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Denial of Service in nmap (SUSE)

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Mehrere Probleme in compat-openssl10 (Fedora)

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Porno-Erpressungsmails drohen mit echten Passwörtern und Handynummern

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Die Betreffzeile lautet oft "Es geht um Ihre Sicherheit/Konto/Video". Der Text selbst wird manchmal leicht abgewandelt, dann wird behauptet, dass eine ...
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Preisgabe von Informationen in ibus (SUSE)

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Zwei Probleme in nmap (SUSE)

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Mysterious Magnetic Pulses Discovered On Mars

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Initial results from NASA's InSight lander suggest that Mars' magnetic field wobbles in inexplicable ways at night, hinting that the red planet may host a global reservoir of liquid water deep below the surface. National Geographic reports: In addition to the odd magnetic pulsations, the lander's data show that the Martian crust is far more powerfully magnetic than scientists expected. What's more, the lander has picked up on a very peculiar electrically conductive layer, about 2.5 miles thick, deep beneath the planet's surface. It's far too early to say with any certainty, but there is a chance that this layer could represent a global reservoir of liquid water. On Earth, groundwater is a hidden sea locked up in sand, soil, and rocks. If something similar is found on Mars, then "we shouldn't be surprised," says Jani Radebaugh, a planetary scientist at Brigham Young University who was not involved with the work. But if these results bear out, a liquid region at this scale on modern Mars has enormous implications for the potential for life, past or present. So far, none of these data have been through peer review, and details about the initial findings and interpretations will undoubtedly be tweaked over time. Still, the revelations provide a stunning showcase for InSight, a robot that has the potential to revolutionize our comprehension of Mars and other rocky worlds across the galaxy.

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Klarmobil Geburtstagsaktion: Doppeltes Datenvolumen zum halben Preis

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Mobilfunk, Angebot, Aktion, Klarmobil Doppeltes Datenvolumen zum halben Preis: Der Mobilfunkanbieter Klar­mobil feiert seinen 14-jähriges Bestehen und bietet Neukunden für kurze Zeit ein besonderes Angebot an. Es gibt jetzt 6 statt 3 GB LTE plus Telefon- und SMS-Flat für 12,99 statt 24,99 Euro im Monat. (Weiter lesen)
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India Is Planning a Huge China-Style Facial Recognition Program

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Wir scrollen täglich 173 Meter auf den Smartphones

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Neue Untersuchungen des Smartphone-Herstellers OnePlus haben ergeben, dass einige Deutsche mehr als vier Stunden täglich damit verbringen, auf ihren Smartphones durch Inhalte zu scrollen. Die durchschnittliche Scrolling-Zeit in Deutschland beläuft sich auf 59 Minuten pro Tag. 


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Komplexität der Enterprise Cloud erschwert IT-Management

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Dynatrace, die „Software Intelligence Company“, gab die Ergebnisse einer unabhängigen Umfrage unter 800 CIOs weltweit bekannt. Diese zeigt, dass durch die digitale Transformation, die Migration in die Enterprise Cloud sowie steigende Kundenanforderungen die IT noch vielschichtiger wird und somit auch die Kosten für das IT-Management steigen. 


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Two Arrested In $10 Million Tech Support Scam That Preyed On the Elderly

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Two individuals were arrested this week in connection with a fraud scheme that manipulated thousands of victims into paying for invented tech services that they didn't need. The Department of Justice announced that the two individuals Romana Leyva, 35, and Ariful Haque, 33, were arrested Wednesday for their alleged participation in the fraud scheme, which involved convincing victims -- many of whom were elderly -- in both the U.S. and Canada that they needed tech and virus protection services that were neither real nor required. Between March 2015 and December 2018, both Ariful and Haque were allegedly involved with the fraud ring responsible for the crimes. According to an unsealed indictment, the scheme involved targeting victims with pop-up windows -- sometimes under the guise of being a legitimate tech company -- that claimed their computer had been infected with a virus and directed them to call a number for technical support. In some cases, the message threatened that if the individual closed the window or shut down their computer, it would either bork their device or result in a "complete data loss." Once users contacted the number, they were connected with a fake technician. To convince victims to hand over money, after receiving "permission" from the victim, the fraud ring allegedly remotely accessed the individual's computer, loaded an anti-virus tool that's available for free online, and informed the individual that their computer was infected with a virus (which, again, was a lie). The DOJ says the scheme was able to successfully scam "at least" 7,500 victims out of a combined $10 million. Both of the individuals arrested are charged with one count of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Each count carries a maximum penalty of 20 years imprisonment.

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Help with blackmail

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Today I was checking my email when I came over blackmail from a week ago. The content of the email claimed to have gotten video of me and was threatening to send them.

The blackmailer demanded I send bitcoin to them.

I noticed something suspicious, however. They mentioned me having a password that I have never used. Also, the email followed the format of those people have discovered to be spam.

I immediately downloaded anti virus protections and adblockers following this incident.

I am worried about this nonetheless. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Intel Whistleblower Complaint Q&A Part 2: Constitutional Boogaloo

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Developments in the Intelligence Community whistleblower story raise new legal questions.

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Systemd-homed: Systemd Now Working To Improve Home Directory Handling

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Freshly Exhumed shares a report from Phoronix, detailing a new set of systemd capabilities shown off by lead developer Lennart Poettering at the annual All Systems Go conference: Improving the Linux handling of user home directories is the next ambition for systemd. Among the goals are allowing more easily migratable home directories, ensuring all data for users is self-contained to the home directories, UID assignments being handled to the local system, unified user password and encryption key handling, better data encryption handling in general, and other modernization efforts. Among the items being explored by systemd-homed are JSON-based user records, encrypted LUKS home directories in loop-back files, and other next-gen features to offering secure yet portable home directories. Systemd-homed is currently being developed in Lennart's Git tree but hopes to see it merged for either systemd 244 (the current cycle) or systemd 245.

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Data discovery tools for compliance

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Hi /r/security,

My organization is in a data discovery phase where our objective is to find and tag the data we keep on-premise. The class of data we're most interested in is, unsurprisingly, personal data--names, addresses, email addresses, IP addresses, credit card numbers, national identification numbers, so on and so forth.

We've engaged in an exercise where we've interviewed representatives of each department and have documented data fields and interaction between systems, so we have some idea of how our data is governed, but it is imperfect and would likely be insufficient in the event of an audit.

I'm wondering if there are tools out there that can scan our systems, hunt down the data we're looking for, tag it, and map the relationships between the different systems that we use to track data transmission.

What would be the best way to go about completing this task?

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How To Find Indian Vehicles Information On Your Android & iPhone?

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In Short Hacks: Have you ever wondered how amazing it would be if you were able to get every detail of any vehicle just by entering its vehicle number in a search box? If yes then, your dream has just come true! You can now search details which include owners name, maker model, registration date, […]

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TiVo Tests Running Pre-Roll Ads Before DVR Recordings

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As noted by Zatz Not Funny, TiVo is testing pre-roll video ads that start playing when customers view one of their recordings. The Verge reports: The ad spots are noticeably low-res and worse quality than the DVR'd content that starts playing afterward, according to one TiVo owner who has been served spots for Amazon, Keurig, and Toyota. It sounds like the users can fast-forward through the ads, but doing so is "not that seamless." There are several potential reasons for TiVo ramping up advertising. Maybe the company plans to offer an ad-supported subscription with lower (or no) monthly fees compared to what regular customers are paying (similar to Amazon's Kindle devices with ads). No one who has paid for a lifetime subscription or even a monthly plan will be pleased to see pre-roll ads. TiVo also handles DVR functionality for many midsized and international cable providers. Squeezing in ads wherever possible could be something that those companies are pushing for as more of their customers spend increased time streaming shows and movies elsewhere.

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Security in virtual environment

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This is a cross post from /r/cybersecurity

Posting it here to get a bigger discussion base. I want to get people thinking tonight. So here goes...

I have something I would like to get everyone's opinion on. Currently I work for a company that is completely virtual. This means Desktops and Servers in-terms of scope. In the security department both SoC and engineers use the same virtual desktops as everyone else. Now here comes my point. Should it be this way?

I ask this because in my mind if the VDI infrastructure is down it cripples the security department. Security would not have the ability to do IR or additional investigation. Sitting ducks until a trip to DC and hours of TS. So should the security department have physical laptops and/or desktops to interface with the environment if such were to occur? Does adding physical devices to the network introduce unnecessary risk? Even if the physical PCs happen to be locked down to great lengths?

Let me know what you think. Seems like a lot of companies like this idea of migrating to a 100% virtual env. When speaking of IR in a pure virtual environment, possible infected virtual devices(desktops/servers) can be wiped by a simple restart when using a win 10 appstack or snapshot backups. Also disabling NICs on infected or compromised VDIs can be helpful for quarantine to allow for further analysis allowing recovery to continue.

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Latest Lakka Release On Raspberry Pi 4 Showcases Great Retro Gaming

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MojoKid writes: Lakka with RetroArch is one of the most comprehensive open-source retro-gaming console front ends available, with support for a wide array of single-board computers and multiple operating systems. Although the more powerful Raspberry Pi 4 was released months ago, the developers of Lakka had a number of bugs to contend with that prevented an official stable release, until yesterday. Lakka 2.3 (with RetroArch 1.7.8) is available now though, and it appears to leverage the additional horsepower of the Pi 4 quite well. It's even able to play some of the more demanding Sega Dreamcast and Saturn games -- among many other retro-consoles, like the Atari 2600, SuperNES, and many others. In addition to the Pi 4, this latest Lakka release also adds support for the ROCKPro64 and incorporates a wide range of bug fixes and feature enhancements.

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iOS 13 Ships With Known Lockscreen Bypass Flaw That Exposes Contacts

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Apple released iOS 13 with a bunch of new features. But it also released the new OS with something else: a bug disclosed seven days ago that exposes contact details without requiring a passcode or biometric identification first. Independent researcher Jose Rodriguez published a video demonstration of the flaw exactly one week ago. It can be exploited by receiving a FaceTime call and then using the voiceover feature from Siri to access the contact list. From there, an unauthorized person could get names, phone numbers, email addresses, and any other information stored in the phone's contacts list. An Apple representative told Ars the bypass will be fixed in iOS 13.1, scheduled for release on Sept. 24.

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Detecting/Preventing SSH Tunnel?

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Google Reportedly Attains 'Quantum Supremacy'

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New submitter Bioblaze shares a report from CNET: Google has reportedly built a quantum computer more powerful than the world's top supercomputers. A Google research paper was temporarily posted online this week, the Financial Times reported Friday, and said the quantum computer's processor allowed a calculation to be performed in just over 3 minutes. That calculation would take 10,000 years on IBM's Summit, the world's most powerful commercial computer, Google reportedly said. Google researchers are throwing around the term "quantum supremacy" as a result, the FT said, because their computer can solve tasks that can't otherwise be solved. "To our knowledge, this experiment marks the first computation that can only be performed on a quantum processor," the research paper reportedly said.

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Oniu

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Hello, I am sorry if this is a stupid question, but I am a naturally anxious person. While I was browsing the internet, I clicked on a link that led me to a site called oniu.info. The site seemed pretty sketchy and I’m afraid that my phone might have been affected by the site. Can anyone tell me anymore about this. Thank you for taking the time to read my post. All the best, ImperatorofKaraks

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VPN Apps With 500M+ Installs Caught Serving Disruptive Ads To Android Users

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New submitter screwdriver1 shares a report from The Next Web: In a yet another instance of Android adware, New Zealand-based independent security researcher Andy Michael found four apps with cumulative downloads of over 500 million that not only serve ads while running the background, but are also placed outside the apps, including the home screen. The apps in question are Hotspot VPN, Free VPN Master, Secure VPN, and Security Master by Cheetah Mobile. It's notable that all these apps originate from Hong Kong and China, where citizens have typically relied on VPNs to get around the Great Firewall. The apps are live on the Play Store to this date. But in an interesting twist, the apps containing the adware were all VPN or antivirus apps, suggesting that developers are increasingly banking on users' trust in security-related apps to commit "outside ad fraud." Google has a strict policy with regards to adware and disruptive ads in general. "We don't allow apps that contain deceptive or disruptive ads. Ads must only be displayed within the app serving them. We consider ads served in your app as part of your app. The ads shown in your app must be compliant with all our policies." The company, when reached for a response, said it would take action on the apps if they're indeed found in violation of its policies. Some VPN apps lie to us and Google shouldn't allow it.

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The Week in Ransomware - September 20th 2019 - Fairly Quiet

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This has been a fairly quiet week with no real big news other than further updates from Nemty, the introduction of TFlower, and another Ordinypt campaign targeting Germany. [...]
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Google Is Investing $3.3 Billion To Build Clean Data Centers In Europe

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Google announced today that it was investing approximately $3.3 billion to expand its data center presence in Europe. What's more, the company pledged the data centers would be environmentally friendly. This new investment is in addition to the $7 billion the company has invested since 2007 in the EU, but today's announcement was focused on Google's commitment to building data centers running on clean energy, as much as the data centers themselves. In a blog post announcing the new investment, CEO Sundar Pichai, made it clear that the company was focusing on running these data centers on carbon-free fuels, pointing out that he was in Finland today to discuss building sustainable economic development in conjunction with a carbon-free future with prime minister Antti Rinne. Of the 3 billion Euros, the company plans to spend, it will invest 600 million to expand its presence in Hamina, Finland, which he wrote "serves as a model of sustainability and energy efficiency for all of our data centers." Further, the company already announced 18 new renewable energy deals earlier this week, which encompass a total of 1,600-megawatts in the U.S., South America and Europe. Google is also "investing in new skills training, so people can have the tools to be able to handle the new types of jobs these data centers and other high tech jobs will require," the report says. "The company claims it has previously trained 5 million people in Europe for free in crucial digital skills, and recently opened a Google skills hub in Helsinki."

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AI Takes On Earthquake Prediction

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After successfully predicting laboratory earthquakes, a team of geophysicists has applied a machine learning algorithm to quakes in the Pacific Northwest. From a report: In May of last year, after a 13-month slumber, the ground beneath Washington's Puget Sound rumbled to life. The quake began more than 20 miles below the Olympic mountains and, over the course of a few weeks, drifted northwest, reaching Canada's Vancouver Island. It then briefly reversed course, migrating back across the U.S. border before going silent again. All told, the monthlong earthquake likely released enough energy to register as a magnitude 6. By the time it was done, the southern tip of Vancouver Island had been thrust a centimeter or so closer to the Pacific Ocean. Because the quake was so spread out in time and space, however, it's likely that no one felt it. These kinds of phantom earthquakes, which occur deeper underground than conventional, fast earthquakes, are known as "slow slips." They occur roughly once a year in the Pacific Northwest, along a stretch of fault where the Juan de Fuca plate is slowly wedging itself beneath the North American plate. More than a dozen slow slips have been detected by the region's sprawling network of seismic stations since 2003. And for the past year and a half, these events have been the focus of a new effort at earthquake prediction by the geophysicist Paul Johnson. Johnson's team is among a handful of groups that are using machine learning to try to demystify earthquake physics and tease out the warning signs of impending quakes. Two years ago, using pattern-finding algorithms similar to those behind recent advances in image and speech recognition and other forms of artificial intelligence, he and his collaborators successfully predicted temblors in a model laboratory system -- a feat that has since been duplicated by researchers in Europe. Now, in a paper posted this week on the scientific preprint site arxiv.org, Johnson and his team report that they've tested their algorithm on slow slip quakes in the Pacific Northwest. The paper has yet to undergo peer review, but outside experts say the results are tantalizing. According to Johnson, they indicate that the algorithm can predict the start of a slow slip earthquake to "within a few days -- and possibly better."

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Disgraced ex-Kaspersky guy made me do it, says bloke in Russian court on hacking charges

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Oh no I didn't, says disgraced ex-Kaspersky guy

An accused Russian hacker has claimed Kaspersky's former head of investigations blackmailed him into stealing approximately £150,000 from local banks.…


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