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Deus Ex Hackina: It Took Just 10 Minutes To Find Data-divulging Demons Corrupting Popes Click To Pray ERosary App
18th Oct 2019 [18 hours ago] from The Register
Vatican coders exorcise API gremlins but, we must confess, they missed little monster.... Exclusive  The technology behind the Catholic Church’s latest innovation, an electronic rosary, is so insecure, it can be trivially hacked to siphon...
How Does £36m Sound, Mon CHERI? UK.gov Pumps Cash Into Arm Security Research
18th Oct 2019 [29 hours ago] from The Register
Thats Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions University of Cambridge researchers have been tossed £36m from the UK government to support their work with Arm to strengthen security by improving memory protection.…
Google Slings Websites Into Chromes Solitary Confinement On Android To Thwart Spectre-style Data Snooping
17th Oct 2019 [36 hours ago] from The Register
Ignore the overhead, enjoy Site Isolation – a defense against side-channel attacks Last year, Google deployed Site Isolation in desktop versions of its Chrome browser as a defense against CPU side-channel attacks like Spectre. The technique...
Help! I Bought A Domain And Ended Up With A Strangers PayPal! And I Cant Give It Back
17th Oct 2019 [45 hours ago] from The Register
Any Reg readers have a solution? The web payment giant doesnt care A Register reader says that for months he has been dealing with unwanted emails and alerts because a domain he purchased is connected to someone elses PayPal account, and...
A Cautionary, Thames Watery Tale On How Not To Look Phishy: Click Here To Re-register!
17th Oct 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Mass-mailing your customers today? Read this first Thames Water found itself in warm, er, water this week after a clunky migration effort left customers receiving emails that looked like a particularly sophisticated spear-phishing...
Remember The Democratic National Committee Email Leak? Same Hackers Now Targeting EU Countries, Say Malware Boffins
17th Oct 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Researchers say theyve cracked a Washington embassy and more The hacker crew behind the US Democratic National Committee breach are still at it and have infiltrated an EU countrys embassy in Washington DC, according to infosec biz...
Hundreds Charged In Internets Biggest Child-abuse Swap-shop Site Bust: IP Addy Leak Led Cops To Sys-ops Home
16th Oct 2019 [3 days ago] from The Register
23 kids saved, alleged scumbag-in-chief already in jail US prosecutors say a South Korean man was behind the largest child-abuse image-swapping operation yet found on the internet.…
Sure Is Quiet From Adobe. No Security Fixes This Month? Great Job. Oh No, Wait, Whats That Stampede Sound...
15th Oct 2019 [4 days ago] from The Register
If you thought Reader, Acrobat, Experience Manager were skipping Octobers Patch Tuesday, think again Adobe has finally released its October batch of security updates. It was quiet on Patch Tuesday last week, and now its roaring in with...
Ye Olde Blue Screen Of Death Is Back – This Time, A Bad Symantec Update Is To Blame
15th Oct 2019 [4 days ago] from The Register
The wrong kind of intrusion protection Symantec has acknowledged an issue with an update to its Endpoint Protection Client that causes a Windows kernel exception after users this morning came down with a mild case of Blue Screen of...
Sudo? More Like Su-doh: Theres A Fun Bug That Gives Restricted Sudoers Root Access (if Your Config Is Non-standard)
14th Oct 2019 [5 days ago] from The Register
All it takes is -u#-1 ... Wh% t#e fsck*? Its only Monday, and we already have a contender for the bug of the week.…
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