Day: June 10, 2020

When Your Biggest Security and Privacy Threats Come From the Ones You Love

Research examines the risks and design challenges of accounting for privacy threats in intimate relationships. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Facebook turned to hacking to help FBI catch a child predator – CNET

The social media giant reportedly paid a cybersecurity firm six figures to develop a hacking tool. …read more Source:: CNet

See amazing cosplay spotted at E3 over the years – CNET

With the June event canceled due to coronavirus, we’re all dressed up with no place to go. It helps to look back. …read more Source:: CNet

Illegal Netflix, Amazon Streamers Cut Off After European Arrests

European police busted an illegal streaming ring that provided service to 2 million people and was so sophisticated that it had its own customer-service team. From a report: The criminal network operated for over five years and offered more than 40,000 channels, movies, documentaries and other content, according to European police coordination agency Europol. The…

Rate of Ransomware Attacks in Healthcare Slows in H1 2020

But lull is unlikely to continue for long, some security experts say. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Zoom Closes Account of US-Based Chinese Activist After Tiananment Event

The U.S. video-conferencing company Zoom closed the account of a group of prominent U.S.-based Chinese activists after they held a Zoom event commemorating the 31st anniversary of the June 4 Tiananmen Square Massacre, Axios has learned. From the report: Zhou Fengsuo, founder of the U.S. nonprofit Humanitarian China and former student leader of the 1989…

Remember that backdoor in Juniper gear? Congress sure does – even if networking biz wishes it would all go away

US lawmakers demand answers in quest against Feds-only access points A backdoor in Juniper’s networking gear could provide key evidence in the case against government-mandated Feds-only access – yet the manufacturer has failed to produce a report on the matter, prompting US lawmakers to take action.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

ZDNet Security Update podcast

Senior reporter Danny Palmer interviews cybersecurity experts about the latest cyber attacks, hacking trends and keeping you safe from online threats. …read more Source:: ZDNet

San Diego Comic-Con at Home will be free – CNET

The digital convention is planned for July. …read more Source:: CNet

Helping Remote Workers Overcome Remote Attacks

Because remote workers’ devices are all connected to a home network, they don’t even need to be attacked directly. Instead, attackers have multiple avenues of attack that can be exploited. …read more Source:: Threatpost