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Simjacker silent phone hack could affect a billion users

The shadowy world of phone-surveillance-for-hire became a little clearer last week following the discovery of a phone exploit called Simjacker.

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Tiny Pacific nation forges ahead with national cryptocurrency

The Marshall Islands is facing rising seas and financial isolation. But critics say their get-rich-quick cryptocurrency scheme won't work.

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Monday review – the hot 23 stories of the week

From Intel's SSH-stealing NetCAT bug to Mozilla's VPN - and everything in between. It's the weekly roundup.

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Apple’s new iPhone 11, and more – Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 100

Josh and Kirk celebrate episode 100 of the Intego Mac Podcast with special guest Dave Hamilton and discuss Apple's new iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+. And we discuss changes to Apple's AppleCare extended warranty and insuranc…

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Just how private are your browsing habits?

DNS-over-HTTPS sounds as though it should be safer than plain DNS, because of the "HTTPS" part - but not everyone is delighted about it...

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Intel: SSH-stealing NetCAT bug not really a problem

There's another vulnerability in Intel chips, with another catchy name: NetCAT.

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Leaky database full of fake Groupon emails turns out to belong to crooks

Crooks made bogus accounts to buy tickets with fake credit cards, resold them to unsuspecting buyers, and left the database-o-fraud wide open.

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Mozilla Private Network VPN gives Firefox another privacy boost

Is this week's test pilot launch of Mozilla Private Network the moment browser VPNs finally become a must-have privacy feature?

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Fin7 sysadmin pleads guilty to running IT for billion-dollar crime syndicate

Fedir Oleksiyovich Hladyr is the first member of the infamous cybercrime network to be found guilty of hacking-related crimes in a US court.

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S2 Ep8: Facebook leak, $5m ransoms, DNS angst – Naked Security Podcast

The latest Naked Security Podcast is live - listen now!

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September 2019’s Patch Tuesday: 2 zero-days, 17 critical bugs

Sometimes, a Patch Tuesday update arrives with a bang that sends users scrambling for cover - September's update earns that description.

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Massive email fraud bust snares 281 suspects

Operation reWired=tired cops worldwide! 167 suspects were cuffed in Nigeria and 74 in the US, among 8 other countries.

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Google experiments with DNS-over-HTTP in Chrome

Following hot on Mozilla's trail, Google officially announced its own DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) experiment in Chrome this week.

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Error-laden phone location data suspended from use in Danish courts

10,700 cases will be reviewed over 2 months, and 32 detainees have already been released after finding bugs in software and raw telecom data.

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Four ways mediocre enterprise security can cost you money—and more

Cybersecurity spending worldwide is estimated to reach well over $120 billion in 2019—and most analysts predict steady growth after that. There’s a reason why companies are investing so heavily in security... The post Four ways mediocre enterprise s…

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Apple Re-Patches Bug That Led to a Public iOS Jailbreak

Over the last couple of weeks, both on the Checklist and on the news section of our site, we’ve been talking about the story of the big iOS jailbreak that was announced in August. This jailbreak was unusual in that it affected the most up-to-date ve…

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Apple announces new iPhones—and the next generation of Apple Watch

This Tuesday, Apple held its much-anticipated media event. Here are a few key takeaways from the big day. New iPhones! The big news on Tuesday was, as expected, the announcement of the next generation of iPhones. Apple is rolling out three new model…

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Wikipedia fights off huge DDoS attack

Wikipedia has suffered what appears to be the most disruptive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in recent memory.

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LinkedIn can’t block public profile data scraping, court rules

The long-awaited decision found that automated scraping of publicly accessible data likely doesn't violate the CFAA.

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Telegram fixes ‘unsend message’ bug that held on to your pictures

A security researcher uncovered a flaw in Telegram's 'unsend message' feature.

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Facebook says location data in iOS 13, Android 10 may be confusing

The OS updates may not reflect your Facebook app setting, but Facebook says it will respect whatever users' most restrictive settings are.

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