Computer Security Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Customs seizes container laden with 440 arms, ammunition in LagosRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Oak Ridge Observer

    The Sun newspaper said that amidst wide-spread rumour of another military coup in the country, the Nigeria Customs Service on Monday intercepted a 40-feet container ladden with 440 pieces of pump action rifles at the Tin Can Island Port in Apapa. Speaking on the discovery, Dr. Zeb Ikokide, Vice Chairman of the Port Facility Security Officers Forum of the Lagos Maritime Security Zone, said the frequent import of arms and ammunition into the country might be in connection with all sorts of agitations in the country.


  2. The Best Gmail Phishing Scam EverRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Finextra Research news

    If you use Gmail, pay attention! Security experts have announced that there is a very effective phishing scam out there, and you are a target. This scam, which has only been growing over the past couple of months, is also hitting other email providers, too.


  3. Google targets enterprise with Chrome bundle for IT adminsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Aurora Era-Banner

    A new Chrome Enterprise Bundle has been launched by Google to provide IT admins with the ability to use and manage the Chrome browser across their organisation. Benefits of this new package from Google include a master installer for deploying the browser, and an array of administrative policy templates.


  4. Few firms will be ready for new European breach disclosure rules, finesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | ITworld

    The new European General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect next May, but a year might not be enough for firms to get ready The new European General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect next May, with onerous notification requirements and high penalties, but a year might not be enough for firms to get ready. Recent surveys show that most companies are not prepared for the regulations.


  5. Target to pay $18.5M to settle hacking probeRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Fox News

    Target on Tuesday agreed to pay $18.5 million to resolve an investigation by state prosecutors into its massive 2013 hack, a deal that represents the largest multistate data breach settlement in history. The investigation, led by the attorney generals in Connecticut and Illinois, focused on allegations that more than 40 million customers had their credit or debit card information compromised in 2013 after Target failed to provide reasonable data security.


  6. Sophos Ltd (SOPH) Insider Sells A 221,762.04 in StockRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Political

    Sophos Ltd insider Kris Hagerman sold 56,428 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, May 19th. The stock was sold at an average price of GBX 393 , for a total value of A 221,762.04 .


  7. Target to pay $18.5M over data breachRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | WLVQ-FM Columbus

    Target has agreed to pay $18.5 million to Ohio, 46 other states and the District of Columbus as a result of a massive 2013 data breach. Under the settlement announced Tuesday, the retail giant will also tighten security on its data networks and separate cardholder data from the rest of its computer network, according to the officer of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.


  8. Terra Privacy, LLC. Unveils First Cybersecurity Solution to Use...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Hacker Deterrent Pro uniquely generates constantly-changing whitelists on a moment-by-moment basis to ensure Internet traffic flows only to user-approved destinations Now users finally have a 100% whitelisting solution to protect their digital lives from the constant barrage of hacking attacks. Terra Privacy, LLC. , today unveiled Hacker Deterrent Pro -- the first cybersecurity solution that provides the strength of whitelists without any of the traditional restrictions.


  9. Unlocked padlockRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    ... and other companies to remove that protection, by putting in 'back doors'. In other words, weakening computer security. Tech giants have so far resisted such measures, arguing that building-in alternate ways to access end-to-end encrypted data will ...


  10. Using subtitles on Kodi or VLC could get you hacked - Here's how to protect yourselfRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | TrustedReviews

    Following a series of global cyber attacks, a security research firm has announced that using subtitles on certain media players could get you hacked. Checkpoint announced it has found vulnerabilities in popular streaming platforms that allow hackers to take control over any type of device using malicious subtitle files.


  11. Samsung's Galaxy S8 iris scanner is easily defeatableRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | BetaNews

    If you want to secure your Samsung Galaxy S8, relying on the iris scanner to keep it locked is not the best idea. That's because it can be easily fooled using just a printed photo and a contact lens.


  12. Nerdio ITaaS Adds One-of-a-Kind Security Analytics Solution from Observable NetworksRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Market Wire

    Nerdio , a pioneer in ITaaS technology, announced today it has partnered with Observable Networks , an emerging leader of advanced threat detection services, to offer a one-of-a-kind security analytics solution with the Nerdio ITaaS platform. Nerdio's VDI-powered platform delivers a comprehensive, seamlessly integrated IT environment for the private cloud, complete with unlimited virtual servers, virtual desktops, the complete Microsoft suite, security, disaster recovery, and more.


  13. Hackers endanger movie lovers by embedding malware into subtitle filesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    According to the investigation carried out by Israeli-based security researchers at Check Point, this vulnerability allowed the attackers to gain full access to the victims' computers and control them remotely . The unsuspecting users simply had to download the corrupted subtitle file and launch it on a subtitle-supporting video player.


  14. Norwich hospital and airport cyber attack: Man chargedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Newsday

    Daniel Devereux, 30, of no fixed abode, is accused of hacking into the website of the Norfolk and Norwich hospital in September 2015. Mr Devereux is facing two charges under Section 1 of the Computer Misuse Act, which relates to unauthorised access to computer material.


  15. Scammers claiming to be from Microsoft are taking advantage of global WannaCry ransomware attackRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    Cambridgeshire police has issued the warning after Action Fraud received the first reports of tech-support tricksters jumping on the back of the cyber-attack that crippled organisations across the globe. The WannaCry "ransomware" attack affected more than 200,000 devices across 150 countries according to Europol, with organisations affected including the NHS, as well as Spain's Telefonica and FedEx in the US.


  16. kms-encryption-toolbox 0.0.10Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | Python

    Encryption toolbox to be used with the Amazon Key Management Service for securing your deployment secrets. It encapsulates the aws-encryption-sdk package to expose cmdline actions.


  17. Validian Protects Against Latest Ransomware & Zero Day Vulnerability AttacksRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Validian Corporation , a leading innovator in cybersecurity technology, is pleased to announce that we have received a number of inquiries from our Channel Partners, customers and prospects as to whether our state-of-the-art cybersecurity solution, ValidianProtect, would have been able to protect against the recent global ransomware cyberattacks. The attacks were comprised of two parts; the first being a successful exploitation of a zero-day vulnerability inherent in certain Microsoft operating systems, which then facilitated the second part of the attack that allowed the hackers to implement ransomware that prevents access to critical data and operations.


  18. Target agrees to pay $18.5M to end data-breach probesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | DM Review

    Target Corp. agreed to pay $18.5 million to settle investigations by dozens of states over a 2013 hack of its database in which the personal information of millions of customers was stolen. It's the largest multi-state accord ever reached over a data breach, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.


  19. Credential stuffing tools help hackers break into accountsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | BetaNews

    With thousands of stolen account details available for sale on the web, cyber criminals are turning to new methods using them efficiently to try to break into accounts. According to a new report by risk analysis specialist Digital Shadows , 'credential stuffing' tools are the latest technique being used to automate attempts at account takeover.


  20. Cyber Security Expert Leonardo to Offer Anti-Ransomware WeaponRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West

    When a wave of ransom-requesting cyber attacks hit computers across the globe earlier this month, Leonardo SpA cyber-security experts had already warned clients that a larger-than-usual strike was about to hit. Now, the company is set to roll out a new weapon against hackers.