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open Garmin staggers back to its feet: Aviation systems seem to be lagging, though. Here's why 47
open UKIP blackmail, data breach sueball allegations were groundless, rules High Court 20
open Psst.. You may want to patch this under-attack data-leaking Cisco bug – and these Ripple20 hijack flaws 4
open It's a Meow-nixed system, I know this: Purr-fect storm of 3,000+ insecure databases – and a data-wiping bot 35
open Cabinet Office takes over control of UK government data: Mundane machinery or Machiavellian manoeuvrings? 56
open Brit unis hit in Blackbaud hack inform students that their data was nicked, which has gone as well as you might expect 26
open UK's NCSC reveals Premier League footie clubs to be ripe pickings for cybercrooks: One almost lost £1m to BEC attack 10
open Raytheon techie who took home radar secrets gets 18 months in the clink in surprise time fraud probe twist 77
open Congrats, First American Title Insurance, you've made technology history. For all the wrong reasons 20
open Twitter hack latest: Up to 36 compromised accounts had their private messages read – including a Dutch politician's 11
open Ubiquiti, go write on the board 100 times, 'I must validate input data before using it'... Update silently breaks IDS/IPS 11
By -tim
open UK surveillance laws tightened up as most spying demands to be subject to warrants 25
open Shocked I am. Shocked to find that underground bank-card-trading forums are full of liars, cheats, small-time grifters 31
open Capita's bespoke British Army recruiting IT cost military 25k applicants after switch-on 95
open Pakistan bans one Chinese app and gives TikTok a final warning to clean up its act 2
open Twilio: Someone waltzed into our unsecured AWS S3 silo, added dodgy code to our JavaScript SDK for customers 22
By jake
open It's July 2020, and your PC or Mac can be pwned by a dodgy Photoshop file – Adobe emits critical patch batch 4
By Tim99
open Bad: US govt says Chinese duo hacked, stole blueprints from just about everyone. Also bad: They extorted cash 28
open UK intel committee on Russia: Social media firms should remove state disinformation. What was that, MI5? ████████? 56
open Apple was the only Fortune 50 company to foresee COVID-19 pandemic risk and properly insure against it – Forrester 27
open Computer misuse crimes down 9% on last year in England and Wales, says Office of National Statistics 10
By Teiwaz
open You've had your pandemic holiday, now Microsoft really is going to kill off TLS 1.0, 1.1 8
open An axe age, a sword age, Privacy Shield is riven, but what might that mean for European businesses? 30
open admits it has not performed legally required data protection checks for COVID-19 tracing system 99
By AlbertH
open Hey there, want to break into computers like an Iranian hacker crew? IBM finds 40GB of videos that include how-tos 4
open Twitter hackers busted 2FA to access accounts and then reset user passwords 71
open Seven 'no log' VPN providers accused of leaking – yup, you guessed it – 1.2TB of user logs onto the internet 69
open Judge green-lights Facebook, WhatsApp hacking lawsuit against spyware biz NSO, unleashing Zuck's lawyers 10
open Cloud biz Blackbaud caved to ransomware gang's demands – then neglected to inform customers for two months 11
open Ew, that's unsanitary: SEO plugin for WordPress would run arbitrary JavaScript inputs instead of scrubbing them 4
By quxinot
open Twitter admits 130 A-lister accounts compromised to promote Bitcoin scam after 'social engineering' attack 27
open This week of never-ending security updates continue. Now Apple emits dozens of fixes for iOS, macOS, etc 19
By boltar
open FYI Russia is totally hacking the West's labs in search of COVID-19 vaccine files, say UK, US, Canada cyber-spies 131
open Privacy Shield binned after EU court rules transatlantic data protection arrangements 'inadequate' 73
open Finally done with all those Patch Tuesday updates? Think again! Here's 33 Cisco bug fixes, with five criticals 14
open Twitter says hack of key staff led to celebrity, politician, biz account hijack mega-spree 71
open Report: CIA runs secret cyberwar with little oversight after Trump gave the OK, say US government officials 53
open Twitter mass hacking: Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Mike Bloomberg, Biden, Obama, more hijacked to peddle Bitcoin scam 27
open Is it Patch Blues-day for Outlook? Microsoft's email client breaks worldwide, leaves everyone stumped 40
open Cambridge student rebuilds Polish Enigma-code-breaking box that paved the way for Turing ... and Victory! 80
By rcw88
open Citrix denies dark web claim of network compromise and ransomware attack 3
open Old-school security hole perfect for worms and remote hijackings found lurking in Windows Server DNS code 14
By JJKing
open So kind of SAP NetWeaver to hand out admin accounts to anyone who can reach it. You'll want to patch this 1
open Burn baby burn, infosec inferno: Just 21% of security pros haven't considered quitting their current job 18
open Collabera hacked: IT staffing'n'services giant hit by ransomware, employee personal data stolen 10
open Guilty: Russian miscreant who hacked LinkedIn, Dropbox, Formspring, stole 200-million-plus account records 10
By Halfmad
open Sueball locked, loaded and pointed at LinkedIn over iOS privacy naughtiness 25
open Better get Grandpa off Windows 7 because zero-day bug in Zoom allows remote code execution on vintage OS 19
open Trump reveals US cyber-attack on Russian election-misdirection troll farms 46
open An email banning our staff from using TikTok? Haha, funny story about that, we didn't mean it – Amazon 40
By big_D


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