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WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 12:00:00 The 2009 vs. 2019 Meme Is a Gift From Our Smartphones (lien direct)

Nearly everyone now has a decade of photos in their pockets.

WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 12:00:00 Cities Are Tucking Climate Change Fixes Into New Laws (lien direct)

Across the country, cities are implementing new housing and transit laws that, oh by the way, lower their emissions of greenhouse gasses.

WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 12:00:00 As Tech Invades Cycling, Are Bike Activists Selling Out? (lien direct)

Now in the cycling business, Uber, Lyft, and others are co-opting the experience of longtime safe streets advocates.

no_ico.png 2019-01-15 11:44:01 Multi-Purpose Attack Thingbots Threaten Internet Stability And Human Life (lien direct)

News F5 Labs research reveals IoT devices are now hackers\' No.1 target New research from F5 Labs has revealed that IoT devices are now cybercriminals\' top attack target, surpassing web and application services, and email servers. Gartner currently estimates that the number IoT devices will surge to 20,4 billion by 20201, which represents a staggering …

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The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 11:34:04 Two Hackers Charged with Hacking SEC System in Stock-Trading Scheme (lien direct)

The U.S. authorities have charged two Ukrainian hackers for hacking into the Securities and Exchange Commission\'s EDGAR filing system and stealing sensitive market-moving reports of companies before their public release. EDGAR, or Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval, is an online filing system wherein companies submit their financial filings. The system processes around 1.7

ZDNet.png 2019-01-15 11:26:04 Fortnite is being used by criminals to launder cash through V-Bucks (lien direct)

Stolen credit cards are being used to buy in-game currency, leading to money laundering through the Dark Web.

bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-15 11:15:02 BEC Scammers Go After Employee Paychecks (lien direct)

A change has been noticed in the evolution of business email compromise (BEC) scams, with fraudsters tricking human resource departments into changing an employee\'s direct deposit information to divert paychecks into an account they control. [...]

securityintelligence.png 2019-01-15 11:00:02 How Secure Are Medical IoT Devices? Catherine Norcom Has Her Finger on the Pulse of the Industry (lien direct)

>We chatted with X-Force Red\'s resident hardware hacker, Catherine Norcom, about the FDA\'s recent guidance on securing medical IoT devices.

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WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 11:00:00 Virtual Reality\'s Latest Use? Diagnosing Mental Illness (lien direct)

Researchers are turning to VR because it can create realistic scenarios in a controlled setting, potentially making diagnoses more objective.

WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 11:00:00 One Couple\'s Tireless Crusade to Stop a Genetic Killer (lien direct)

When Sonia Vallabh lost her mother to a rare disease, she and her husband, Eric Minikel, set out to find a cure.

CSO.png 2019-01-15 09:57:00 IDG Contributor Network: Breaches, market volatility and the government shutdown: Security in the crosshairs (lien direct)

Last year ended with a number of high profile data breaches, tech stocks taking a massive tumble and the start of what has been to date the longest government shutdown on record. Marriott International\'s Starwood reservation system was hacked exposing the personal data of up to 500 million guests. Quora\'s data breach exposed up to 100 million users\' names, email addresses, IP addresses, and more…Apple, Facebook and Google stocks took heavy hits in December 2018 as the global economy and privacy concerns took their toll, and investors worried about a looming bear market. And then came the government shutdown. For cybersecurity professionals looking ahead at the rest of 2019, these events present a trifecta of challenges.

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ZDNet.png 2019-01-15 09:56:03 Police can\'t force you to unlock your phone by iris, face or finger (lien direct)

A US judge has ruled that law enforcement cannot force you to release your biometric mobile device lock.

bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-15 09:54:01 Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance Establish Health Care Partnership (lien direct)

Microsoft announced a new joint partnership with health care giant Walgreens Boots Alliance aiming to combine the latter\'s customer reach and experience in health care services with the former\'s cloud and AI platform. [...]

bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-15 08:13:00 Windows Security Patch Breaks PowerShell Remoting (lien direct)

Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core 6 (PSCore6) WinRM based remoting have been broken for a specific PowerShell remoting scenario by Microsoft\'s CVE-2019-0543 security patch released on January 8 [...]

The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 07:29:00 Reminder: Microsoft to end support for Windows 7 in 1-year from today (lien direct)

A new reminder for those who are still holding on to the Windows 7 operating system-you have one year left until Microsoft ends support for its 9-year-old operating system. So it\'s time for you to upgrade your OS and say goodbye to Windows 7, as its five years of extended support will end on January 14, 2020-that\'s precisely one year from today. After that date, the tech giant will no longer

SecurityAffairs.png 2019-01-15 06:50:00 Mozilla will disable Adobe Flash by default starting from Firefox 69 (lien direct)

Starting from Firefox 69, Mozilla will disable Adobe Flash by default, a process that aims to completely remove the support for the popular plugin.  Mozilla announced that the Firefox 69 will no longer support Adobe Flash due to a large number of serious flaws exploited by hackers in attacks across the years. The decision was […]

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bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-15 05:28:00 Flaws in a Card Access Control System May Allow Hackers to Bypass Security (lien direct)

Vulnerabilities discovered in the PremiSys IDentity access system could render the building entrance security it provides useless. The vendor was warned about the flaws but still hasn\'t released the necessary patches. [...]

The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 04:32:00 36-Year-Old SCP Clients\' Implementation Flaws Discovered (lien direct)

A set of 36-year-old vulnerabilities has been uncovered in the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) implementation of many client applications that can be exploited by malicious servers to overwrite arbitrary files in the SCP client target directory unauthorizedly. Session Control Protocol (SCP), also known as secure copy, is a network protocol that allows users to securely transfer files between a

The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 03:51:04 How to Secure Your Mid-Size Organization From the Next Cyber Attack (lien direct)

If you are responsible for the cybersecurity of a medium-sized company, you may assume your organization is too small to be targeted. Well, think again. While the major headlines tend to focus on large enterprises getting breached – such as Sony, Equifax, or Target the actual reality is that small and mid-sized companies are experiencing similar threats. According to Verizon\'s 2018 Data

bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-15 03:25:03 New Ransomware Bundles PayPal Phishing Into Its Ransom Note (lien direct)

A new in-development ransomware has been discovered that not only encrypts your files, but also tries to steal your PayPal credentials with an included phishing page. [...]

The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 01:57:01 Unpatched vCard Flaw Could Let Hackers Compromise Your Windows PCs (lien direct)

A zero-day vulnerability has been discovered and reported in the Microsoft\'s Windows operating system that, under a certain scenario, could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on Windows machine. Discovered by security researcher John Page (@hyp3rlinx), the vulnerability was reported to the Microsoft security team through Trend Micro\'s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) Program over 6

WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-15 00:28:00 Ford\'s Shelby GT500 Is the Most Powerful Mustang Ever (lien direct)

The latest take on the muscled up Mustang has more than 700 horsepower and might actually corner as well as it sprints.

datasecuritybreach.png 2019-01-15 00:22:03 De multiples vulnérabilités zéro day découvertes dans les technologies d\'accès aux bâtiments (lien direct)

Un attaquant pourrait prendre le contrôle sur des bâtiments en exploitant des failles non corrigées pour créer des badges frauduleux et désactiver les serrures des bâtiments. La société de " Cyber Exposure " Tenable, annonce avoir découvert plusieurs vulnérabilités du système de contrôle d’accès PremiSys™ développé par IDenticard. Lorsqu’elle est exploitée, la vulnérabilité la plus grave donne […]

The_Hackers_News.png 2019-01-15 00:17:04 Police Can\'t Force You To Unlock Your Phone Using Face or Fingerprint Scan (lien direct)

Can feds force you to unlock your iPhone or Android phone? ..."NO" A Northern California judge has ruled that federal authorities can\'t force you to unlock your smartphone using your fingerprints or other biometric features such as facial recognition-even with a warrant. The ruling came in the case of two unspecified suspects allegedly using Facebook Messenger to threaten a man with the

datasecuritybreach.png 2019-01-14 23:21:00 Prison pour un vendeur de DDoS (lien direct)

Un tribunal de Londres vient de condamner un pirate informatique Israélo-Britannique. Il vendait des attaques de DDoS. Daniel Kaye, 30 ans, qui se faisait appeler dans l’underground " BestBuy " et " Popopret " vient d\'écoper de deux ans et huit mois de prison ferme pour avoir lancé des attaques de type DDoS. Des Dénis Distribués de Service qui […]

SecurityAffairs.png 2019-01-14 23:13:04 German Watchdog will request Facebook changes (lien direct)

German watchdog is going to ask Facebook changes to protect privacy and personal information of its users. The news was first reported by the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, German regulators are going to request Facebook changes in its platforms aimed at protecting privacy and personal data of its users. The German watchdog want to […]

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ZDNet.png 2019-01-14 22:51:04 A security conference will let you hack a Tesla car and earn cash prizes (lien direct)

Pwn2Own CanSecWest organizers will have a car on-site and let security researchers try their luck.

TechRepublic.png 2019-01-14 22:48:03 CES 2019: How to organize your workspace with Humanscale (lien direct)

The M/Connect docking station is integrated into the base of the Humanscale monitor arms.

Kaspersky.png 2019-01-14 22:22:00 Popular Web-Hosting Platform Bluehost Riddled with Flaws, Researcher Claims (lien direct)

He said that similar flaws were also found in the Dreamhost, HostGator, OVH and iPage web hosting platforms.

TechRepublic.png 2019-01-14 21:58:05 CES 2019: The SmartDesk sit-stand workspace has a built-in PC and three touchscreens (lien direct)

The SmartDesk from Cemtrex was a big draw at CES 2019. It features integrated features including Bluetooth earbuds and a wireless charging pad.

datasecuritybreach.png 2019-01-14 21:18:00 Le casse tête de la sauvegarde de données pour PME (lien direct)

La sauvegarde informatique plus que jamais est devenu un élément indispensable pour tous les utilisateurs de données numériques. Si pour les particuliers la question ne se pose pas trop à la vue du nombre de possibilités " gratuites " mises en place, il n’en va pas de même pour les PME confrontées à la problématique du coup/sécurité/efficacité/souplesse. […]

ZDNet.png 2019-01-14 21:16:00 GoDaddy removes JavaScript injection which tracks website performance, but might break it too (lien direct)

RUM was opt-in by default but GoDaddy has now promised to turn off the feature -- at least, for now.

ZDNet.png 2019-01-14 20:33:00 SCP implementations impacted by 36-years-old security flaws (lien direct)

OpenSSH, Putty, and WinSCP are all impacted. Patches available for WinSCP.

Kaspersky.png 2019-01-14 19:50:00 Threatpost Poll: Can We Fix 2FA? (lien direct)

Take our short poll to weigh in on the state of two-factor authentication.

TechRepublic.png 2019-01-14 19:45:01 How to know when to let someone go (lien direct)

Letting a team member go can be a difficult decision. Use the four criteria below to know when it\'s time to part ways.

Chercheur.png 2019-01-14 19:37:03 Courts Hand Down Hard Jail Time for DDoS (lien direct)

Seldom do people responsible for launching crippling cyberattacks face justice, but increasingly courts around the world are making examples of the few who do get busted for such crimes. On Friday, a 34-year-old Connecticut man received a whopping 10-year prison sentence for carrying out distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against a number of hospitals in 2014. Also last week, a 30-year-old in the United Kingdom was sentenced to 32 months in jail for using an army of hacked devices to crash large portions of Liberia\'s Internet access in 2016.

no_ico.png 2019-01-14 19:33:05 Action AGAINST Online Child Abuse Images (lien direct)

When it comes to protecting Children and Young Persons online, there have been multiple initiatives, yet there have also been sadly a several historical failings by some incumbent UK based Agencies which, by inference allowed several disgusting habits to have gone unnoticed. Some of the shortfalls these observations are introduced below from my first-hand personal …

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DarkReading.png 2019-01-14 19:15:00 Cryptomining Continues to Be Top Malware Threat (lien direct)

Tools for illegally mining Coinhive, Monero, and other cryptocurrency dominate list of most prevalent malware in December 2018.

SecureMac.png 2019-01-14 19:15:00 2019 Kicks Off with several Apple Security Issues (lien direct)

The year may not yet even be a few weeks old, but already the headlines have been crowded with a range of issues that Apple users would do well to notice. From malware slipping past Gatekeeper to a mysteriously cancelled hacker conference appearance, there’s plenty to take in this January. What do you need to know about the latest in Mac news?

First, watch out for more suspicious phone calls that ...

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bleepingcomputer.png 2019-01-14 18:51:03 Hope You\'re Using Protection as Love Letter MalSpam has Nasty Surprises (lien direct)

It is almost February and love is in the air, but that doesn\'t mean you should open every love letter you receive. A large malspam campaign has been discovered that uses romantic and endearing email subjects to trick recipients into getting infected with ransomware, miners, and more. [...]

ArsTechnica.png 2019-01-14 18:50:00 Windows 7 enters its final year of free support (lien direct)

Up to three years of paid support will be available after the cut-off.

TechRepublic.png 2019-01-14 18:33:01 How to prepare your organization for the end of Windows 7 support (lien direct)

Over a third of Windows users are clinging to Windows 7, though support ends in one year. Here\'s how Microsoft is handling the transition, and the upgrade paths for your organization.

Kaspersky.png 2019-01-14 18:10:01 Hack Allows Escape of Play-with-Docker Containers (lien direct)

Researchers created a proof-of-concept escape of Docker test environment.

SecurityAffairs.png 2019-01-14 17:31:02 Unsecured MongoDB archive exposed 202 Million private resumes (lien direct)

Security expert discovered an unprotected MongoDB archive that has exposed personal and professional details of more than 202 million people. Security expert Bob Diachenko discovered an unprotected MongoDB archive that has exposed personal and professional details of more than 202 million people. The huge trove of data belongs to job seekers in China, its records include personal […]

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WiredThreatLevel.png 2019-01-14 17:29:05 The Final Season of \'Game of Thrones\' Has a Launch Date (lien direct)

Winter is coming this spring-April 14, to be exact. There\'s a trailer too.

grahamcluley.png 2019-01-14 17:08:01 British TV viewers targeted by email fraudsters (lien direct)
British TV viewers targeted by email fraudsters

TV fraudsters are using the disguise of emails from the TV Licensing authority to steal large sums of money from the bank accounts of unwary Brits.

Kaspersky.png 2019-01-14 17:06:01 Ryuk Hauls in $3.7M in \'Earnings,\' Adds TrickBot to the Attack Mix (lien direct)

The malware\'s operator, Grim Spider, could be affiliated with Russian cybercrime rings, according to some -- others say there\'s no concrete evidence.

Kaspersky.png 2019-01-14 17:02:03 Mozilla Kills Default Support for Adobe Flash in Firefox 69 (lien direct)

Firefox 69 will force users to manually install Adobe Flash as the plugin inches toward end of life.

TechRepublic.png 2019-01-14 17:01:01 Connected device popularity will drive wearables market to $2.9B by 2023 (lien direct)

Increasing consumer preferences for sophisticated devices will drive the market forward, according to a MarketandMarkets report.

itsecurityguru.png 2019-01-14 16:53:01 Multiple Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Discovered By Tenable Research In Building Access Technology. (lien direct)

Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced that Tenable Research has discovered several zero-day vulnerabilities in the PremiSysâ„¢access control system developed by IDenticard. When exploited, the most severe vulnerability would give an attacker unfettered access to the badge system database, allowing him/her to covertly enter buildings by creating fraudulent badges and disabling building locks. […]

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