Day: November 5, 2020

Uncle Sam’s legal eagles hope to get their claws on $1bn in Bitcoin generated from sales at dark-web souk Silk Road

‘Individual X’ said to have surrendered the digital dosh The US Department of Justice on Thursday filed a legal request to take control of more than $1bn in Bitcoin (BTC) generated from the sales of illicit goods at defunct dark web market Silk Road.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

US Seizes 27 More IRGC-Controlled Domain Names

The action follows last month’s seizure of 92 domain names used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to spread disinformation. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Peloton Q1 results, year outlook beat Wall Street estimates, members top 3.6 million

Peloton said it expects to have 1.63 million Connected Fitness subscriptions by the end of this quarter, and 2.17 million or more for the full year, topping expectations. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Dropbox beats Q3 expectations

The company said paying users now sit at 15.25 million. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Apple Says New ‘Nutrition Labels’ For App Privacy Will Be Required Starting December 8

Apple has announced today that developers will be required to provide new privacy details to users in the App Store starting December 8. From a report: These privacy “nutrition labels” were first introduced at WWDC over the summer, with Apple saying the goal is to better inform consumers of the privacy practices of individual applications….

Microsoft pledges to give Teams users multi-account sign-in then reels it back to one work and one personal

Still, it’ll make using the platform from home marginally less excruciating There was great excitement followed by great disappointment in the collaboration world this week as Microsoft appeared to confirm multiple account support for Teams before slapping on the inevitable gotcha.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Bug Bounty Hunters’ Pro Tips on Chasing Vulns & Money

From meditation to the right mindset, seasoned vulnerability researchers give their advice on how to maximize bug bounty profits and avoid burnout. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Why Do Printers Still Suck?

Just when we need them the most, with print shops locked down, online schooling in session, and everyone working from home, they fail to step up. From a column: Printers have been my enemy ever since I can remember. My first office job involved an evil printer that suffered daily paper jams. Tasked with fixing…

Gaming Giant Capcom Hit By Ragnar Locker Ransomware: Report

The Resident Evil creator reportedly been hit in a ransomware attack that stole 1TB of sensitive data. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Zoom Snooping: How Body Language Can Spill Your Password

Researchers figure out how to read what people are typing during a Zoom call using shoulder movements. …read more Source:: Threatpost