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Pre-Installed Password Manager exposes systems to passwords stealing[securityaffairs]

White hat hacker discovered some Windows 10 versions come with a pre-installed version of Keeper Password Manager that exposes systems to passwords stealing. Some Windows 10 versions come with a pre-installed 3rd-party password manager app that could allow hackers to steal users credentials remotely. Starting from Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607), Microsoft...

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Apple plugs IoT HomeKit hole [source: nakedsecurity]

Apple just can’t seem to get away from the theme of security flaws right now. Last month it was the macOS 10.13 root password issue, hot on the heels of the news that the iPhone’s X’s much-vaunted Face ID authentication could be bypassed using a prosthetic mask. And it only seems fair...

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December Microsoft Patch addresses 19 Critical browser issues[source: securityaffairs]

Microsoft released Patch Tuesday updates for December 2017 that address more than 30 vulnerabilities, including 19 Critical browser issues. Microsoft has released its Patch Tuesday updates for December 2017 that address more than 30 vulnerabilities, including 19 critical flaws affecting the Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers. Microsoft addressed several memory corruption...

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Variation of Old Cryptographic Attack Affects giants[source: bleepingcomputer]

Three security researchers have discovered a variation to an old cryptographic attack that can be exploited to obtain the private encryption key necessary to decrypt sensitive HTTPS traffic under certain conditions. Named ROBOT, which stands for Return Of Bleichenbacher’s Oracle Threat, this new attack is a variation of the Bleichenbacher...

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Enterprise USB security is outdated and inadequate [source: helpnetsecurity]

While USB drives are ubiquitous for employees across all industries, security policies for these devices are often severely outdated or grossly inadequate for protecting critical enterprise data, according to Apricorn. By failing to effectively monitor USB usage, organizations are leaving themselves vulnerable to data breaches, as well as putting their clients’...

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Vietnamese hacker stole data from an Australian airport[source: securityaffairs]

Hackers compromised computer systems at an Australian Airport and stole sensitive security details and building plans. The man was identified and arrested. Hackers compromised computer systems at the Australian Perth Airport and stole sensitive security details and building plans. The culprit has a name, he is the Vietnamese citizen Le Duc Hoang Hai (31) who accessed the...

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