Evasium Flux - Published in Security
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Nasty piece of css code crashes and restarts iphones

Nasty piece of css code crashes and restarts iphones
Fuchsia Fuchsia 7 days ago
Vulnerability most likely affects any iOS and macOS app that uses the WebKit rendering engine to display web pages. Apple is investigating.
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Tiny island atoll’s domain used in widespread ad fraud

Tiny island atoll’s domain used in widespread ad fraud
Dext Dext 9 days ago
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Knock, knock: digital key flaw unlocks door control systems

Knock, knock: digital key flaw unlocks door control systems
Dext Dext 9 days ago
knock, knock: digital key flaw unlocks door control systems
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Serious fraud office trialling ai for data-heavy cases

Serious fraud office trialling ai for data-heavy cases
Dext Dext 9 days ago
serious fraud office trialling ai for data-heavy cases
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Thousands of 3d printers may be leaking private product designs online

Thousands of 3d printers may be leaking private product designs online
Dext Dext 9 September, 2018
Nearly 3,800 3D printers with an OctaPrint interface were left exposed online with no password authentication, inadvertently leaking 3D models and webcam feeds.
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Google warned: your youtube ads interfere with our elections, says russia

Google warned: your youtube ads interfere with our elections, says russia
Dext Dext 5 September, 2018
Google has drawn the ire of Russian authorities for running opposition-paid adverts about upcoming protests.
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Mega.nz chrome extension caught stealing passwords, cryptocurrency private keys

Mega.nz chrome extension caught stealing passwords, cryptocurrency private keys
Dext Dext 5 September, 2018
Tainted extension caught stealing passwords for Google, Microsoft, GitHub and Amazon accounts, but also Monero and Ethereum private keys.
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Multiple remote code-execution flaws patched in opsview monitor

Multiple remote code-execution flaws patched in opsview monitor
Fuchsia Fuchsia 5 September, 2018
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​australian government appoints elbit systems to train defence in cyber

​australian government appoints elbit systems to train defence in cyber
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 September, 2018
The company was handed the three-year contract to train 49 of Australia's Defence personnel in cybersecurity.
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Vodafone nz profit drops to nz$39m

Vodafone nz profit drops to nz$39m
Trident Trident 4 September, 2018
Vodafone NZ has added 92,000 mobile customers during the FY18 financial year, reporting a full-year profit of NZ$39 million on revenue of NZ$2 billion.
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Department of labour denies server compromise in recent cyberattack

Department of labour denies server compromise in recent cyberattack
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 September, 2018
The government department says the attack did not expose any sensitive or confidential information.
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Google open-sources internal tool for finding font-related security bugs

Google open-sources internal tool for finding font-related security bugs
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 September, 2018
Google Project Zero releases BrokenType, a tool that found nearly 40 security bugs in Windows font rasterization components
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Google ads cracks down on tech support scammers

Google ads cracks down on tech support scammers
Dext Dext 4 September, 2018
google ads cracks down on tech support scammers
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Google's campus door security blasted wide open by its own engineer

Google's campus door security blasted wide open by its own engineer
Trident Trident 4 September, 2018
Malicious code sent across Google's network had some interesting results.
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‘camubot’ banking malware ups the trojan game with biometric bypass

‘camubot’ banking malware ups the trojan game with biometric bypass
Trident Trident 4 September, 2018
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This malware disguises itself as bank security to raid your account

This malware disguises itself as bank security to raid your account
Nikita Nikita 4 September, 2018
CamuBot takes advantage of your trust in your bank to hide in plain sight.
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Facebook's 'war room' hunts and destroys election meddling, fake news

Facebook's 'war room' hunts and destroys election meddling, fake news
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 September, 2018
The physical room will be tasked with protecting the network against insidious attempts to tamper with the US midterm elections.
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Hollywood accuses itself of piracy

Hollywood accuses itself of piracy
Nikita Nikita 4 September, 2018
hollywood accuses itself of piracy
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Governments demand companies allow access to data, or else

Governments demand companies allow access to data, or else
Trident Trident 4 September, 2018
governments demand companies allow access to data, or else
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How refusing to give police your facebook password can lead to prison

How refusing to give police your facebook password can lead to prison
Nikita Nikita 4 September, 2018
how refusing to give police your facebook password can lead to prison
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