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8th October 2018

 
Decoding the Chinese Super Micro super spy-chip super-scandal: What do we know – and who is telling the truth?

Decoding the Chinese Super Micro super spy-chip super-scandal: What do we know – and who is telling the truth?

Who's your money on? Bloomberg's sources? Apple? Amazon? Super Micro?

 
 
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INSIDER THREAT NEWS

Chinese tech titans' share prices slump after THAT Super Micro story

Lenovo slides by a fifth, ZTE sinks too on back of server allegations

Decoding the Chinese Super Micro super spy-chip super-scandal: What do we know – and who is telling the truth?

Who's your money on? Bloomberg's sources? Apple? Amazon? Super Micro?

Dutch cheesed off with Russians, expel four suspects over chemical weapons Wi-Fi spying

Russia hits back: Do not 'swallow these provocations'

You dirty DRAC: IT bods uncover Dell server firmware security slip

Weakness not easy to leverage, but iDRAC exploit would mean game over for admins

Google is still chasing the self-driving engineer that jumped ship to Uber

And has just won a bizarre argument to let arbitrators read a public document

Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

It’s not just about platform automation

SECURITY NEWS

SAP bug beatdowns, Apple gets nasty with Mac repairs, Struts woe, and more from infosec

Including: US Marines are looking for a few good bugs

What could be more embarrassing for a Russian spy: Their info splashed online – or that they drive a Lada?

Privacy blunder blows cover on 300+ suspected Kremlin agents

Man the harpoons: The KRACK-en reawakens in updated WPA2 attack

Belgium, home of fine chocolate, fries-with-mayo, and Wi-Fi key reinstallation attacks

The weekend starts here... right after you've installed these critical Cisco bug patches

Coding screwups for Prime Infrastructure and DNA Center admins to slurp up

The fur is not gonna fly: Uncle Sam charges seven Russians with Fancy Bear hack sprees

Largely pointless, since they're never going to stand trial

Whose line of attack is it anyway? Cyber-assault whodunnits harder than ever to solve

Sophisticated groups not always so easy to pick out

UK pins 'reckless campaign of cyber attacks' on Russian military intelligence

We know it was GRU

Sendgrid blurts out OWN customers' email addresses with no help from hackers

Along came some spiders and saw the unsubscribers...

Apple forgot to lock Intel Management Engine in laptops, so get patching

Chipzilla's security through obscurity withers under scrutiny

CEO pleads guilty of conspiring with drug cartels to sell them stealthy Blackberrys

Phantom Secure's Vincent Ramos faces 20 years in clink

'Desperate' North Korea turns to bank hacking sprees to rake in much-needed dosh

State-sponsored intrusions meets financial acquisition with APT38

MIMEsweeper maker loses UK High Court patent fight over 15-year-old bulletin board post

Does a review by an 'imagineer' in 2003 invalidate a patent filing? Take a guess

Ever used an airport lounge printer? You probably don't know how blabby they can be

Internet architecture stalwart wants DNS Service Discovery rewritten to protect privacy

100,000 home routers recruited to spread Brazilian hacking scam

GhostDNS in the machine

Haven't updated your Adobe PDF software lately? Here's 85 new reasons to do it now

Acrobat, Reader get patched up against dozens of new holes

Boffin: Dump hardware number generators for encryption and instead look within

Chip timing could be as effective and harder to hack

Desktop Telegram users showing off not only their silly selfies but also their IP addresses

Researcher earns $2,000 for unmasking flaw

Financial Conduct Authority fines Tesco Bank £16.4m over 2016 security breach

Every little helps: Penalty slashed with 60% discount

UK ruling party's conference app editable by world+dog, blabs members' digits

While Nadine Dorries' website extols 'block-chain spanning the 499km Irish border'

Location, location, location... technologies under the microscope

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