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Mehrere Probleme in python-Pillow (SUSE)

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Fehlerhafte Zugriffsrechte in virtrhel (Red Hat)

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Fehlerhafte Zugriffsrechte in libvirt (Red Hat)

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Ausführen von Code mit höheren Privilegien in singularity (Fedora)

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Mehrere Probleme in thunderbird (Fedora)

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Zahlenüberlauf in Linux (Fedora)

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Preisgabe von Informationen in python-Jinja2 (SUSE)

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Zwei Probleme in sysstat (SUSE)

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Gegen alle Risiken gewappnet – Bedrohungsanalyse in Produktionsnetzwerken

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Soll ein IT-Security-Management in der Produktion aufgebaut werden, gilt es die Bedrohungen und Risiken zu bewerten sowie wirtschaftliche ...
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Leitfaden für sichere Blockchain

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Dabei legt die Behörde einen Fokus auf die Möglichkeiten und Hindernisse bezüglich der IT-Sicherheit der Technologie. Hier geht es zum Leitfaden ...
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Microsoft Releases New Microsoft Edge Browser Update, Pulls It Due to Major Bug

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Microsoft has recently released a new update for Microsoft Edge Dev, but the company pulled it a few hours after the launch due to a major bug. The weekly update for Microsoft Edge Dev pushed the version to 76.0.167.0 and included a built-in translator enabled for all users. Additionally, it brought the dark mode to all devices, with the browser now matching the visual style on both Windows 10 and macOS. And last but not least, this release enabled keyword search for the address bar. Microsoft explains how this feature works: “When you begin to type the “keyword” for a search engine into the address bar, you will be reminded that you can press tab to search using that engine. You can also type the entire keyword and press space to enter keyword search mode. If you continue typing and press enter, you will navigate directly to search results for that search engine. You may also see search suggestions from that engine as you type. Keyword search is available for a...
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Vier Schritte, um die IT-Umgebung im Unternehmen sicher zu halten

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Bisherige Vorfälle haben gezeigt, dass Sicherheitslücken oft auf eine schlechte IT-Hygiene zurückzuführen sind: nicht optimal konfigurierte Hard- oder ...
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Passwortsicherheit braucht eine starke Sicherheitskultur

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... effektive Sicherheitsrichtlinien zu etablieren. Der Passwortmanager LastPass gibt Unternehmen Tipps, wie sie ihre IT-Sicherheit steigern können.
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Vier Schritte, um die IT-Umgebung im Unternehmen sicher zu halten

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Datenschutzverletzungen sind nicht ungewöhnlich und treten sogar täglich auf. Die globale Breach Level Index-Datenbank von Gemalto, die Datenschutzverletzungen nach Art der gefährdeten Daten, Zugriffsmethode und Art der Verletzung verfolgt und analysiert, bietet eine leistungsfähige visuelle Darstellung der Datenschutzverletzungen, die jeden Tag gemeldet werden. Bisherige Vorfälle haben gezeigt, dass Sicherheitslücken oft auf eine schlechte IT-Hygiene zurückzuführen sind: nicht optimal konfigurierte Hard- oder Software, die nicht den neuesten Patch erhalten hat, sowie zu weitreichende Zugriffsrechte auf Daten für Benutzer, die nur einen Bruchteil dieser Rechte für ihre Arbeit benötigen würden.
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Human error causes health data breach of 1.6 M Puerto Ricans

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A human error caused by information technology vendor Inmediata Health Group is reported to have led to the leak of health data related to more than 1.6 M Puerto Ricans. However, the healthcare services provider says that there is no evidence that the data was scraped and sold on the dark web or used for […]

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Cyber Attacks on IoT cause £ 1billion loss to the UK economy

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Recent research carried out by a Dutch Software firm named Irdeto claims that cyber attacks on the Internet of Things (IoT) are causing a £ 1billion loss to UK Economy. The software company estimates that the economy of the United Kingdom suffers over $244,000 loss on an average every year with malware attacks and data […]

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4499177

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Microsoft has released a new cumulative update for Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) and Windows Server 2016. Windows 10 cumulative update KB4499177 pushes the OS build number to 14393.2999 and comes with fixes that are also part of the other cumulative updates released for the rest of Windows 10 versions. For example, this update updates time zone information for Morocco and Palestinian Authority, while also resolving an issue that causes Microsoft Office and other applications to prompt for a password after the user account password is changed. Additionally, Microsoft says Windows 10 cumulative update KB4499177 fix an issue that causes the OS to fail to record the last logon time of a local user, “even when the user has accessed the server’s network share,” as per the official changelog. The full release notes are embedded in the box at the end of the article. Anniversary Update no longer supported for Home and Pro As the majority ...
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SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites On Thrice-Flown Rocket, Sticks Landing

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SpaceX's fifth Falcon 9 rocket of the year successfully launched from Cape Canaveral this evening, sending 60 internet-beaming satellites into space. Space.com reports: Following the successful launch, the rocket's first stage gently touched down on a floating platform at sea, marking the company's 40th booster recovery. It was the third flight for this particular booster, marking just the second time SpaceX has flown a Falcon 9 first stage more than twice. The third time was a charm for SpaceX as the Falcon 9 lifted off at 10:30 p.m. EDT (0230 GMT on May 24) from Space Launch Complex 40 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station here, following several delays: first a 24-hour delay due to high upper-level winds on May 15, and then a weeklong delay so SpaceX could give the onboard satellites a software software upgrade. Tucked inside the rocket's nose cone were 60 satellites -- the first batch of SpaceX's Starlink megaconstellation, which the company hopes will help provide affordable internet coverage to the world. Each of the Starlink satellites weighs 500 lbs. (227 kg). The 60-spacecraft haul is the heaviest payload that a Falcon 9 has yet hoisted to orbit, SpaceX representatives have said. The aerospace company plans to launch nearly 12,000 of these satellites in total, "which will park themselves in low-Earth orbit and beam internet coverage to the world below," the report says. "There will be two Starlink flocks: one constellation of 4,409 satellites and a second constellation of 7,518 satellites, according to an agreement with the FCC." The one caveat is that the FCC approvals require SpaceX to launch half of the planned satellites within the next six years.

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Issue #41 - Volume XXI - SANS Newsbites - May 24th, 2019

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Facebook Figures Five Percent of Accounts Are Fake

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Facebook on Thursday said it recently disabled billions of bogus accounts set up by "bad actors" and that five percent of active accounts are likely fakes.

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US Officials Say Foreign Election Hacking Is Inevitable

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The hacking of U.S. election systems, including by foreign adversaries, is inevitable, and the real challenge is ensuring the country is resilient enough to withstand catastrophic problems from cyber breaches, government officials said Wednesday.

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FHDW: Schutz vor Gefahren aus dem Netz

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So eindeutig schätzt Professor Ralf Schumann, Leiter des Kompetenzzentrums „Information Security“ an der Fachhochschule der Wirtschaft (FHDW) ...
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Popular Info Sec Tools

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Gemalto Partners: Security Champions that Accelerated Organisations’ Digital Growth

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In early May Gemalto held two events at which we recognised the outstanding work of our digital security partners in accelerating organisations’ digital growth over the past year. On 7 May 2019, we decided to take in the breathtaking views of Stockholm at Hotel At Six, the city’s newest five-star luxury hotel. Gemalto executives Aydin […]

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Making Security and Compliance a Priority in the Cloud

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Global data breaches hit 1,500 in 2018, based on public disclosures, making security and compliance in the cloud a top priority for enterprises. While cloud computing can quickly expand your capabilities and help you achieve your business goals, it also introduces complexity to securing these new computing environments.  Despite the complexity, many enterprises now consider […]

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Die Rolle von KI in der Cybersicherheit

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Welchen Einfluss künstliche Intelligenz auf die Arbeitsbedingungen der Zukunft hat, wird kontrovers diskutiert. Cybersicherheit scheint auf jeden Fall einer jener Bereiche zu sein, in denen KI auf unterschiedliche Weise hilfreich ist. Dazu Fragen an und Antworten von Patrick Hunter, One Identity.


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Synthesizer Pioneer Bob Moog Gets His Own 'Moogseum'

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harrymcc writes: In the 1960s, Bob Moog helped invent electronic music as we know it by popularizing the synthesizer. He died in 2005, but Moog synthesizers are still widely used by top musical acts. And now his life, work, and legacy are the subject of a new museum in Asheville, NC, his hometown. Over at Fast Company, Sean Captain took a look at the museum, Moog's accomplishments, and the history of music produced with his instruments -- from the classical blockbuster "Switched-On Bach" onwards.

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Facebook Messenger s10 hacked.

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I recently got a message from a friend trying to share YouTube video. I clicked on it.

Today all of my contacts got the same a message from me although I did not send it to them.

I'm running a Galaxy S10 plus on Android 9.0 with the latest security patch.

How can I fix this? Is my phone hacked or is it just my account. Do I need to wipe my phone?

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Wie der Digital Twin die Weichen für visionäre Unternehmen stellt

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Das von der Gartner Group 2018 vorgestellte Konzept eines Digital Twin für Organisationen (DTO) verspricht nicht nur eine optimale und umfassende Planung aller Prozesse im Unternehmen, sondern auch eine beschleunigte Verwirklichung der digitalen Transformation.


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GitHub Launches Sponsors, Lets You Pay Your Favorite Open-Source Contributors

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GitHub today launched Sponsors, a new tool that lets you give financial support to open-source developers through recurring monthly payments. Developers will be able to opt into having a "Sponsor me" button on their GitHub repositories and open-source projects will also be able to highlight their funding models, no matter whether that's individual contributions to developers or using Patreon, Tidelift, Ko-fi or Open Collective. TechCrunch reports: The mission here, GitHub says, is to "expand the opportunities to participate in and build on open source." That's likely to be a bit controversial among some open-source developers who don't want financial interests to influence what people will work on. And there may be some truth to that as this may drive open-source developers to focus on projects that are more likely to attract financial contributions over more esoteric projects that are interesting and challenging but aren't likely to find financial backers on GitHub. The program is only open to open-source developers. During the first year of a developer's participation, GitHub (and by extension, its corporate overlords at Microsoft) will also match up to $5,000 in contributions. For the next 12 months, GitHub won't charge any payment processing fees either (though it will do so after this time is over). GitHub tells me that developers will be able to set up multiple sponsorship tiers with benefits that can be set by the developer, too. In many ways, then, this isn't all that different from sponsoring a Twitch streamer, for example, with monthly payments and special benefits depending on how much you pay.

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Researcher Drops 3 Separate 0-Day Windows Exploits in 24 Hours

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SandboxEscaper, the security researcher who posted a claimed zero-day Windows 10 vulnerability on GitHub Tuesday, has now posted the remaining four exploits (two yesterday and the final two today) that he or she (we'll say 'she') said she possessed. 

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Instagram Says Not Source of Contact Info for Influential Users

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Instagram on Thursday said it was not the source of private contact information for millions of influential users of the service recently found in an unguarded online database.

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Senate Passes Bill Cracking Down On Robocalls

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The Senate on Thursday passed a bill that aims to crack down on unwanted robocalls. "The legislation would impose stiffer fines of as much as $10,000 per call on robocallers who knowingly flout the rules on calls and would increase the statute of limitations to three years, up from one year," reports CNN. "It also instructs the Federal Communications Commission to develop further regulations that could shield consumers from unwanted calls." From the report: The legislation would accelerate the rollout of so-called "call authentication" technologies the industry is currently developing, which could cut down on the number of calls coming from unverified numbers. Proponents say the new industry standards -- known as SHAKEN/STIR -- could increase phone users' confidence in their caller ID. The protocols are designed to authenticate callers who are using their rightful phone numbers and to eliminate calls from spammers who are using phone numbers they don't rightfully own. The legislation passed the Senate 97-1, with Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky casting the lone dissenting vote. The legislation must still pass the House and be signed by President Donald Trump. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer urged House lawmakers to vote on the bill immediately. The legislation's passage follows a move by the FCC last week to clarify that phone companies may legally block unwanted robocalls and can even apply the technologies to their customers' accounts by default. But lawmakers want the FCC to do more.

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Deepfakes Can Now Be Made From a Single Photo

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Samsung has developed a new artificial intelligence system for creating deepfakes -- fabricated clips that make people appear to do or say things they never did -- that only needs as little as one photo. CNET reports: The technology, of course, can be used for fun, like bringing a classic portrait to life. The Mona Lisa, whose enigmatic smile is animated in three different videos to demonstrate the new technology, exists solely as a single still image. A Samsung artificial intelligence lab in Russia developed the technology, which was detailed in a paper earlier this week. Here's the downside: These kinds of techniques and their rapid development also create risks of misinformation, election tampering and fraud, according to Hany Farid, a Dartmouth researcher who specializes in media forensics to root out deepfakes. The system starts with a lengthy "meta-learning stage" in which it watches lots of videos to learn how human faces move. It then applies what it's learned to a single still or a small handful of pics to produce a reasonably realistic video clip. Unlike a true deepfake video, the results from a single or small number of images fudge when reproducing fine details. For example, a fake of Marilyn Monroe in the Samsung lab's demo video missed the icon's famous mole, according to Siwei Lyu, a computer science professor at the University at Albany in New York who specializes in media forensics and machine learning. It also means the synthesized videos tend to retain some semblance of whoever played the role of the digital puppet. That's why each of the moving Mona Lisa faces looks like a slightly different person. [...] The glitches in the fake videos made with Samsung's new approach may be clear and obvious. But they'll be cold comfort to anybody who ends up in a deepfake generated from that one smiling photo posted to Facebook.

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Indictment of Assange for Espionage Directly Threatens Press Freedoms

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This article is co-published with The Bulwark.

 

Boy, did I ever get this wrong. Back in mid-April, when the Department of Justice unveiled an indictment of Julian Assange, the proprietor of WikiLeaks, I wrote an article for The Bulwark that bore the title, The Arrest of Julian Assange is Not Bad for Journalism.…   continue » “Indictment of Assange for Espionage Directly Threatens Press Freedoms”

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