Kabelticker Ausgabe 99/2019
heute ist der 21.02.2019  
security
Critical Drupal Vulnerability Allows Remote Code Execution (securityweek)
Canada Helping Australia Determine 'Full Extent' of Hack (securityweek)
Researcher: Not Hard for a Hacker to Capsize a Ship at Sea (threatpost)
WinPot ATM Malware Resembles a Slot Machine (securityweek)
Firms Moving Sensitive Data to Cloud, But Security Still a Problem: Oracle (securityweek)
Separ Malware Plucks Hundreds of Companies? Credentials in Ongoing Phish (threatpost)
Apple?s Shazam App Boots Facebook Ads and Other Third-Party SDKs (threatpost)
Password Manager Firms Blast Back at ?Leaky Password? Revelations (threatpost)
New GandCrab Ransomware Decryptor Released (securityweek)
Blockchain Security Startup CipherTrace Emerges With $15M in Funding (securityweek)
GitHub Increases Rewards, Scope For Bug-Bounty Program (threatpost)
Online ATM-style Scam Puts Shoppers at Risk: Symantec (securityweek)
As US Pushes to Ban Huawei, UK Considers Softer Approach (securityweek)
Microsoft: Russia?s Fancy Bear Working to Influence EU Elections (threatpost)
Kaspersky Lab Launches New Threat Intelligence Tool (securityweek)
Armorblox Emerges From Stealth With Natural Language Understanding Platform (securityweek)
Microsoft Says Russian Hackers Targeted Democratic Institutions in Europe (securityweek)
Cyber and Physical Convergence Opens Doors for Attackers: Report (securityweek)
Got Critical Infrastructure? Then You Should Know How To Protect It (securityweek)
Rockwell Automation to Patch Publicly Disclosed Power Monitor Flaws (securityweek)
Hash-Algorithmus: Microsoft wechselt für Windows-Updates auf SHA-2 (golem)
Supply Chain Attacks Nearly Doubled in 2018: Symantec (securityweek)
Sicherheit: Github startet Safe Harbor für Bug-Bounty-Programm (golem)
Potential Privacy Lapse Found in Americans' 2010 Census Data (securityweek)
Microsoft to Kill Updates for Legacy OS Using SHA-1 (threatpost)