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open European Commission redacts AstraZeneca vaccine contract – but forgets to wipe the bookmarks tab 267
open If you want to leg it through China's Great Firewall, don't forget to pull on your newly darned Shadowsocks 8
By DS999
open Knock, knock. Who's there? NAT. Nat who? A NAT URL-borne killer 17
By herman
open Stack Overflow 2019 hack was guided by advice from none other than... Stack Overflow 9
open Command 'n' control botnet of notorious Emotet Windows ransomware shut down in multinational police raid 12
By N2
open Today's 'sophisticated cyber attack' victim is the Woodland Trust: Pre-Xmas breach under investigation 22
open US cyber intelligence officer jailed for kidnapping her kid, trying to hawk top secrets to Russia in Mexico 29
open Decade-old bug in Linux world's sudo can be abused by any logged-in user to gain root privileges 132
open Apple emits emergency iOS security updates while warning holes may have been exploited in wild by hackers 28
By Tim99
open I was targeted by North Korean 0-day hackers using a Visual Studio project, vuln hunter tells El Reg 60
open UK Cabinet Office spokesman tells House of Lords: We're not being complacent about impact of SolarWinds hack 57
open North Korea infected infosec bods with backdoors via dodgy blog pages, Visual Studio files – Google 19
open Biden said to be assembling cyber dream team to sort out US govt computer security 14
open Digital burglars break into the Australian Securities and Investments Commission 8
open Man arrested after UK school finds wiped hard drives on devices connected to network 37
open Showering malware-laced laptops on UK schools is the wrong way to teach them about cybersecurity 79
open ADT techie admits he peeked into women's home security cams thousands of times to watch them undress, have sex 64
open Scottish enviro bods shrug off ransomware gang's extortion attempt as 4,000 files dumped online, saying it's nothing big 25
open Clop ransomware gang clips sensitive files from Atlantic Records' London ad agency The7stars, dumps them online 16
open Microsoft Edge goes homomorphic: Nobody will see your credentials... but you'll need to sign in to use it 31
open It's 2021 and you can hijack a Cisco SD-WAN deployment with malicious IP traffic and a buffer overflow. Patch now 10
By jake
open Laptops given to British schools came preloaded with remote-access worm 90
open Microsoft SolarWinds analysis: Attackers hid inside Windows systems by wearing the skins of legit processes 21
open Malwarebytes says its Office 365, Azure tenancies invaded by SolarWinds hackers, insists its tools are still safe to use 8
open Slack has entered the Matrix: Element builds a bridge to realm of encrypted, decentralised comms 9
open Dnsmasq, used in only a million or more internet-facing devices globally, patches not-so-secret seven spoofing, hijacking flaws 13
open FireEye publishes details of SolarWinds hacking techniques, gives out free tool to detect signs of intrusion 17
open Labour Party urges UK data watchdog to update its Code of Employment Practices to tackle workplace snooping 14
open AnyVan confirms digital break-in, says customer names, emails and hashed passwords exposed 20
open Scottish Environment Protection Agency refuses to pay ransomware crooks over 1.2GB of stolen data 71
By TonyJ
open Bye bye, said Trump admin to Huawei: You give a cheque-ie to our techies, but there's no licence to ply 39
By DiViDeD
open Hallowed Bugtraq infosec list killed then resurrected over the weekend: We heard your feedback, says Accenture 8
open Signal boost: Secure chat app is wobbly at the moment. Not surprising after gaining 30m+ users in a week, though 122
open Coming in at number 5, it's a blast from the past! Tenable's 2020 security flaw chart show features hits of yesteryear 3
open Ministry of Defence's cyber warfare drive is helping burn a hole through its budget, warns UK's National Audit Office 25
open World’s largest dark-web marketplace shuttered after Euro cybercops cuff Aussie 23
open Microsoft emits 83 security fixes – and miscreants are already exploiting one of the vulns in Windows Defender 12
By Carl D
open SolarWinds malware was sneaked out of the firm's Orion build environment 6 months before anyone realised it was there – report 14
open Microsoft's beefed-up take on Linux server security has hit general availability 8
open Kaspersky Lab autopsies evidence on SolarWinds hack 21
open How I found a bug in YouTube that let me watch private videos I wasn't allowed to, says compsci student 9
open Ubiquiti iniquity: Wi-Fi box slinger warns hackers may have peeked at customers' personal information 27
By Korev
open That's it. It's over. It's really over. From today, Adobe Flash Player no longer works. We're free. We can just leave 141
open Thou shalt not hack indiscriminately, High Court of England tells Britain's spy agencies 33
open Unauthorised RAC staffer harvested customer details then sold them to accident claims management company 46
open SolarWinds takes a leaf out of Zoom's book, hires A-Team of Stamos and Krebs to sort out its security woes 9
By Halfmad
open US courts system fears SolarWinds snafu could have let state hackers poke about in sealed case documents 15
open How good are you at scoring security vulnerabilities, really? Boffins seek infosec pros to take rating skill survey 10
open Intel wheels out new face authentication product that works a lot like Apple's FaceID 9
By DS999
open What happens when a Chrome extension with 2m+ users changes hands, raises red flags, doesn't document updates? Let's find out 35


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