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Millions Of Personal Files Exposed By Insurance Biz, Serial Web Hacker Strikes Again, And More From Infosec Land
24th May 2019 [26 hours ago] from The Register
Your two-minute guide to all the other security news this week Roundup  Its a bumper three-day weekend in the US and UK, so we wont keep you long. Heres a rapid summary of information security news from the past week beyond what El Reg...
Maker Of US Borders License-plate Scanning Tech Ransacked By Hacker, Blueprints And Files Dumped Online
23rd May 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Perceptics confirms intrusion and theft, stays quiet on details Exclusive  The maker of vehicle license plate readers used extensively by the US government and cities to identify and track citizens and immigrants has been hacked. Its internal...
WikiLeaks Boss Assange Acted As A Foreign Spy, Uncle Sam Exclaims In Fresh Rap Sheet
23rd May 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Prosecutors try to paint a line between journos and internet dump lord in case with significant free speech implications Julian Assange has been indicted by the US government on 18 counts of violating the Espionage Act, expanding the legal...
US Telcos Handed Over Peoples Live GPS Coords To A Bounty Hunter Who Just Had To Ask Nicely
23rd May 2019 [2 days ago] from The Register
Privacy slip allegations dog cellular network giants... while FCC twiddles its thumbs A bounty hunter was able to get the live location of a number of different individuals from American cellphone networks through a single phone call, it...
British Army Cyber N Psyops Unit 77 Brigade Cant Even Brainwash Civvies Into Helping It Meet Recruitment Targets
23rd May 2019 [3 days ago] from The Register
Part-timers needed The British Armys psyops unit 77 Brigade is still falling short of recruiting targets, despite cyber skills being bigged up repeatedly by the military and government.…
Well Hack Back At Russians, Declare UK Ministers In Cyber-Blitz Blitz
23rd May 2019 [3 days ago] from The Register
NATOs getting in on the action too British ministers are stepping up their rhetoric on cyber warfare, with £22m to be splurged on embiggening an "offensive hacking" unit as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt vowed to retaliate against Russian...
Phisher Folk Reel In Computacenter Security Vetting Mailbox Packed With Sensitive Staff Data
23rd May 2019 [3 days ago] from The Register
Haul included employee passports, driving licences, bank statements and more The third-party mailbox used by Computacenter employees and contractors to deposit data for security clearance applications has been hacked and used in phishing...
US Air Force Probes Targeted Malware Attack, Blames... Er, The US Navy? What?
22nd May 2019 [4 days ago] from The Register
War crimes trial takes a fresh twist The US Air Force has opened an investigation into a "malware" infection – which it is blaming on lawyers employed by the US Navy who are working on a war crimes case.…
Windows 10 Bug-hunter Reveals Another Make Me Admin Zero-day – And Vows: Theres More Where That Came From
21st May 2019 [4 days ago] from The Register
Vulnerability can be exploited to turn users into system stars, no patch available yet A bug-hunter who previously disclosed Windows security flaws has publicly revealed another zero-day vulnerability in Microsofts latest operating...
G Suitensour: Google Resets Passwords After Storing Creds Unhashed For Months, Years
21st May 2019 [4 days ago] from The Register
Biz app login details encrypted at rest, though, ad giant insists Google admitted Tuesday its paid-for G Suite of cloudy apps aimed at businesses stored some user passwords in plaintext albeit in an encrypted form.…
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