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Die Bundesnetzagentur geht erneut gegen Router-Hacking vor

Hacking vom 18.01.2019 um 16:01 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Die Bundesnetzagentur geht erneut gegen Router-Hacking vor. Dies teilt man in einer am 18. Januar veröffentlichten Pressemitteilung mit. Man sei im ...
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Week-Rollover-Effekt: Auf ältere GPS-Geräte rollt ein großes Problem zu

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:55 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Satellit, Gps, Block III Bei dem Navigationsssystem GPS steht alle 1024 Wochen ein Neustart der Wochenzählung an - zuletzt war 1999 der sogenannte Week Rollover vorgenommen worden. Beim nächsten Datum für die Umstellung könnten einige ältere Navigationsgeräte und auch Zeitserver ein Problem bekommen, wurden diese nicht auf den neuesten Stand gebracht. (Weiter lesen)
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Week-Rollover-Effekt: Auf ältere GPS-Geräte rollt ein großes Problem zu

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:55 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Satellit, Gps, Block III Bei dem Navigationsssystem GPS steht alle 1024 Wochen ein Neustart der Wochenzählung an - zuletzt war 1999 der sogenannte Week Rollover vorgenommen worden. Beim nächsten Datum für die Umstellung könnten einige ältere Navigationsgeräte und auch Zeitserver ein Problem bekommen, wurden diese nicht auf den neuesten Stand gebracht. (Weiter lesen)
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Bundesnetzagentur geht gegen Router-Hacking vor

Hacking vom 18.01.2019 um 15:52 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Die Bundesnetzagentur geht erneut gegen Router- und Telefonanlagen-Hacking vor. Es geht um Schäden im sechsstelligen Bereich.
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Bundesnetzagentur geht gegen Router-Hacking vor

Hacking vom 18.01.2019 um 15:52 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Die Bundesnetzagentur geht erneut gegen Router- und Telefonanlagen-Hacking vor. Es geht um Schäden im sechsstelligen Bereich.
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Who Goes There? How Blockchain Could Transform Identity And Access Management

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:49 Uhr | Quelle informationsecuritybuzz.com

Marc Vanmaele, CEO of TrustBuilder considers whether blockchain will become an IAM game changer From a niche cryptocurrency discussed only in the most technical and computing-focused circles, to an imagination-capturing marketplace featured in the mainstream press, bitcoin has undergone a transformative journey over the past decade. As part of this evolution, bitcoin’s public transaction ledger has gone …

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Who Goes There? How Blockchain Could Transform Identity And Access Management

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:49 Uhr | Quelle informationsecuritybuzz.com

Marc Vanmaele, CEO of TrustBuilder considers whether blockchain will become an IAM game changer From a niche cryptocurrency discussed only in the most technical and computing-focused circles, to an imagination-capturing marketplace featured in the mainstream press, bitcoin has undergone a transformative journey over the past decade. As part of this evolution, bitcoin’s public transaction ledger has gone …

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How (not) to store passwords

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:47 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
How (not) to store passwords submitted by /u/kiarash-irandoust
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How (not) to store passwords

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:47 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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Have Aliens Found Us? A Harvard Astronomer on the Mysterious Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:45 Uhr | Quelle science.slashdot.org
On October 19, 2017, astronomers at the University of Hawaii spotted a strange object travelling through our solar system, which they later described as "a red and extremely elongated asteroid." It was the first interstellar object to be detected within our solar system; the scientists named it 'Oumuamua, the Hawaiian word for a scout or messenger. The following October, Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard's astronomy department, co-wrote a paper (with a Harvard postdoctoral fellow, Shmuel Bialy) that examined 'Oumuamua's "peculiar acceleration" and suggested that the object "may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth's vicinity by an alien civilization." Loeb has long been interested in the search for extraterrestrial life, and he recently made further headlines by suggesting that we might communicate with the civilization that sent the probe. Isaac Chotiner of The New Yorker has interviewed Loeb, who was frustrated that scientists saw 'Oumuamua too late in its journey to photograph the object. "My motivation for writing the paper is to alert the community to pay a lot more attention to the next visitor," he told Chotiner. An excerpt from the interview: The New Yorker: Your explanation of why 'Oumuamua might be an interstellar probe may be hard for laypeople to understand. Why might this be the case, beyond the fact that lots of things are possible? Loeb: There is a Scientific American article I wrote where I summarized six strange facts about 'Oumuamua. The first one is that we didn't expect this object to exist in the first place. We see the solar system and we can calculate at what rate it ejected rocks during its history. And if we assume all planetary systems around other stars are doing the same thing, we can figure out what the population of interstellar objects should be. That calculation results in a lot of possibilities, but the range is much less than needed to explain the discovery of 'Oumuamua. There is another peculiar fact about this object. When you look at all the stars in the vicinity of the sun, they move relative to the sun, the sun moves relative to them, but only one in five hundred stars in that frame is moving as slow as 'Oumuamua. You would expect that most rocks would move roughly at the speed of the star they came from. If this object came from another star, that star would have to be very special. [...]The New Yorker: Hold on. "'Not where is the lack of evidence so that I can fit in any hypothesis that I like?' " [Bailer-Jones, of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, in Heidelberg, Germany, has identified four possible home stars for 'Oumuamua, and was asked to respond to Loeb's light-sail theory by NBC.] Loeb: Well, it's exactly the approach that I took. I approached this with a scientific mind, like I approach any other problem in astronomy or science that I work on. The point is that we follow the evidence, and the evidence in this particular case is that there are six peculiar facts. And one of these facts is that it deviated from an orbit shaped by gravity while not showing any of the telltale signs of cometary outgassing activity. So we don't see the gas around it, we don't see the cometary tail. It has an extreme shape that we have never seen before in either asteroids or comets. We know that we couldn't detect any heat from it and that it's much more shiny, by a factor of ten, than a typical asteroid or comet. All of these are facts. I am following the facts. Last year, I wrote a paper about cosmology where there was an unusual result, which showed that perhaps the gas in the universe was much colder than we expected. And so we postulated that maybe dark matter has some property that makes the gas cooler. And nobody cares, nobody is worried about it, no one says it is not science. Everyone says that is mainstream -- to consider dark matter, a substance we have never seen. That's completely fine. It doesn't bother anyone. But when you mention the possibility that there could be equipment out there that is coming from another civilization -- which, to my mind, is much less speculative, because we have already sent things into space -- then that is regarded as unscientific. But we didn't just invent this thing out of thin air. The reason we were driven to put in that sentence was because of the evidence, because of the facts. If someone else has a better explanation, they should write a paper about it rather than just saying what you said.

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Have Aliens Found Us? A Harvard Astronomer on the Mysterious Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:45 Uhr | Quelle science.slashdot.org
On October 19, 2017, astronomers at the University of Hawaii spotted a strange object travelling through our solar system, which they later described as "a red and extremely elongated asteroid." It was the first interstellar object to be detected within our solar system; the scientists named it 'Oumuamua, the Hawaiian word for a scout or messenger. The following October, Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard's astronomy department, co-wrote a paper (with a Harvard postdoctoral fellow, Shmuel Bialy) that examined 'Oumuamua's "peculiar acceleration" and suggested that the object "may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth's vicinity by an alien civilization." Loeb has long been interested in the search for extraterrestrial life, and he recently made further headlines by suggesting that we might communicate with the civilization that sent the probe. Isaac Chotiner of The New Yorker has interviewed Loeb, who was frustrated that scientists saw 'Oumuamua too late in its journey to photograph the object. "My motivation for writing the paper is to alert the community to pay a lot more attention to the next visitor," he told Chotiner. An excerpt from the interview: The New Yorker: Your explanation of why 'Oumuamua might be an interstellar probe may be hard for laypeople to understand. Why might this be the case, beyond the fact that lots of things are possible? Loeb: There is a Scientific American article I wrote where I summarized six strange facts about 'Oumuamua. The first one is that we didn't expect this object to exist in the first place. We see the solar system and we can calculate at what rate it ejected rocks during its history. And if we assume all planetary systems around other stars are doing the same thing, we can figure out what the population of interstellar objects should be. That calculation results in a lot of possibilities, but the range is much less than needed to explain the discovery of 'Oumuamua. There is another peculiar fact about this object. When you look at all the stars in the vicinity of the sun, they move relative to the sun, the sun moves relative to them, but only one in five hundred stars in that frame is moving as slow as 'Oumuamua. You would expect that most rocks would move roughly at the speed of the star they came from. If this object came from another star, that star would have to be very special. [...]The New Yorker: Hold on. "'Not where is the lack of evidence so that I can fit in any hypothesis that I like?' " [Bailer-Jones, of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, in Heidelberg, Germany, has identified four possible home stars for 'Oumuamua, and was asked to respond to Loeb's light-sail theory by NBC.] Loeb: Well, it's exactly the approach that I took. I approached this with a scientific mind, like I approach any other problem in astronomy or science that I work on. The point is that we follow the evidence, and the evidence in this particular case is that there are six peculiar facts. And one of these facts is that it deviated from an orbit shaped by gravity while not showing any of the telltale signs of cometary outgassing activity. So we don't see the gas around it, we don't see the cometary tail. It has an extreme shape that we have never seen before in either asteroids or comets. We know that we couldn't detect any heat from it and that it's much more shiny, by a factor of ten, than a typical asteroid or comet. All of these are facts. I am following the facts. Last year, I wrote a paper about cosmology where there was an unusual result, which showed that perhaps the gas in the universe was much colder than we expected. And so we postulated that maybe dark matter has some property that makes the gas cooler. And nobody cares, nobody is worried about it, no one says it is not science. Everyone says that is mainstream -- to consider dark matter, a substance we have never seen. That's completely fine. It doesn't bother anyone. But when you mention the possibility that there could be equipment out there that is coming from another civilization -- which, to my mind, is much less speculative, because we have already sent things into space -- then that is regarded as unscientific. But we didn't just invent this thing out of thin air. The reason we were driven to put in that sentence was because of the evidence, because of the facts. If someone else has a better explanation, they should write a paper about it rather than just saying what you said.

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Webmin 1.900 Remote Command Execution

IT Security Tools vom 18.01.2019 um 15:44 Uhr | Quelle packetstormsecurity.com
This Metasploit module exploits an arbitrary command execution vulnerability in Webmin versions 1.900 and below. Any user authorized to the "Java file manager" and "Upload and Download" fields, to execute arbitrary commands with root privileges. In addition, "Running Processes" field must be authorized to discover the directory to be uploaded. A vulnerable file can be printed on the original files of the Webmin application. The vulnerable file we are uploading should be integrated with the application. Therefore, a ".cgi" file with the vulnerability belong to webmin application should be used. The module has been tested successfully with Webmin version 1.900 over Debian 4.9.18.
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Largest Data Breach in History | Check if your email is affected

IT Security Video vom 18.01.2019 um 15:42 Uhr | Quelle youtube.com

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Largest Data Breach in History | Check if your email is affected

IT Security Video vom 18.01.2019 um 15:42 Uhr | Quelle youtube.com

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Twitter Android Glitch Exposed Private Tweets for Years

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:42 Uhr | Quelle threatpost.com
Twitter has fixed the issue, which has been ongoing since 2014.
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Twitter Android Glitch Exposed Private Tweets for Years

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:42 Uhr | Quelle threatpost.com
Twitter has fixed the issue, which has been ongoing since 2014.
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Wie groß ist mein Internet-Risiko?

Hacking vom 18.01.2019 um 15:33 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Die Cyber-Kriminalität nimmt in Deutschland laut Bundeskriminalamt stetig zu. Für Anwender ist es daher wichtig, zu erfahren, wie sie sich schützen ...
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Wie groß ist mein Internet-Risiko?

Hacking vom 18.01.2019 um 15:33 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Die Cyber-Kriminalität nimmt in Deutschland laut Bundeskriminalamt stetig zu. Für Anwender ist es daher wichtig, zu erfahren, wie sie sich schützen ...
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South Korean Defense Agency Breached

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:32 Uhr | Quelle informationsecuritybuzz.com

ZDNet is reporting that hackers breached the computer systems of a South Korean government agency that oversees weapons and munitions acquisitions for the country’s military forces. Local press reported that hackers breached 30 computers and stole internal documents from at least ten computers in October 2018.It’s believed that the stolen documents contain information about arms procurement …

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South Korean Defense Agency Breached

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:32 Uhr | Quelle informationsecuritybuzz.com

ZDNet is reporting that hackers breached the computer systems of a South Korean government agency that oversees weapons and munitions acquisitions for the country’s military forces. Local press reported that hackers breached 30 computers and stole internal documents from at least ten computers in October 2018.It’s believed that the stolen documents contain information about arms procurement …

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How can I tell what malware/virus is being attempted through a 'malicious' website link?(what its trying to do)?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:27 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

What companies analyze viruses/malware.

Someone to send a link to that could give me feed back?

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How can I tell what malware/virus is being attempted through a 'malicious' website link?(what its trying to do)?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:27 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

What companies analyze viruses/malware.

Someone to send a link to that could give me feed back?

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Razer Panthera Evo Review - The Perfect Fighting Stick for PS4

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:21 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
The Panthera Evo is a fighting stick from Razer that fulfills a single purpose, and that is to offer the best possible control scheme for fighting games. Weirdly enough, control schemes with old-school sticks are making a comeback. At first, I wasn't sure why, but once I tested one, I immediately changed my mind. The difference from a regular controller is so significant that it's difficult to put into words. If I were to say that it's twice as good as a controller, you can't do anything with that statement because it's not quantifiable. I can only guide you and maybe convince you to try one, and you will immediately look with resentment at your current controller. Now, don't get me wrong, controllers are still good, in their own way, and they still should be the top choice for many genres, but fighting games and a few others are improved with a fighting stick. The only comparison that comes to mind is between mouse and keyboard and a controller. It's a fact that...
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Razer Panthera Evo Review - The Perfect Fighting Stick for PS4

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:21 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
The Panthera Evo is a fighting stick from Razer that fulfills a single purpose, and that is to offer the best possible control scheme for fighting games. Weirdly enough, control schemes with old-school sticks are making a comeback. At first, I wasn't sure why, but once I tested one, I immediately changed my mind. The difference from a regular controller is so significant that it's difficult to put into words. If I were to say that it's twice as good as a controller, you can't do anything with that statement because it's not quantifiable. I can only guide you and maybe convince you to try one, and you will immediately look with resentment at your current controller. Now, don't get me wrong, controllers are still good, in their own way, and they still should be the top choice for many genres, but fighting games and a few others are improved with a fighting stick. The only comparison that comes to mind is between mouse and keyboard and a controller. It's a fact that...
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Rate of Cybersecurity Venture Funding Not Sustainable, Investors Say

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:16 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

Venture capital firm Strategic Cyber Ventures (SCV) considers itself a part of the overall security industry. "First and foremost we are cyber operators," it states on its website. "We advance cybersecurity through expert investment in synergistic teams and technology solving the world's security problems."

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Rate of Cybersecurity Venture Funding Not Sustainable, Investors Say

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:16 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

Venture capital firm Strategic Cyber Ventures (SCV) considers itself a part of the overall security industry. "First and foremost we are cyber operators," it states on its website. "We advance cybersecurity through expert investment in synergistic teams and technology solving the world's security problems."

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Telegram-Bots lassen sich anzapfen

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:15 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Die in Telegram-Gruppen beliebten Service-Bots können auch Außenstehenden interne Informationen verraten.
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Telegram-Bots lassen sich anzapfen

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:15 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Die in Telegram-Gruppen beliebten Service-Bots können auch Außenstehenden interne Informationen verraten.
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National Security at the United Nations this Week

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:11 Uhr | Quelle justsecurity.org

Editors’ Note: Just Security is now producing a new weekly series that keeps readers up to date on developments at the United Nations at the intersection of national security, human rights, and the rule of law.

Somalia Expels U.N. Special Representative

On January 1, the Somali government declared United Nations envoy to Somalia, Nicholas Haysom, “persona non grata.” Haysom, a South African lawyer who had served as constitutional advisor to President Nelson Mandela, began as UN envoy in October 2018.  continue »


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National Security at the United Nations this Week

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:11 Uhr | Quelle justsecurity.org

Editors’ Note: Just Security is now producing a new weekly series that keeps readers up to date on developments at the United Nations at the intersection of national security, human rights, and the rule of law.

Somalia Expels U.N. Special Representative

On January 1, the Somali government declared United Nations envoy to Somalia, Nicholas Haysom, “persona non grata.” Haysom, a South African lawyer who had served as constitutional advisor to President Nelson Mandela, began as UN envoy in October 2018.  continue »


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Tamron hat sein 15-30 mm-Objektiv konsequent weiterentwickelt

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:11 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
ValueTech, Fotografie, Objektiv, Tamron, SP 15-30 mm F2.8 Di VC USD G2 Tamron hat sich entschlossen, sein Objektiv für Brennweiten von 15 bis 30 Millimetern zu überarbeiten. Unsere Kollegen von ValueTech TV haben das Produkt getestet und kamen zu der Erkenntnis, dass hier im Wesentlichen ein bereits ziemlich gutes Objektiv an einigen Punkten modernisiert wurde. Ein Upgrade vom Vorgänger ist allerdings nicht sinnvoll. (Weiter lesen)
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Tamron hat sein 15-30 mm-Objektiv konsequent weiterentwickelt

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:11 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
ValueTech, Fotografie, Objektiv, Tamron, SP 15-30 mm F2.8 Di VC USD G2 Tamron hat sich entschlossen, sein Objektiv für Brennweiten von 15 bis 30 Millimetern zu überarbeiten. Unsere Kollegen von ValueTech TV haben das Produkt getestet und kamen zu der Erkenntnis, dass hier im Wesentlichen ein bereits ziemlich gutes Objektiv an einigen Punkten modernisiert wurde. Ein Upgrade vom Vorgänger ist allerdings nicht sinnvoll. (Weiter lesen)
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Security In 5: Episode 410 - Tools, Tips And Tricks - Graylog, Open Source SIEM

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:10 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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Security In 5: Episode 410 - Tools, Tips And Tricks - Graylog, Open Source SIEM

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:10 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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The ICC Acquittal of Gbagbo: What Next for Crimes against Humanity?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 18.01.2019 um 15:07 Uhr | Quelle justsecurity.org
The International Criminal Court dismissed another case this week, ordering the release of two more defendants accused of serious international crimes. The Court's recent record raises questions regarding its interpretation of crimes against humanity and a prosecutorial strategy that focuses almost exclusively on those at the top of the chain of command.
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