who Ransom Hack Attacker Is, Refuses To Pay Off Criminals
28th Oct 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Hayi wena! Jozi officials claim theyll have 80% of systems back online as deadline expires Several hours past the payment deadline, Johannesburg has vowed not to give in to criminal hackers who demanded £29,000 (4 bitcoins) not to publish...
Remember That Competition For Non-hoodie Hacker Pics? Heres Their Best Entries
28th Oct 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
And we invite you to grab your easel and brush A competition to produce stock pictures of infosec that does not involve hoodies or waterfalls of 0s and 1s has yielded a mixed bag of images to illustrate the industrys digital doings for...
FBI Extends Voting Security Push, LA Court Hacker Goes Down, And More D-Link Failures
27th Oct 2019 [25 days ago] from The Register
Plus, Kaspersky opens doors on its intelligence portal Heres your Reg roundup of security news beyond all the bits and bytes weve already covered.…
Time To Check Who Left Their Database Open And Leaked 7.5m Customer Records: Hi There, Adobe Creative Cloud!
25th Oct 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
Info on millions of accounts just out sitting there in the open Adobe has pulled down an Elasticsearch database containing account info of 7.5 million customers that had been left open online.…
Uncle Sam Demands Summary Judgement On Snowden Memoir: Were Not Saying Its True, But No One Should Read It
25th Oct 2019 [28 days ago] from The Register
We really needed to take a look before you published The US government has gone back to court in a bid to get a summary judgement against whistleblower Edward Snowden and Macmillan – the publisher of his memoir, Permanent Record.…
IBye, Bad Guy: Apple Yanks 18 IOS Store Apps That Sheltered Advert-mashing Malware
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Dev may not have known code was being used for scam traffic The iOS App Store is 18 applications lighter today after the software was caught harboring malware that secretly clicked on ads, signed up punters for premium services, or deliberately...
Antivirus Hid More Than 9,000 Cybercrime Reports From UK Cops, Says Watchdog
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Detailed info wound up in quarantine Just one of Britains 43 police forces treats online crime as a priority – while the Action Fraud organisation managed to withhold 9,000 so-called cyber-crime reports from cops thanks to badly configured...
Google Warns Devs As It Tightens Chrome Cookie Security: Stuff Will Break If Youre Not Clued Up
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from The Register
Youll have to tag those for cross-site use from February Google is asking developers to get ready for more secure cookie settings to be implemented in Chrome 80 that is planned for release in February 2020.…
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