Posted on Friday, May 1st, 2015 by Ken Munro.
You already know the drill: A phishing mail arrives in Accounts Payable, malware gets installed, your business banking credentials are stolen, and €4.6m gets stolen from your account. You call your underwriter and they say those magic words “you’re not covered, because it’s a cyber incident”. As you cry all over your balance sheet you […] Read More
Posted on Monday, April 27th, 2015 by David Lodge.
I’ve been messing around with different pieces of hardware recently in an attempt to either get something useful out of them, or even reprogram them. One of these is a set of Fitbit scales – I’ve mentioned them previously. That time I concentrated on the way it interfaces to my network and to the Fitbit […] Read More
Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 by Joe Bursell.
Amongst the other recent patch Tuesday updates Microsoft released MS15-034. It deals with a “Vulnerability in HTTP.sys Could Allow Remote Code Execution”. HTTP.sys is a kernel-mode device driver that processes HTTP requests. Were it only present in Windows server versions the issue would be bad, but not quite as bad. The thing with HTTP.sys is […] Read More
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