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When Security Gets Physical: Mossad Boss Hints At Less-than-subtle Stuxnet Followup
15th Jun 2021 [10 hours ago] from The Register
Plus: Alleged Trickbot developer cuffed by US agents In brief  The outgoing head of Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad has suggested that Stuxnet wasnt the only spanner in the works his agency put into Irans nuclear programme.…...
G7 Nations Call Out Russia For Harbouring Ransomware Crims Ahead Of Biden-Putin Powwow
14th Jun 2021 [20 hours ago] from The Register
Hopes raised in West of an extradition or law enforcement agreement to stem the tide The G7 summit of western countries has called upon Russia to "identify, disrupt, and hold to account those within its borders who conduct ransomware attacks,...
Ex-NSA Leaker Reality Winner Released From Prison Early For Exemplary Behavior
14th Jun 2021 [21 hours ago] from The Register
Will be transferred to a halfway house, attorney continues to fight for presidential pardon Reality Winner, the former NSA intelligence contractor who leaked evidence of Russian interference in a US Presidential election to the press, has...
Norton Dodges UK Courts After Telling Brit Watchdog It Will Be Nicer To Consumers
14th Jun 2021 [27 hours ago] from The Register
Admits nothing but promises amendments to auto-renewal, refund policies The UKs Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has inked a deal with Norton where it will refund customers whose antivirus software subscription was automatically...
Weve Been Shown Time And Again That Strong Encryption Puts Crims Behind Bars, So Why Do Politicos Hate It?
14th Jun 2021 [33 hours ago] from The Register
If we trust it, crooks will too – meaning Plod can get their kiloscrote nab Column  Back in October, a call by spy agencies to weaken end-to-end encryption "because of the children" provoked a bit of analysis on how many times UK Home...
The AN0M Fake Secure Chat App May Have Been Too Clever For Its Own Good
13th Jun 2021 [37 hours ago] from The Register
Crims now know what not to trust, and how to stymie future infiltrations Comment  In April 1943, Japanese admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was killed when the US Air Force shot down the plane carrying him to Balalae Airfield in the Solomon Islands.…...
UK Tells UN That Nation-states Should Retaliate Against Cyber Badness With No Warning
11th Jun 2021 [4 days ago] from The Register
Even nuclear missile attacks came with a 4-minute heads-up Comment  Britain has told the UN that international cyber law should allow zero-notice digital punishment directed at countries that attack others infrastructure.…
EA Games Looted By Intruders: Publisher Says No Player Data Accessed After Reported Theft Of FIFA 21, Frostbite Source
11th Jun 2021 [4 days ago] from The Register
Surprise stealing mechanics made short work of network perimeter security EA Games, publisher of Battlefield, The Sims and FIFA, has admitted to a "recent incident of intrusion into our network" in which attackers reportedly stole game...
Seven-year-old Make-me-root Bug In Linux Kernel Patched
10th Jun 2021 [4 days ago] from The Register
Error handling? Nah, lets just unlock everything and be done with it A seven-year-old privilege escalation vulnerability thats been lurking in several Linux distributions was patched last week in a coordinated disclosure.…
China Arrests Over 1000 For Using Cryptocurrency To Help Launder Proceeds Of Phone Scams
10th Jun 2021 [4 days ago] from The Register
As local search engines stop providing results on crypto-keywords China’s crackdown on cryptocurrencies has reached a new crescendo, with the nation’s Ministry of Public Security on Wednesday proclaiming it has arrested over 1000 people...
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