The Register-Security

"If you're using Pollyfill.io code on your site-like 100,000+ are-remove it immediately."

Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cyber crime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 29 June 2024, 1524 UTC.

Content and Source:  https://feedly.com/i/subscription/feed%2Fhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.theregister.co.uk%2Fsecurity%2Fheadlines.atom/The Register-Security.

Please scroll down to read your selections.  Thanks for joining us today.

Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net).

The Register – Security

87K followers33 articles per week#security#tech
21

MOST POPULAR

Simple jailbreak prompt can bypass safety guardrails on major models Microsoft on Thursday published details about Skeleton Key – a technique that bypasses the guardrails used by makers of AI models to prevent their generative chatbots from creating harmful content.…

YESTERDAY

So, so many lines of memory-unsafe routines in crucial open source, and unsafe dependencies The US government's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has analyzed 172 critical open source projects and found that more than half contain code written in languages like C and C++ that are not naturally memory safe.…
Same APT29 crew that hit Microsoft and SolarWinds. How close were we to a mega backdoor situation? TeamViewer says it was Russian intelligence that broke into its systems this week.…
Join our exclusive webinar on identity security Webinar In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, securing identities is more critical than ever.…
Move comes weeks after Mozilla blasted certificate authority for failings Google is severing its trust in Entrust after what it describes as a protracted period of failures around compliance and general improvements.…

JUN 27, 2024

Congressman warns tech is getting the 'Huawei Playbook' treatment US Congress members warned against Chinese dominance of the drone industry on Wednesday, elevating the threat posed by Beijing's control of the technology as similar to that of semiconductors and ships.…

JUN 26, 2024

KT may have had an entire team dedicated to infecting its own customers A South Korean media outlet has alleged that local telco KT deliberately infected some customers with malware due to their excessive use of peer-to-peer (P2P) downloading tools.…
Russian national accused of attacks in lead-up to the Ukraine war The US Department of Justice has indicted a 22-year-old Russian for allegedly attacking Ukrainian government computers and destroying critical infrastructure systems in the so-called “WhisperGate” wiper attack that preceded Russia's illegal invasion of the European nation.…
OneCoin co-founder allegedly bilked investors out of $4B Uncle Sam has put a $5 million bounty on any information leading to the arrest or conviction of self-titled "CryptoQueen" Ruja Ignatova, who is wanted in the US for apparently bilking victims out of more than $4 billion in what the Feds describe as the "one of the largest global fraud schemes in history."…
Said to have zip tied elderly crypto investors, held them at gunpoint, and threatened to kill them The US has convicted the 24-year-old leader of an international robbery crew that kidnapped and terrorized wealthy victims during home invasions that were carried out to steal cryptocurrency tokens.…
Exploit attempts for ‘devastating’ vulnerabilities already underway Thought last year's MOVEit hellscape was well and truly behind you? Unlucky, buster. We're back for round two after Progress Software lifted the lid on fresh vulnerabilities affecting MOVEit Transfer and Gateway.…

JUN 25, 2024

Australian study finds GPS trackers – and sometimes AirTags – are in demand for the wrong reasons Tracking devices are in demand from organized crime groups and known perpetrators of domestic violence, according to an Australian study.…
Probe: Worker at speech-recog outfit Nuance wasn't locked out after firing Updated American healthcare provider Geisinger fears highly personal data on more than a million of its patients has been stolen – and claimed a former employee at a Microsoft subsidiary is the likely culprit.…
Flash clobber chain fashionably late to Snowflake fiasco party Customer information said to have been stolen from Neiman Marcus's Snowflake instance has been put up for sale on the dark web for $150,000.…

END OF FEED

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

SecurityWeek Briefing.

Cyber War Newswire

SecurityWeek Briefing.