Information Security

That which holds the fate of the world also holds the weight of the world.

Cryptography - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:38

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Интеллектуальная абстракция состоит в моем повороте моей мысли от одной части содержания этого богаче идея лучше применить его к другой части с большим вниманием. Таким образом, когда я считаю, формы, не думая о веществе или расширение, чья форма это, я делаю психического абстракции.

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The one that opens knews knot to shut that which knows the unknown.

AD ASTRA AD VICTORIA!

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What can be hackable in "U.S. Dept Of Defense"?

Your hacking tutorial - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:34

What can be hackable in "U.S. Dept Of Defense"? There is a H1 page https://hackerone.com/deptofdefense of Dept Of Defense. What people can hack in there? How can I find something and try to hack?

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Online shopping fraud to surge during Black Friday and Cyber Monday

(IN)SECURE Magazine Notifications RSS - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:31

New benchmark data from ACI Worldwide revealed a projected 14 percent increase in fraud attempts during the upcoming 2018 peak holiday season. Based on hundreds of millions of merchant transactions, the data shows that fraud attempts are going to be at their highest across the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. Principal findings from the data include: Fraud attempts expected to increase 14% during 2018 peak holiday season Cross Channel fraud continues to grow: In … More →

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A new Raspberry Pi takes a bow with all of the speed but less of the RAM

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:30
A $10 saving cuts ports and memory from the Pi 3 Model A+ but keeps that quad core CPU

Like the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ but feel that the RAM is just a bit too big, the price too high or the ports too numerous? Fear not, for the spiritual successor to the original Model A+ is here.…

Openreach v Ofcom dark fibre legal bill bounced back to Competition Appeal Tribunal

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:15
Court of Appeal rules it's wrong to assume regulator should pony up for cases it loses

The Court of Appeal has ruled that legal costs from BT Openreach's dark fibre bunfight against UK telcos will be reconsidered by the Competition Appeal Tribunal.…

The Smaller, More Powerful Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+

Hack a Day - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 04:01

It’s that time of year again, and the Raspberry Pi Foundation has some new hardware for you. This time, it’s an improved version of the Raspberry Pi Model A, bringing it the speed and power of its bigger brother, the Raspberry Pi Model 3 B+.

The Raspberry Pi Model A is the weird middle child of the Raspberry Pi lineup, or maybe it’s the Goldilocks choice. It’s not as powerful and doesn’t have the USB ports or Ethernet jack found in the latest revision of the family, the Raspberry Pi Model 3 B+, and it’s not as small or as cheap as the Raspberry Pi Zero W. If you’re running a Pi as just something that takes in power and spits out data on the GPIO pins, the Model A might be all you need.

The full specs include:

  • Broadcom BCM2837B0 Cortex A-53 running at 1.4GHz
  • 512 MB of LPDDR2 SRAM
  • 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz 802.11 b/g/n/ac wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.2/BLE
  • Full size HDMI
  • MIPI DSI display port / CSI camera port
  • Stereo Output and composite video port

In short, we’re looking at a cut-down version of the Raspberry Pi Model 3 B+ released earlier this year, without an Ethernet port and only one USB port. The wireless chipset is hidden under a lovely embossed can, and until we get our hands on this new model and a pair of pliers, we’re assuming this is a CYW43455, the Cypress chipset found in the Pi 3 B+.

The price of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ will be $25 USD, with availability soon at the usual retailers. Since there’s no such thing as a Pi Zero 3 yet, if you’re looking for a powerful Linux computer, with wireless, in a small form factor, you’re not going to do much better than this little guy. You could of course desolder a Pi 3 B+, but for now this is the smallest, most powerful single board computer with good software support.

US China-watcher warns against Middle Kingdom tech dominance

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 03:01
5G, IoT, and tech supply chains should go under spotlight

Another US government panel has warned of the dangers of over-reliance on Chinese tech vendors: the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.…

Just one Corretto, give it to me... AWS brews its own blend of Java with free long-term support

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 02:56
Post boasts cloud host's utmost roast

Amazon may be working to rid itself of Oracle database software, but the box-and-bit shifting biz can't get enough of Oracle's coffee-themed programming technology, Java.…

IoT related security missteps cost enterprises millions

(IN)SECURE Magazine Notifications RSS - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 02:15

Enterprises have begun sustaining significant monetary losses stemming from the lack of good practices as they move forward with incorporating the IoT into their business models, according to a new study from DigiCert. Among companies surveyed that are struggling the most with IoT security, 25 percent reported IoT security-related losses of at least $34 million in the last two years. These findings come amid a ramping up of IoT focus within the typical organization. Eighty-three … More →

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Douglas Adams was right, ish... Super-Earth world clocked orbiting 'nearby' Barnard's Star

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 02:03
Icy planet within cosmic spitting distance of humanity

A planet three times the size of Earth has been spotted orbiting Barnard's Star, one of the closest suns to our Solar System.…

Container strategies don’t take security seriously enough

(IN)SECURE Magazine Notifications RSS - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 02:00

Most organizations do not feel prepared to adequately secure cloud-native applications, despite the surging adoption of containers and Kubernetes, according to StackRox. Notable findings: More than a third of organizations with concerns about their container strategy worry that their strategies don’t adequately address container security An additional 15 percent believe their strategies don’t take seriously enough the threat to containers and Kubernetes deployments More than one-third of respondents haven’t started or are just creating their … More →

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What’s keeping Europe’s top infosec pros awake at night?

(IN)SECURE Magazine Notifications RSS - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 01:45

As the world adapts to GDPR and puts more attention on personal privacy and security, Europe’s top information security professionals still have doubts about the industry’s ability to protect critical infrastructure, corporate networks, and personal information. Black Hat Europe’s new research report entitled, Europe’s Cybersecurity Challenges, details the thoughts that are keeping Europe’s top information security professionals awake at night. The report includes new insights directly from more than 130 survey respondents and spans topics … More →

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Cracking Multiple WPA2 Handshakes at once

Your hacking tutorial - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 01:37

Hey guys, I've been attempting to search for an answer and it doesn't seem to be discussed anywhere else. Maybe this is because it's not possible, but I figured I'd check here first. I'm curious if it's possible to capture multiple 4 Way Handshakes in a single pcap, and then test each key on each network on each pass? Probably not many use-cases for this, but I had wondered if it were even possible.

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60% of firms believe a major security event will hit in the next few years

(IN)SECURE Magazine Notifications RSS - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 01:30

Only 30 percent of 1,250 senior executives, management and security practitioners in the U.S., U.K. and Canada are confident their business will avoid a major security event in the coming two years and 60 percent believe an attack will hit in the next few years, according to eSentire. In terms of cyberattack preparedness in global organizations, the research also uncovered gaps between the C-suite, board and technical leaders. Among CEO and board members surveyed, 77 … More →

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