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May 23, 2015

The Logjam Attack ANOTHER Critical TLS Weakness
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The Senate Fails to Reform NSA Spying, Votes Against USA Freedom Act
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A last-minute bid to reform NSA spying before lawmakers break

The Cloud Revolution Requires High-Performance Attack Prevention
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Where there is traffic, there are bandits. from Dark Reading: via IFTTT

Hacking Airplanes: No One Benefits When Lives Are Risked To Prove A Point
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In the brave new world of self-driving cars and Wifi-enabled pacemakers, everything we do as informa

May 22, 2015

How I Got Here: Marcus Ranum
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Dennis Fisher talks with security pioneer Marcus Ranum about writing an early Internet firewall at D

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There's recently been some great Friday Squid Blogging: Giant Squid Washes Up in New Zealand
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Apple Releases Patches For a Watch
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What happens when you build a watch that is essentially an absurdly powerful computer that also tell

Popularity of Drones Raises Privacy Concerns
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USPS Tracking Queries to Its Package Tracking Website
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EU Security Blogger Awards 2015 - 6 Nominations For Infospectives!
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It seems only yesterday I was astounded by the social security blogger award nomination and now look

Adult FriendFinder hacked, users' intimate details exposed on Dark Web
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Adult FriendFinder, a website billed as a way for people to "find friends, sex, flings and hookups," has had a serious data breach. Now millions of people who thought they were using a discrete service to find casual sex have had their private information

High schooler allegedly hired third party to DDoS his school district
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He might face state and federal charges. The attack crippled more than 50 schools, forcing some students to retake tests multiple times, among other miseries. DDoS attacks double, old web application attack vectors still active
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Akamai Technologies analyzed thousands of DDoS attacks as well as nearly millions of web application

IC3 urges social media users to beware: scams and fraud are surging
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12% of the 269,422 complaints received in 2014 had a social media aspect, be it doxing, clickjacking or pharming. Here's how to stay safe. Why the Current Section 215 Reform Debate Doesn't Matter Much
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Joke or Blunder: Carbanak C&C Leads to Russia Federal Security Service
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In an interesting turn of events, a C&C used in theCarbanaktargeted attack campaign now resolves to an IP linkedto the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). Yesterday, while checking the indicator of compromise (IOC) data from the Carbanak report,wh

Can you afford to wait 197 days to detect a threat?
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Financial services and retail organizations agree, advanced threats are the most serious security ch

Scotland Yard worried The X-Files and Star Trek could inspire anarchy in the UK
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Special agents working at Scotland Yard worried that cult religious groups inspired by TV series like Star Trek and The X-Files might commit widespread acts of violence ahead of the new millennium.Exploring CVE-2015-1701 A Win32k Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Used in Targeted Attacks
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Our analysis of the win32k.sys vulnerability used in a recent targeted attack reveals that it opens up an easy way to bypass the sandbox, making it a bigger threat than originally thought. As mentioned in Microsoft security bulletin MS15-051, CVE-2015-170

3 'Old' Attack Trends That Dominated Q1
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What’s old is new as attackers recycle their attack patterns. from Dark Reading:

Please vote for Naked Security in the European Security Blogger Awards!
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The 2015 European Security Blogger Awards will be held in the first week of June 2015. The awards ta

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