Presidential Order Loosens Restrictions On Use Of Cyber WeaponsU.S. President Donald Trump signed a presidential order on Wednesday that revokes a set of Obama-era guidelines for offensive cyber operations, reports The Wall Street Journal. The policy change may satisfy critics who contend the U.S. should be able to move faster, but raises risks of escalating cyber conflict.
The add-on was quietly removed from a recommendations list on the official Firefox blog.
While the Russian military run cyber attack was economically damaging, it doesn't cross the threshold into warfare, claims report by Marsh.
The Apple fan allegedly managed to download roughly 90GB in corporate documents as well as access customer accounts.
A schoolboy who "dreamed" of working for Apple hacked the firm's computer systems, Australian media has reported, although the tech giant said Friday no customer data was compromised.
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Internet boxes blab coordinates on login pages
Black Hat If you want to avoid the cops, or watch deliveries and call-outs by trucks and another vehicles in real-time, well, there's potentially not a lot stopping you.
Digitally signing files and keeping a good reputation are among the best practices Microsoft lays out for developers.
If you're not already suffering from Black Hat/DEF CON overload
Roundup It's time for another rapid roundup of computer security news beyond what we've already reported.
9 hours ago SentinelOne makes YouTube delete Bsides vid 'cuz it didn't like the way bugs were reportedThe Register View Synopsis+1
Research silenced amid copyright, trademark claims
If you were at BSides Manchester in England this week, you hopefully caught James Williams' presentation on the shortcomings of some commercial antivirus tools.