Cryptocurrancy hackers take over water utility
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Cryptojacking attacks grow.

Cryptojackers are starting to hit the operational technology used in critical industrial infrastructure.

Apple has another security issue
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Text bomb, text bomb, you’re a text bomb

The brilliant programmers at Apple who have all sorts of problems getting a clock to tell the time have delivered an operating system which can be switched off with a text.

AMD admits it is vulnerable to both versions of Spectre
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So much for saying that the second one was low risk

After days of saying that there was a "near zero" chance of its chips being hit by the two Spectre bugs, AMD has finally admitted it's vulnerable to both of them.

AMD suffers from an "Intel like" bug
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It has fixed it though

AMD has fixed, but not yet released BIOS/UEFI/firmware updates for the general public for a security flaw affecting the AMD Secure Processor.

Vietnam deploys cyberwarriors
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Declaring war on wrongful views

Vietnam is deploying a 10,000 strong military cyber warfare unit to combat what the government sees as a growing threat of "wrongful views" proliferating on the internet.

Security company sues Ars Technica for reporting bug
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Insists that bug in Keeper could not steal password.

Keeper, a password manager software maker, has filed a lawsuit against a tech reporter and Ars Technica over reporting a vulnerability disclosure in its product.

Firefox is about to label non-HTTPS sites as insecure
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By default

Firefox browsers might soon indentify sites which do not run HTTPS as insecure.

British spooks find hole in Microsoft Defender and Security Essentials
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Vole rushes to patch


Microsoft has posted an out-of-band security update to fix a remote code execution flaw in its Malware Protection Engine.

Torvalds rants about security
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It is not about security it is about bugs

Internet’s Mr Sweary, Linus Torvalds, has waded into the security industry for forgetting that bugs cause most problems.

Russians confirm hacking Intel’s ME
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Oh those Russians
 

The Russian outfit which claimed to hack Intel's secretive Management Engine has given some more details as to how it did it.