Interpol: Strong encryption helps online predators. Build backdoors

18 Nov 2019 at 5:30pm
Multinational cop agency reportedly set to issue statement

Multinational police agency Interpol is due to say that tech companies deploying strong encryption helps paedophiles ? unless they build backdoors for police workers.?

Pack your bags, you're going to America, Lord Chief Justice tells accused Bri...

18 Nov 2019 at 3:42pm
High Court throws out Nathan Wyatt's extradition appeal

A Briton once suspected of hacking Pippa Middleton's iCloud account ? although he was cleared after a police probe in 2016 ? now faces deportation to America.?

Pemex hit by ransomware, US Postal Service gets a copycat and new WhatsApp bugs

18 Nov 2019 at 7:01am
Plus, 1Password gets a boatload of cash

It's time for another Register security roundup of the week's smaller stories you may have missed.?

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Intel Prozessoren: Mehrere Schwachstellen

12 Nov 2019 at 11:00pm
Der Prozessor ist das zentrale Rechenwerk eines Computers.

VMware Fusion und Workstation: Mehrere Schwachstellen

11 Nov 2019 at 11:00pm
Die Virtualisierungssoftware von VMware ermöglicht die simultane Ausführung von verschiedenen Betriebssystemen auf einem Host-System.

Google Chrome: Mehrere Schwachstellen ermöglichen nicht spezifizierten Angriff

6 Nov 2019 at 11:00pm
Chrome ist ein Internet-Browser von Google.

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DDoS attacks in Q3 2019

by Oleg Kupreev
11 Nov 2019 at 10:00am
Statistically, Q3 2019 differs little from Q2. In terms of geographical distribution of attacks and targets, we saw a continuation of the now familiar trend of unexpected guests appearing, only to drop out the next quarter.

Titanium: the Platinum group strikes again

by AMR
8 Nov 2019 at 10:00am
Platinum is one of the most technologically advanced APT actors with a traditional focus on the APAC region. During recent analysis we discovered Platinum using a new backdoor that we call Titanium.

DarkUniverse ? the mysterious APT framework #27

by GReAT
5 Nov 2019 at 10:00am
Well-known ?Lost in Translation? leak, among other things, contained an interesting script that checked for traces of other APTs in the compromised system. In 2018, we found an APT described as the 27th function of this script, which we call ?DarkUniverse?.

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