Evasium Flux - Notes tagged with zdnet
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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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​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'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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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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Premera blue cross accused of destroying evidence in data breach lawsuit

Premera blue cross accused of destroying evidence in data breach lawsuit
Dext Dext 4 September, 2018
Class-action lawsuit plaintiffs claim US health insurer Premera Blue Cross intentionally destroyed evidence despite ongoing litigation.
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C&a suffers data leak in brazil

C&a suffers data leak in brazil
Fuchsia Fuchsia 3 September, 2018
The gift card platform of the retail chain has been targeted by a cyberattack.
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Meet ransomware which wears the face of former president barack obama

Meet ransomware which wears the face of former president barack obama
Nikita Nikita 3 September, 2018
The peculiar malware asks victims for a "tip" in return for a decryption key.
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Sonarsnoop attack can steal smartphone unlock patterns

Sonarsnoop attack can steal smartphone unlock patterns
Nikita Nikita 3 September, 2018
SonarSnoop technique transforms smartphones into mini sonar systems to track a user's finger across the screen and steal phone unlock patterns.
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Wireshark fixes serious security flaws that can crash systems through dos

Wireshark fixes serious security flaws that can crash systems through dos
Dext Dext 3 September, 2018
Proof-of-concept code detailing related exploits has been released to the public.
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Windows utility used by malware in new information theft campaigns

Windows utility used by malware in new information theft campaigns
Trident Trident 3 September, 2018
WMIC-based payloads highlight how attackers are turning to innocuous system processes to compromise Windows machines.
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Apple looks to plug app store privacy hole with new personal data policy

Apple looks to plug app store privacy hole with new personal data policy
Dext Dext 3 September, 2018
New privacy policy comes into force on October 3, requiring developers to detail how they collect and use data.
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​linus torvalds talks frankly about intel security bugs

​linus torvalds talks frankly about intel security bugs
Fuchsia Fuchsia 3 September, 2018
Linus Torvalds thinks Intel has gotten better about keeping the Linux open-source community in the loop with CPU security problems, but it started out really badly. And it's still not fair that Linux
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Five eyes governments get even tougher on encryption

Five eyes governments get even tougher on encryption
Fuchsia Fuchsia 3 September, 2018
Official statements from the Five Country Ministerial meeting make it clear: Voluntarily build lawful access into encrypted messaging systems, or else. It's not a good look.
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Why is google selling potentially compromised chinese security keys?

Why is google selling potentially compromised chinese security keys?
Fuchsia Fuchsia 1 September, 2018
Opinion: To sign up for Google's Advanced protection program, you must buy security keys from a Chinese vendor. Security questions have since been raised considering current intelligence laws in China
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Bitfi finally gives up claim cryptocurrency wallet is unhackable

Bitfi finally gives up claim cryptocurrency wallet is unhackable
Nikita Nikita 31 August, 2018
Security ​Troll-killing internet software Trollteq arrives
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Former qualys exec charged with insider trading after protecting brothers from financial loss

Former qualys exec charged with insider trading after protecting brothers from financial loss
Fuchsia Fuchsia 31 August, 2018
The former Chief Commercial Officer tipped off his family in advance of poor financial results.
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