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Facebook Libra rejected by France as “dangerous”

France finance minister: Libra won't be allowed onto European soil.

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Air Force to offer up a satellite to hackers at Defcon 2020

This year, the Air Force presented vetted hackers with a plane's subsystem, which they duly tore up. Next year, it will be a satellite.

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What’s New in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Apple has released iOS 13 for the iPhone and iPod touch, and the newly-named iPadOS 13 for the iPad. This is the first year that the company has created different versions of its mobile operating system for different devices, and there are a number …

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Red team, blue team: Understanding enterprise cybersecurity roles

If you’re trying to understand how cybersecurity works in an enterprise setting, you’re bound to come across terms like “red team”, “blue team”, and “purple team”. The terms have their origins in the war games used by militaries to assess and improv…

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Researchers find 737 million medical images exposed on the internet

Of the 2,300 archiving systems looked at, 590 were accessible from the internet, exposing 24 million medical records from 52 countries.

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US files suit against Snowden to keep book profits out of his hands

The government, alleging that Snowden violated NDAs with the CIA and NSA, isn't looking to stop the book's publication or distribution.

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S2 Ep9: DDoSes, privacy and network hacks – Naked Security Podcast

The latest Naked Security Podcast is live - listen now!

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No surprises in the top 25 most dangerous software errors

An in-depth study of reported bugs has produced a list of the top 25 bug categories in software today - with some old familiar names topping the list.

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iOS 13 security and privacy features

It’s official: iOS 13 is here, come friday. iPhone users will be able to try out all the new features announced at the WWDC keynote in June: Dark Mode, QuickPath swipe typing, a revamped Maps, and more. In addition to all of this, iOS 13 also offer…

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WannaCry – the worm that just won’t die

WannaCry never went away - it just became less obvious.

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Is $100 million enough to save the web from ads?

Mozilla, Creative Commons and Coil are teaming up to launch a $100m fund to drive out advertising and advocate privacy across the web.

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Leaky database spills data on 20 million Ecuadorians and businesses

Included are deep details on 7 million minors, one grownup named Julian Assange, and perhaps a few million deceased Ecuadorians.

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Common storage and router devices are still hopelessly broken

Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by that shiny new router or network-attached storage (NAS) device - the chances are that it’s no more secure than its predecessors.

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Teenage gamer jailed over lethal swatting

Casey Viner got into a spat over a $1.50 wager in a Call of Duty World War II game that led to the fatal shooting of an innocent man.

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Robocalls now flooding US phones with 200m calls per day

According to a new report, nearly 30% of all US calls placed in the first half of 2019 were garbage, as in, nuisance, scam or fraud calls.

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Former hacker warns against password reuse

Kyle Milliken is back from jail, and he has some advice for you: Do. Not. Reuse. Your. Passwords.

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US Treasury targets North Korean hacking groups

The US has formally sanctioned the Lazarus Group and offshoots Bluenoroff and Andariel, which are allegedly acting on behalf of the DPRK.

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Teen music hacker arrested in UK for stealing bands’ unreleased music

If he's guilty, he'll face the music. Heh.

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Firefox and Chrome rolling out DNS over HTTPS (DoH) feature

Earlier this month, Mozilla announced that Firefox will begin enabling “DNS over HTTPS” (DoH) by default for USA-based users. Not intending to be left behind in the pursuit of safer browsing, Google has announced that it, too, will begin experimenti…

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iPhone lockscreen bypass: iOS 13 tricked into showing your contacts

This time, José Rodríguez came up with a way to trick the iOS 13 beta into showing its address book without the need to unlock the screen.

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Google fixes Chromebook 2FA flaw in ‘built-in security key’

Google has discovered a flaw in a Chromebook security feature which allows owners to press their device’s power button to initiate U2F 2FA.

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