Kabelticker Ausgabe 97/2018
heute ist der 19.02.2018  
security
Fehler bei Zwei-Faktor-Authentifizierung: Facebook will keine Benachrichtigungen per SMS schicken (golem)
Oracle to Acquire Cloud Security Firm Zenedge (securityweek)
Apple Rushes Fix for Latest ?Text Bomb? Bug As Abuse Spreads (threatpost)
Global Powers Must Address 'Episodes of Cyberwar': UN Chief (securityweek)
Oracle WebLogic Server Flaw Exploited to Deliver Crypto-Miners (securityweek)
U.S. Government Contractors Score Poorly on Cyber Risk Tests (securityweek)
U.S. Energy Department Announces Office for Cyber, Energy Security (securityweek)
Verschlüsselung: TLS 1.3 ist so gut wie fertig (golem)
Security: Kopierschutz von Microsofts UWP ist nicht mehr unknackbar (golem)
BGP Flaws Patched in Quagga Routing Software (securityweek)
U.S., Canada, Australia Attribute NotPetya Attack to Russia (securityweek)
Intel Expands Bug Bounty Program Post-Spectre and Meltdown (threatpost)
Russian Hackers Sent to U.S. Prison for Stealing 160 Million Bank Card Numbers (securityweek)
Dispel Launches Election Security Platform (securityweek)
Reported Critical Vulnerabilities In Microsoft Software On the Rise (threatpost)
Word-based Malware Attack Doesn?t Use Macros (threatpost)
Financial Regulator's Algorithm Compliance Concerns Are Relevant to All Businesses (securityweek)
'DoubleDoor' IoT Botnet Uses Two Backdoor Exploits (securityweek)
Bionic Beaver: Canonical will Telemetrie in Ubuntu sammeln (golem)
The Starbucks Effect on IT Security (securityweek)
Over $100,000 Paid Out in 'Hack the Air Force 2.0' (securityweek)
To Get the Most from Your Multicloud Environment, Know Thyself (securityweek)
Researchers Warn Against Knee-Jerk Attribution of 'Olympic Destroyer' Attack (securityweek)
Openschufa: Reverse-Engineering der Schufa geplant (golem)
Dell EMC Patches Critical Flaws in VMAX Enterprise Storage Systems (threatpost)