Just in case we've not made ourselves clear, Samsung screwed you over, adds Sprint
Sprint has told some of its subscribers that a piss-poor Samsung website exposed their personal details to the internet.?
Public-facing insecure ElasticSearch silo found, reported, hidden from view
Internal hotel biz documents and guest bookings were exposed to everyone on the public internet from an unsecured database managed by tech provider AavGo, it is claimed.?
And Windows XP is alive and not well in the public sector
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has had another busy year trying to disrupt cybercrime.?
API blunder exposes data, fix incoming from Lenovo
Lenovo is emitting an emergency firmware patch for Iomega NAS devices after the network-attached storage boxes were discovered inadvertently offering millions of files to the internet via an insecure software interface.?
Patched IDOR hole would have been child's play to exploit
Updated A now-patched vulnerability in the Amadeus flight reservation system ? used by airlines around the planet ? could, or may, have been exploited by miscreants to view strangers' boarding passes.?
Looks like the ailing security shop priced itself out of an acquisition by chip giant
Symantec's share price has plunged on reports that its planned merger with Broadcom has fallen through.?
Account hijacking claimed by some but it may just be a developer behaving badly
What you need to know from infosec land lately
Roundup Here is a brief look at some of the other security stories floating around right now.?
Scrambling addresses can't always hide you from stalkers, say eggheads
A team of US academics have proposed a simple method to defeat the Bluetooth LE standard's anti-tracking measures.?
He also said they're working with the CIA
Infosec company ESET is reportedly suing a member of the Slovakian Parliament for insulting it over social media.?