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Ukraine's cyber chief comes to Black Hat in surprise visit Black Hat In Brief Tl;DR - the news isn't good Security13 Aug 2022 | 4
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Let there be ambient light sensing, without fear of data theft Six years on web devs finally settle on sensor privacy defenses Security13 Aug 2022 | 14
Palo Alto bug used for DDoS attacks and there's no fix yet There goes the weekend... Security12 Aug 2022 | 1
Starlink satellite dish cracked on stage at Black Hat Black Hat Once the modchip plans are live, you can, too Security12 Aug 2022 | 12
Meta iOS apps accused of injecting code into third-party websites Company insists it's doing so 'to honor people’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) choices' Personal Tech12 Aug 2022 | 17
US reveals 'Target' pic of Conti man with $10m reward offer Fashion Police chipping in on the bounty related to costliest strain of ransomware on record Security12 Aug 2022 | 2
Scientists find gasses from Earth in rocks from early Moon The discovery could help scientists further understand the origins of life Science12 Aug 2022 | 8
Microsoft trumps Google for 2021-22 bug bounty payouts Another $13.7m handed out to researchers, but then again it does have an awful lot of attack surfaces Security12 Aug 2022 | 3
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BT union announces 48-hour strike action in protest over pay 26,000 engineers and call center operators to down tools again this month Networks12 Aug 2022 | 3
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US military fuels eVTOL research with $75m contract The renewed agreement more than doubles the DoD's deal with Joby Aviation Science12 Aug 2022 | 8
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VMware offers cloudy upgrade lifeline to legacy vCenter users But warns 'upcoming major release of vSphere' will break some plugins Virtualization12 Aug 2022 | 8
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FAANGs failing on keeping user data safe from bug hunters Black Hat Time to call in the legal team Security12 Aug 2022 | 3
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FAANGs failing on keeping user data safe from bug hunters Black Hat Time to call in the legal team
Scientists unveil a physics-defying curved space robot It can move without anything to push off from, but only via curved spacetime Science11 Aug 2022 | 49
Russian invasion has dangerously destabilized cyber security norms Black Hat The inside scoop on the Ukrainian IT army, and what could happen next Security11 Aug 2022 | 31
AWS and Splunk partner for faster cyberattack response Black Hat OCSF initiative will give enterprise security teams an open standard for moving and analyzing threat data Security11 Aug 2022 |
Google gets the green light to flood US Gmail inboxes with political spam Federal Election Commission votes to let Google allow campaign email through filters Personal Tech11 Aug 2022 | 43
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Ex-CIA security boss predicts coming crackdown on spyware Black Hat video Plus, spoiler alert: ransomware is gonna get a lot worse Security11 Aug 2022 | 1
Sonatype spots another PyPI package behaving badly Identity of a real person was used to lend credence to a package that dropped cryptominer in memory Cyber-crime11 Aug 2022 |
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SmartNICs to make up 38% of network market by 2026 Dell'Oro sees traditional NICs being displaced for most hyperscale cloud infrastructure Networks11 Aug 2022 | 5
Don't be surprised if your organization suffers multiple cyberattacks Black Hat Failing to fix flaws, a crowded threat group scene, RaaS, and dependencies among crooks are fueling the trend
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FCC rejects Starlink's bid for US rural internet access funds Even those within the agency puzzled by the SpaceX decision when 'we have the technology to improve lives now' Networks11 Aug 2022 | 22
Four charged with tricking Qualcomm into buying $150m startup Updated Technically the chip giant already owned the tech due to real inventor’s contract, according to DoJ Legal11 Aug 2022 | 18
Want the very latest Windows Insider Dev Channel build? Check your disk space You might need to free up 24GB. A bug for now, but might be sign of way things are going OSes11 Aug 2022 | 24
Ex-Twitter staffer convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia Ahmad Abouammo is facing 10-20 years in prison for leaking PII from 6,000 Twitter accounts Legal11 Aug 2022 | 5
BT wins networking contract for UK nuclear site Sellafield Paving the way for the role of AI in the future of nuclear waste processing Networks11 Aug 2022 | 14
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Intel, Amazon, and SpaceX asked to tuck into DARPA's Space-BACN Internetwork of satellite networks advances to 'actually building' stuff stage Science11 Aug 2022 | 12
Cisco admits corporate network compromised by gang with links to Lapsus$ Voice-phished their way in, but Switchzilla claims no damage done Security11 Aug 2022 | 7
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Microsoft joins India's monopoly-busting e-commerce multi-mart The Open Network for Digital Commerce could hardly ask for a more credible participant Software11 Aug 2022 | 3
Meta privacy red team lead: Does your business know its privacy adversaries? Black Hat Ethical hackers, but for privacy programs Security11 Aug 2022 | 4
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Tech industry stuck over patent problems with AI algorithms Lawyers at Google are unsure if they can patent chip floorplans created by machines AI + ML10 Aug 2022 | 29
Ex-CISA chief Krebs calls for US to get serious on security Black Hat Black Hat kicks off with call for single infosec agency with real clout and less confused crossover Security10 Aug 2022 | 10
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