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World WiFi at risk from KRACK

A team of US researchers have confirmed that an exploit can hack into any WPA-2 wireless network, but details are slim Source: v3.co.uk Advertisements

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Deloitte Says ‘Very Few’ Clients Hit by Hack

Deloitte said Monday that “very few” of the accounting and consultancy firm’s clients were affected by a hack after a news report said systems of blue-chip clients had been breached. Deloitte said it immediately contacted government authorities and the affected … Continue reading

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German elections vulnerable to hacking: ‘cyber-warfare’ say security pros

Chaos Computer Club warned that software being used to tabulate and transmit vote totals in Germany’s upcoming parliamentary elections contains major vulnerabilities; election hacking equals cyber-warfare says security pros On Thursday last week hackers from the Germany-based Chaos Computer Club … Continue reading

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Could CareFirst Data Breach Case Be Headed to Supreme Court?

Federal Court Grants Health Plan’s Petition to Appeal to High Court Source: inforisktoday Could the class action lawsuit filed against CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield after a 2014 cyberattack impacting 1.1 million individuals be the first data breach case headed to the … Continue reading

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Massive IoT Exploit: More than 1,700 valid Telnet credentials for IoT devices leaked online

Security researchers are warning of the availability online of a list of IoT devices and associated telnet credentials. The list has been available on Pastebin since June, but last week it was also shared via Twitter by the researcher Ankit … Continue reading

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Payment security: What are the biggest challenges?

With cybercrime on the increase, payment card security is increasingly a focus for companies and consumers alike. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is there to help businesses that take card payments protect their payment systems from … Continue reading

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Researchers figured out how to disable the Intel ME controller on Intel chipsets

Researchers have discovered that Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) 11, a dedicated (and non-optional) microcontroller integrated into all Intel chipsets, can be disabled through a publicly undocumented mode. Source: helpnetsecurity

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