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Hacker Threw Molotov Cocktail, Dropped USB Drive Of His DDoS Deeds
26th Jun 2019 [10 hours ago] from Naked Security
Those things drop out of pockets at the worst times. Like, say, when youre hurling a bomb at a brick-and-mortar that youve also DDoSed.
Social Engineering Forum Hacked, User Data Dumped On Rival Site
26th Jun 2019 [10 hours ago] from Naked Security
Social Engineered, dedicated to the “Art of Human Hacking,” was gutted, with 55,121 users details leaked on the same day as the hack.
VLC Media Player Gets Biggest Security Update Ever
26th Jun 2019 [10 hours ago] from Naked Security
Maintainers of the world’s most popular open source media player, VLC, has issued the biggest single set of security fixes in the program’s history.
Google Creates Educational Tools To Help Kids Spot Fake News
26th Jun 2019 [10 hours ago] from Naked Security
Google has expanded its internet safety guide for children with techniques and games to help them be more info-literate online.
Serious Security: Rambleed Attacks Blunted – The OpenSSH Way
25th Jun 2019 [27 hours ago] from Naked Security
Heres a way to keep secrets safe in memory, even in a world of hardware-level leakage due to tricks like Rambleed, Spectre and more.
WeTransfer Sends User File Links To Wrong People
25th Jun 2019 [34 hours ago] from Naked Security
Popular file transfer service WeTransfer faces embarrassment this week after admitting that it had mailed file links to the wrong users.
Presidential Text Alerts Are Open To Spoofing Attacks, Warn Researchers
25th Jun 2019 [34 hours ago] from Naked Security
Researchers have shown that it’s technically possible for hackers to target the US Presidential text Alerts system to send fake messages.
Government Agencies Still Send Sensitive Files Via Hackable .zips
25th Jun 2019 [34 hours ago] from Naked Security
Senator Ron Wyden has written to NIST asking for guidance and training for government staff in how to share files securely.
Cop Awarded $585K After Colleagues Snooped On Her Via License Database
25th Jun 2019 [34 hours ago] from Naked Security
Krekelberg alleged that 58 fellow officers broke a federal privacy law by searching for her driver’s license data without any reason.
Mozilla Patched Two Firefox Zero-day Flaws In One Week
24th Jun 2019 [2 days ago] from Naked Security
Two emergency zero days affecting a browser in one week counts as unusual - especially when they pop up as separate alerts two days apart.
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