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.?

Denial of service kingpin hit with 13 months denial of freedom and a massive ...

15 Nov 2019 at 7:40pm
Illinois man gets more than a year in the slammer for $550K DDoS scheme

A US court has sentenced the operator of a massive DDoS service to 13 months in prison.?

1Password hopes to cross some items off its todo list with help from $200m in...

15 Nov 2019 at 6:00pm
Though not much detail on said list, except security and privacy

Some 14 years after it was founded and with no external funding taken in during that time, 1Password has finally succumbed to the charms - and $200m in cash - of venture cap biz Accel.?

Try as they might, ransomware crooks can't hide their tells when playing hands

15 Nov 2019 at 6:01am
Sophos sees common behavior across various infections

Common behaviors shared across all families of ransomware are helping security vendors better spot and isolate attacks.?

What a pair of Massholes! New England duo cuffed over SIM-swapping cryptocoin...

14 Nov 2019 at 8:52pm
Account takeovers allegedly used to plunder digital wallets

Two men from Massachusetts have been arrested and charged with 11 criminal counts stemming from a string of account takeovers and cryptocurrency thefts.?

Infosec boffins pour cold water on claims Home Office Brexit app can be easil...

14 Nov 2019 at 1:07pm
'Unnecessary scaremongering' but still some work to be done

Reports that the Home Office's Brexit app contains "serious vulnerabilities" that could expose the phone numbers, addresses and passport details of EU citizens are overblown, say security experts.?

UK Info Commish quietly urged court to swat away 100k Morrisons data breach s...

13 Nov 2019 at 11:00am
Supermarket says it's innocent and we don't need more than that, ICO told judges

The UK's Information Commissioner urged the Court of Appeal to side with Morrisons in the supermarket?s battle to avoid liability for the theft and leaking of nearly 100,000 employees? payroll details ? despite not h...

Londoner accused of accessing National Lottery users' accounts

13 Nov 2019 at 9:15am
Case to be heard in full next year

A man will appear at Crown court in December to answer charges that he used hacking program Sentry MBA to access and take money from online UK National Lottery gambling accounts.?

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