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open WannaCry ransomware attack on NHS could have triggered NATO reaction, says German cybergeneral 67
By DavCrav
open Flaws punched holes in Azure cloud, Apple patches pretty much everything, Eurocops cuff Maltese hackers, etc 9
open Remember those infosec fellas who were cuffed while testing the physical security of a courthouse? The burglary charges have been dropped 41
open China's Winnti hackers (apparently): Forget the money, let's get political and start targeting Hong Kong students for protest info 5
open A year after Bank of Valletta 'cyber heist', cuffs applied as cash-cleansing case continues 6
open Attempts to define international infosec rules of the road bogged down by endless talkshops, warn diplomats 12
open Difficult season: Antivirus-flinger Avast decides to 'wind down' Jumpshot 20
open If only 3 in 100,000 cyber-crimes are prosecuted, why not train cops to bring these crooks to justice once and for all, suggests think-tank veep 43
open Anatomy of OpenBSD's OpenSMTPD hijack hole: How a malicious sender address can lead to remote pwnage 43
open UN didn't patch SharePoint, got mega-hacked, covered it up, kept most staff in the dark, finally forced to admit it 45
By phuzz
open Canadian insurer paid for ransomware decryptor. Now it's hunting the scum down 46
By PyLETS
open Only 6 ransomware attacks on the UK's NHS since WannaCry worm hit in 2017 – report 4
By Cuddles
open Cache flow problems continue for Intel: Yet more data-leaking processor design blunders discovered, patches due soon 50
open Coronavirus claims new victim: 'DEF CON cancelled' joke cancelled after DEF CON China actually cancelled 34
open IoT security? We've heard of it, says UK.gov waving new regs 21
By ThatOne
open The duke of URL: Zoom meetups' info leaked out through eavesdrop hole 13
open Remember the Clipper chip? NSA's botched backdoor-for-Feds from 1993 still influences today's encryption debates 64
open Google halts paid-for Chrome extension updates amid fraud surge: Web Store in lockdown 'due to the scale of abuse' 17
open Maryland: Make malware possession a crime! Yes, yes, researchers get a free pass 32
open Cisco Webex bug allowed anyone to join a password-protected meeting 20
By spold
open Teenagers today. Can't take them anywhere, eh? 18-year-old kid accused of $50m SIM-swap cryptocurrency heist 18
open 2015-member database floats off through breach in Royal Yachting Association's hull 15
open Russian super-crook behind $20m internet fraud den Cardplanet and malware-exchange forum pleads guilty 13
By G.Y.
open We need to make it even easier for UK terror cops to rummage about in folks' phones, says govt lawyer 63
open Ooh, watch out Google. You've got competition. Verizon has a new 'privacy-focused' search engine 28
open Still losing sleep over that awful Citrix bug? This scanner is here to help... you realize you've already been pwned 4
open Who honestly has a crown prince in their threat model? UN report officially fingers Saudi royal as Bezos hacker 64
By Danny 2
open Safari's Intelligent Tracking Protection is misspelled, says Google: It should be Dumb Browser Stalking Enabler 18
open Academics call for UK's Computer Misuse Act 1990 to be reformed 19
open WindiLeaks: 250 million Microsoft customer support records dating back to 2005 exposed to open internet 34
open Capita Education Services accidentally spaffs email addresses in Helpdesk snafu 31
open Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia accused of hacking Jeff Bezos' phone with malware-laden WhatsApp message 43
open No backdoors needed: Apple ditched plans to fully encrypt iCloud backups after heavy pressure from FBI – claim 51
open WTF, EFS? Experts warn Windows encryption could spawn nasty new ransomware 28
open Leave your admin interface's TLS cert and private key in your router firmware in 2020? Just Netgear things 46
open As miscreants prey on thousands of vulnerable boxes, Citrix finally emits patches to fill in hijacking holes in Gateway and ADC 5
open Ubisoft sues handful of gamers for DDoSing Rainbow Six: Siege 14
By chuBb.
open LastPass stores passwords so securely, not even its users can access them 114
open Hospital hacker spared prison after plod find almost 9,000 cardiac images at his home 74
open To catch a thief, go to Google with a geofence warrant – and it will give you all the details 70
open It's Friday, the weekend has landed... and Microsoft warns of an Internet Explorer zero day exploited in the wild 15
By Dabooka
open 'Friendly' hackers are seemingly fixing the Citrix server hole – and leaving a nasty present behind 9
By tiggity
open Stolen creds site WeLeakInfo busted by multinational cop op for data reselling 6
open Unlocking news: We decrypt those cryptic headlines about Scottish cops bypassing smartphone encryption 133
By ds6
open Bad news: Windows security cert SNAFU exploits are all over the web now. Also bad: Citrix gateway hole mitigations don't work for older kit 20
By phuzz
open Spanking the pirates of corporate security? Try a Plimsoll 68
open Top Euro court advised: Cops, spies yelling 'national security' isn’t enough to force ISPs to hand over massive piles of people's private data 85
open What do Brit biz consultants and X-rated cam stars have in common? Wide open... AWS S3 buckets on public internet 17
open Yo, sysadmins! Thought Patch Tuesday was big? Oracle says 'hold my Java' with huge 334 security flaw fix bundle 7
open Updated your WordPress plugins lately? Here are 320,000 auth-bypassing reasons why you should 20

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