Evasium Flux - Published in Security
15

Apple iphone’s usb restricted mode gives feds a cracking headache

Apple iphone’s usb restricted mode gives feds a cracking headache
Trident Trident 3 days, 10 hours ago
apple iphone’s usb restricted mode gives feds a cracking headache
More details>>
Read on nakedsecurity.sophos.com
Tags: Safety, NakedSecurity
24

Another flaw hits tapplock smart locks, thanks to leaky server

Another flaw hits tapplock smart locks, thanks to leaky server
Trident Trident 3 days, 11 hours ago
Anyone could pull a lock's location and unlock code details directly from the company's servers.
More details>>
Read on www.zdnet.com
21

The $99 digital padlock that kept crooks out… for 2 whole seconds

The $99 digital padlock that kept crooks out… for 2 whole seconds
Trident Trident 3 days, 15 hours ago
the $99 digital padlock that kept crooks out… for 2 whole seconds
More details>>
Read on nakedsecurity.sophos.com
Tags: Safety, NakedSecurity
23

Equifax names former ibm watson exec as new cto

Equifax names former ibm watson exec as new cto
Fuchsia Fuchsia 3 days, 15 hours ago
Bryson Koehler previously served as the CTO of Watson and IBM Cloud Platform.
More details>>
Read on www.zdnet.com
Tags: Safety, zdnet
19

John kinsella, layered insight – paul’s security weekly #563

John kinsella, layered insight – paul’s security weekly #563
Dext Dext 3 days, 16 hours ago
Interview/ Paul's Security Weekly Security Weekly ProductionsAldermania, California, datacenter operations, John Kinsella, Layered Insight, Matt Alderman, network consulting, SanFran, software development John Kinsella is a co-founder and head of pr...
More details>>
Read on securityweekly.com
18

Countertack, phishing attacks, and who uses flash? – paul’s security weekly #563

Countertack, phishing attacks, and who uses flash? – paul’s security weekly #563
Dext Dext 3 days, 16 hours ago
Paul's Security Weekly/ Security News Security Weekly ProductionsColorado, CounterTack, Google Chrome, Matt Alderman, Phishing Attacks, security news, Vulnerability, Who Uses Flash In the Security News this week, Google Chrome has a critical vulnerabi...
More details>>
Read on securityweekly.com
16

Banco de chile wiper attack just a cover for $10m swift heist

Banco de chile wiper attack just a cover for $10m swift heist
Dext Dext 3 days, 17 hours ago
0Tara Seals A cyberattack against Chile’s largest financial institution last month, which reportedly destroyed 9,000 workstations and 500 servers, was actually cover for a larger plot to compromise endpoints handling transactions on the SWIFT network. ...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
7

Apple removes iphone usb access feature, blocking out hackers, law enforcement

Apple removes iphone usb access feature, blocking out hackers, law enforcement
Nikita Nikita 3 days, 18 hours ago
1Lindsey O'Donnell Apple said an upcoming iOS software update will remove the infamous iPhone USB access feature, blocking out both hackers – and law enforcement – from accessing a locked phones’ data via the device port. Apple confirmed that new upco...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
10

Smbv1, gnupg, trump usb, and oneplus – hack naked news ##175

Smbv1, gnupg, trump usb, and oneplus – hack naked news ##175
Dext Dext 4 days, 2 hours ago
Hack Naked News Security Weekly ProductionsGnuPG, Hack Naked News, Jason Wood, Kim, macOS, OnePlus, OnePlus 6, Paladin Security, SMBv1, Trump USB, USB, worst 2FA This week, SMBv1 is getting killed, GnuPG updates, the gift of USB, OnePlus 6 vulnerabili...
More details>>
Read on securityweekly.com
Tags: Safety, securityweekly
17

Firefox, windows 10, devops, and bithublab – application security weekly #19

Firefox, windows 10, devops, and bithublab – application security weekly #19
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 days, 2 hours ago
Application Security Weekly Security Weekly ProductionsApplication News, applications, BitHubLab, breaches, Bugs, DevOps, DevSecOps, Firefox, Learning & Tools, SecOps, Windows 10 Application news, DevOps food for thought, learning & tools from BitHubL...
More details>>
Read on securityweekly.com
Tags: Safety, securityweekly
10

A protester is spreading anti-article 13 messages over exposed internet tvs

A protester is spreading anti-article 13 messages over exposed internet tvs
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 days, 2 hours ago
Thousands of television set-top boxes aren't protected with a password.
More details>>
Read on www.zdnet.com
5

Librarian sues equifax over 2017 data breach, wins $600

Librarian sues equifax over 2017 data breach, wins $600
Dext Dext 4 days, 8 hours ago
In the days following revelations last September that big-three consumer credit bureau Equifax had been hacked and relieved of personal data on nearly 150 million people, many Americans no doubt felt resigned and powerless to control their information. ...
More details>>
Read on krebsonsecurity.com
Tags: Safety, krebsonsecurity
12

Android devices with misconfigured adb, a ripe target for cryptojacking malware

Android devices with misconfigured adb, a ripe target for cryptojacking malware
Fuchsia Fuchsia 4 days, 8 hours ago
0Tom Spring Poorly configured Android devices, where the Android Debug Bridge is left enabled, have become an attractive target for hackers. According to researchers, adversaries are using the common misconfiguration to install cryptojacking malware on...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
10

Two bugs in wordpress tooltipy plugin patched

Two bugs in wordpress tooltipy plugin patched
Trident Trident 4 days, 9 hours ago
0Lindsey O'Donnell WordPress has issued fixes for two bugs rated “medium” in its tooltips plugin, including one that can allow bad actors to do anything an administrative user would be able to do on a WordPress site. The Tooltipy plugin allows users t...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
8

Microsoft patch tuesday, june 2018 edition

Microsoft patch tuesday, june 2018 edition
Trident Trident 4 days, 9 hours ago
Microsoft today pushed out a bevy of software updates to fix more than four dozen security holes in Windows and related software. Almost a quarter of the vulnerabilities addressed in this month’s patch batch earned Microsoft’s “critical” rating, meaning...
More details>>
Read on krebsonsecurity.com
Tags: Safety, krebsonsecurity
11

June patch tuesday: microsoft issues fixes for dns, cortana

June patch tuesday: microsoft issues fixes for dns, cortana
Nikita Nikita 4 days, 10 hours ago
0Tara Seals Microsoft has fixed 11 critical bugs in its June Patch Tuesday update, including a Windows DNS-related remote code execution flaw. It also patched an easily exploitable problem in the Cortana voice engine. One of the most serious issues is...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
6

Microsoft reveals which bugs it won’t patch

Microsoft reveals which bugs it won’t patch
Dext Dext 4 days, 11 hours ago
0Tara Seals Microsoft has put out initial clarification around which bugs it will rapidly patch, and which ones must wait for a new product release – and which ones it won’t address at all. In a draft document posted online on Tuesday, the software gi...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
7

Malicious docker containers earn cryptomining criminals $90k

Malicious docker containers earn cryptomining criminals $90k
Nikita Nikita 4 days, 12 hours ago
0Tom Spring UPDATE Seventeen malicious Docker containers earned cryptomining criminals $90,000 in 30 days in what could be a harbinger of things to come.Related PostsDrupalgeddon 2.0 Still Haunting 115K+ SitesBug In Git Opens Developer Systems Up to A...
More details>>
Read on threatpost.com
Tags: Safety, threatpost
9

​another day, another intel cpu security hole: lazy state

​another day, another intel cpu security hole: lazy state
Nikita Nikita 4 days, 14 hours ago
Intel has announced that there's yet another CPU security bug in its Core-based microprocessors.
More details>>
Read on www.zdnet.com
Tags: Safety, zdnet
15

Are your google groups leaking data?

Are your google groups leaking data?
Trident Trident 10 days ago
Google is reminding organizations to review how much of their Google Groups mailing lists should be public and indexed by Google.com. The notice was prompted in part by a review that KrebsOnSecurity undertook with several researchers who’ve been busy ca...
More details>>
Read on krebsonsecurity.com
Tags: Safety, krebsonsecurity
<< Previous Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... 12 13 Next Page >>