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open Online fraud prevention biz fails to prevent CEO's alleged offline fraud 2
open Bad news for 'cool dads' trying to bond with their teens: China-owned TikTok and WeChat face US download ban by Sunday 25
open Iran's RampantKitten spy crew were snooping on expats and dissidents for six years 3
By Palpy
open Woman dies after hospital is unable to treat her during crippling ransomware infection, cops launch probe 95
open Feeling bad about your last security audit? Check out what just happened to the US Department of Interior 21
open Video encoders using Huawei chips have backdoors and bad bugs – and Chinese giant says it's not to blame 79
open GCHQ agency 'strongly urges' Brit universities, colleges to protect themselves after spike in ransomware infections 16
open You have to be very on-trend as a cybercrook – hence why coronavirus-themed phishing is this year's must-have look 6
By HildyJ
open Good: US boasts it collared two in Chinese hacking bust. Bad: They aren't the actual hackers, rest are safe in China 4
open Where China leads, Iran follows: US warns of 'contract' hackers exploiting Citrix, Pulse Secure and F5 VPNs 5
open Microsoft open-sources fuzzing tool it uses in-house to keep Windows so very secure 5
open Worried about bootkits, rootkits, UEFI nasties? Have you tried turning on Secure Boot, asks the No Sh*! Agency 21
open Dunkin' Donuts drops some dough to glaze over lawsuit accusing it of covering up customer account hacks 8
open £2.5bn sueball claims Google slurps kids' YouTube browsing habits then sells them on 14
open Russian hacker selling how-to vid on exploiting unsupported Magento installations to skim credit card details for $5,000 18
open Chinese database details 2.4 million influential people, their kids, addresses, and how to press their buttons 76
open Infosec big names rally against US voting app maker's bid to outlaw unsanctioned bug hunting via T&Cs 13
open What do F5, Citrix, Pulse Secure all have in common? China exploiting their flaws to hack govt, biz – Feds 1
open Court hearing on election security is zoombombed on 9/11 anniversary with porn, swastikas, pics of WTC attacks 27
open Take your pick: 'Hack-proof' blockchain-powered padlock defeated by Bluetooth replay attack or 1kg lump hammer 133
By jake
open Personal data from Experian on 40% of South Africa's population has been bundled onto a file-sharing website 16
open Sorry we shut you out, says Tutanota: Encrypted email service weathers latest of ongoing DDoS storms 8
open Another month, another cryptocurrency exchange hacked and 'millions of dollars' stolen by miscreants 6
open Don't pay the ransom, mate. Don't even fix a price, say Australia's cyber security bods 68
open What an IDORable Giggle: AI-powered 'female only' app gets in Twitter kerfuffle over breach notification 22
open Adtech's bogeymen are tracking everything - even your web visits to mental health charities, claim campaigners 34
open Three middle-aged Dutch hackers slipped into Donald Trump's Twitter account days before 2016 US election 70
open Billions of Bluetooth gadgets bothered by ‘BLURtooth’ miscreant-in-the-middle bug 2
open China, Russia and Iran all attacking US elections and using some nasty new tactics, says Microsoft 33
open Pension scheme cold caller fined £130,000 by UK data watchdog 15
open Ireland unfriends Facebook: Oh Zucky Boy, the pipes, the pipes are closing…from glen to US, and through the EU-side 96
open China’s UK embassy calls for probe into 'hack of Ambassador’s Twitter account' 19
open Now that's a somewhat unexpected insider threat: Zoombombings mostly blamed on rogue participants, unique solution offered 15
By Dan 55
open Don't be BlindSided: Watch speculative memory probing bypass kernel defenses, give malware root control 15
open I can 'proceed without you', judge tells Julian Assange after courtroom outburst 194
By USER100
open Remember the Titans: Yubico jangles new NFC and USB-C touting security key 7
By big_D
open Enjoyed the US Labor Day weekend? Because it's September 2020 and Exchange Server can be pwned via email 7
open Newcastle University, neighbouring Northumbria hit by ransomware attacks 11
open China proposes ‘Global Initiative on Data Security’ forbidding stuff it and Huawei are accused of doing already 43
By Mahhn
open Darknet market's peacemaker sentenced to 11 years in prison 7
open What price security? Well, for the US ban on Huawei/ZTE kit it's around $1.8bn, and you're going to pay most of it 38
open Old and busted: Targeting servers and web bugs. New hotness: Pwning devs with targeted poisoned stacks 28
open Facebook to blab bugs it finds if it thinks code owners aren’t fixing fast enough 5
open Surprise! Voting app maker roasted by computer boffins for poor security now begs US courts to limit flaw finding 52
open When classes are online, how do you get out of school? Florida teen cuffed, charged after crashing cyber-lessons 28
By WolfFan
open Snowden was right: US court deems NSA bulk phone-call snooping illegal, possibly unconstitutional, and probably pointless anyway 43
open Homeland Security demands a 911 for reporting security holes in federal networks: 'Vulns in internet systems cause real-world impacts' 10
open Things are getting back to normal: Chinese hackers revert to bugging Tibetans after brief Euro campaign 5
open Samsung supremo Lee Jae-yong indicted for fraud over role in 2015 merger deal that made him heir apparent 2
open Someone's getting a free trip to the US – well, not quite free. Brit bloke extradited to face $2m+ cyber-scam charges 53
By d3vy



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