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Weekly Cyber Security News 05/07/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. Well, I hope everyone’s recovered from the annoying network outages this week. I’m not going to talk about that, instead here is something to bring other annoyances: How UI done badly can be really bad… People are people, and while there are often oversights in locking down systems, they often still fall prey to moments of madness which starts a chain towards disaster.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 28/06/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. Here we are again, another week and another S3 leak. I really don’t understand how this keeps happening. Either its sloppy admin or people with no technical (or security) understanding is being let loose on a complex cloud service – both are not great. You would hope that when you call in experts to help with a problem, you are dealing with someone responsible.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 14/06/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. Privacy is understandably a concern for all, and for those that are not that bothered and opt-in to give it away, I’m sure they assume it is for monitoring of their activities online. However, in this enterprising case, it appears to go beyond the virtual to physical and not where you would suspect…

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Weekly Cyber Security News 24/05/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. An article that prompts many questions regarding use of PII in a passive way, misses one obvious question: Why was Wi-Fi enabled on 5.9 million devices while in transit? When you next get a moment, just check what, and why you need Wi-Fi and other communications features enabled all the time.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 10/05/2019

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. After last week’s news about a part of Docker Hub being exposed, things have got just a little bit worse. One of the most popular images has a root account vulnerability. Now, with someone knowing what people have, and that there is a potential hole, a target list becomes massively reduced…