12 hours ago Microsoft Introduces Free Source Code AnalyzerSecurityWeek View Synopsis+1
Microsoft this week announced a new source code analyzer designed to identify interesting characteristics of code.
The need to patch Cisco Data Center Network Manager for Nexus switches becomes even more urgent.
Federal Judge Gives Final Approval to Class-Action Settlement Over 2017 BreachA federal judge in Atlanta has given final approval to a settlement that resolves a class-action lawsuit against credit bureau Equifax, which in 2017 suffered one of the largest data breaches in history. The minimum cost to Equifax will be $1.38 billion.
It was the year of unicorn sales, the launch of 5G, and enthusiasm for e-commerce, amid government crackdowns.
Two proof-of-concept exploits published for the CurveBall (CVE-2020-0601) vulnerability.
Execs don't care to keep things shipshape if they don't see a return.... so let's MAKE them
Column On New Year's Eve 2019, the good ship Travelex struck the iceberg of ransomware. That's not a good metaphor, to be honest: when the SS Titanic hit its frozen nemesis, it had the good taste to unambiguously sink in two hours and 40 minutes. Not so Travelex.…
Proposed Fund Would Drive More Than $1 Billion Into Western-Based AlternativesOne gaping hole in the U.S. government's push to counter Chinese-built 5G telecommunications gear remains the lack of alternatives. But a bipartisan group of senators is seeking a $1 billion fund to create trusted, Western-built options.
Several proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits have already been created - and some of them have been made public - for CVE-2020-0601, the crypto-related Windows vulnerability that Microsoft patched recently after being notified by the U.S. National Security Agency.
7 hours ago It's Friday, the weekend has landed... and Microsoft warns of an Internet Explorer zero day exploited in the wildThe Register View Synopsis+1
Plus, WeLeakInfo? Not anymore!
Roundup Welcome to another Reg roundup of security news.…
Turkish hackers claimed Friday to have hijacked for more than 90 minutes the official websites of the Greek parliament, the foreign affairs and economy ministries, as well as the country's stock exchange.
IE zero-day connected to last week's Firefox zero-day.
11 hours ago 'Friendly' hackers are seemingly fixing the Citrix server hole - and leaving a nasty present behindThe Register View Synopsis+1
Congratulations, you've won a secret backdoor
Hackers exploiting the high-profile Citrix CVE-2019-19781 flaw to compromise VPN gateways are now patching the servers to keep others out.…