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open Rethinking VPN: Tailscale startup packages Wireguard with network security 11
open Microsoft finds itself in odd position of sparing elderly, insecure protocols: Grants stay of execution to TLS 1.0, 1.1 6
open For the past five years, every FBI secret spy court request to snoop on Americans has sucked, says watchdog 20
open Cloudflare family-friendly DNS service flubs first filtering foray: Vital LGBTQ, sex-ed sites blocked 'by mistake' 95
open Cyberscum target Microsoft SQL Server boxen – and some careless sysadmins were reinfected after cleaning it out 1
open At the Supreme Court, Morrisons pops data breach liability win into its trolley – but it's not a get-out-of-compo free card for businesses 22
open Apple's latest macOS Catalina update mysteriously borks SSH for some unlucky fans. What could be the cause? 18
By Snapper
open Zoom's end-to-end encryption isn't actually end-to-end at all. Good thing the PM isn't using it for Cabinet calls. Oh, for f... 139
open Australian state will install home surveillance hardware to make sure if you're in virus isolation, you stay there 84
By rcw88
open Singapore government scraps physical 2FA tokens for government services 3
By mj.jam
open Epic Games floats $1m bounty to ID source of 'commercial smear' claiming Houseparty chat app has been hacked 5
open Marriott Hotels hacked AGAIN: Two compromised employee logins abused to siphon off 5.2m guests' personal info 27
open Poured your info out on a call to 118 118 Money? Bad luck. Credit provider 'fesses up that hacker nabbed customer service phone recordings 13
open You know all those stories of leaky cloud buckets taken offline? Well, some may still be there, just badly hidden 3
open Yeah, that Zoom app you're trusting with work chatter? It lives with 'vampires feeding on the blood of human data' 67
By Cove
open AMD dials 911, emits DMCA takedowns after miscreant steals a load of GPU hardware blueprints, leaks on GitHub 23
open Hey, China. Maybe you should have held your hackers off for a bit while COVID-19 ravaged the planet. Just a suggestion 42
open If there's something strange in Symantec's neighborhood, who you gonna call? Not Broadcom, it seems: Systems go down, cut off customers 7
open Tupperware-dot-com has a live credit card skimmer on its payment page, warns Malwarebytes 23
open Brit housing association blabs 3,500 folks' sexual orientation, ethnicity in email blunder 52
By Cav
open Stuck inside with nothing to do? Apple fires out security fixes for iOS, macOS, wrist-puters... and something weird called iTunes for Windows 14
open Adobe debuts disk-cleaning tool cleverly disguised as an arbitrary file deletion bug in Creative Cloud on Windows 3
open Got your number? Maybe. 118 118 Money shutters website after spotting an intruder 9
By Kane
open Memcached has a crash-me bug, but hey, only about 83,000 public-facing servers appear to be running it 5
open It's 2020 and hackers are still hijacking Windows PCs by exploiting font parser security holes. No patch, either 27
open It's time to track people's smartphones to ensure they self-isolate during this global pandemic, says WHO boffin 273
open No, the head of the World Health Organization has not emailed you – it's a message laced with malware 6
open Bored during lockdown? Why not try out these data-spilling KrØØk Wi-Fi bug exploits against your nearby devices 6
By TeeCee
open Online face mask sales scams, 400% uptick of coronavirus phishing reports: Brit cops' workload shifts online along with the nation's 24
open Firefox to burn FTP out of its browser, starting slowly in version 77 due in April 41
open What do you not want right now? A bunch of Cisco SD-WAN, Webex vulnerabilities? Here are a bunch of them 8
open Russian state-sponsored hackers have been sniffing Middle East defence firms, warns Trend Micro 3
open Oh-so-generous ransomware crooks vow to hold back from health organisations during COVID-19 crisis 57
By crayon
open Hong Kong makes wearable trackers mandatory for new arrivals, checks in with ‘surprise calls’ too 39
open Forget James Bond's super-gadgets, this chap spied for China using SD card dead drops. Now he's behind bars 53
open Freedom of Information coverup clerk stung for £2k after deleting council audio recording 28
open Small business loans app blamed as 500,000 financial records leak out of ... you guessed it, an open S3 bucket 16
open Pervasive digital surveillance of citizens deployed in COVID-19 fight, with rules that send genie back to bottle 46
open Remember cryptojacking from way, way back (2019)? Site infections are down 99% – thanks to death of Coinhive 1
open Nigerian spammer made 3X average national salary firehosing macro-laden Word docs at world+dog 13
open Vimeo freezes accounts after malware hunts for logins, coronavirus map app infected with evil code, and more 3
open Virtual machines, real problems: VMware fixes bug trio including guest-to-host hole in Workstation, Fusion 1
open US Health and Human Services targeted by DDoS scum at just the time it's needed to be up and running 7
open Health workers are top of phishers' target lists thanks to data value 15
open Your data was 'taken without permission', customers told, after personal info accessed in O2 UK partner's database 17
open Hey, friends. We know it's a crazy time for the economy, but don't forget to enable 2FA for payments by Saturday 32
open Open-source bug bonanza: Vulnerabilities up almost 50 per cent thanks to people actually looking for them 12
open Avast pulls plug on insecure JavaScript engine in its security software suite 6
open Fresh virus misery for Illinois: Public health agency taken down by... web ransomware. Great timing, scumbags 26
open Thought you were done after Tuesday's 115-fix day? Not yet: Microsoft emits SMBv3 worm-cure crisis patch 12


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