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Reasons to be fearful 2020: Smishing, public Wi-Fi, deepfakes... and all the usual suspects - Cyber security news

Reasons to be fearful 2020: Smishing, public Wi-Fi, deepfakes... and all the usual suspects

How to fool infosec wonks into pinning a cyber attack on China, Russia, Iran, whomever - Cyber security news

How to fool infosec wonks into pinning a cyber attack on China, Russia, Iran, whomever

Atlassian scrambles to fix zero-day security hole accidentally disclosed on Twitter - Cyber security news

Atlassian scrambles to fix zero-day security hole accidentally disclosed on Twitter

Lazarus group goes back to the Apple orchard with new macOS trojan - Cyber security news

Lazarus group goes back to the Apple orchard with new macOS trojan

AWS has new tool for those leaky S3 buckets so, yeah, you might need to reconfigure a few things - Cyber security news

AWS has new tool for those leaky S3 buckets so, yeah, you might need to reconfigure a few things

The blame game: When hackers steal your data, is it a corporate failure – or the attackers' fault? - Cyber security news

The blame game: When hackers steal your data, is it a corporate failure – or the attackers' fault?

Google caught a Russian state hacker crew uploading badness to the Play Store - Cyber security news

Google caught a Russian state hacker crew uploading badness to the Play Store

Cloudy biz Datrix locks down phishing attack in 15 mins after fat thumb triggers email badness - Cyber security news

Cloudy biz Datrix locks down phishing attack in 15 mins after fat thumb triggers email badness

Mozilla expands bug bounty program and triples payouts for flaw finders for hire - Cyber security news

Mozilla expands bug bounty program and triples payouts for flaw finders for hire

Half of Oracle E-Business customers open to months-old bank fraud flaw - Cyber security news

Half of Oracle E-Business customers open to months-old bank fraud flaw

A bridge over troubled water: Intel teases Ponte Vecchio, the GPU brains in US govt's 1-exaFLOPS Aurora supercomputer - Cyber security news

A bridge over troubled water: Intel teases Ponte Vecchio, the GPU brains in US govt's 1-exaFLOPS Aurora supercomputer

Russian bloke charged in US with running $20 million stolen card-as-a-service online souk - Cyber security news

Russian bloke charged in US with running $20 million stolen card-as-a-service online souk

Back-2-school hacking: Kaspersky blames pesky script kiddies for rash of DDoS cyber hooliganism - Cyber security news

Back-2-school hacking: Kaspersky blames pesky script kiddies for rash of DDoS cyber hooliganism

If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is: Nobody can decrypt the Dharma ransomware - Cyber security news

If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is: Nobody can decrypt the Dharma ransomware

237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years - Cyber security news

237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years

This may shock you but Adobe is shipping insecure software. No, it's not Flash this time. Nope, not Acrobat, either - Cyber security news

This may shock you but Adobe is shipping insecure software. No, it's not Flash this time. Nope, not Acrobat, either