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Cisco addresses default SSH keys in multiple products

Cisco addresses default SSH keys in multiple products

Software updates were released for Cisco Web Security Virtual Appliance, Cisco Email Security Virtual Appliance, and Cisco Security Management Virtual Appliance.

Time to disconnect the microphone?

Time to disconnect the microphone?

Chrome and the open source variant Chromium were downloading audio listening software without permission, not in the extensions list, and with audio set to 'enable'.

One third of UK companies beset by ransomware

One third of UK companies beset by ransomware

Hackers exploiting Flash vulnerability to infect machines with Ransomware

Features

ICYMI: Polish airlines, Samsung, VoIP, LinkedIn bounty, Verify limitations

ICYMI: Polish airlines, Samsung, VoIP, LinkedIn bounty, Verify limitations

ICYMI: Lot airline DDoS attack; Samsung keyboard vulnerability, poor VoIP server security; LinkedIn bug bounty programme, Verify programme has severe privacy/security problems.

In Case You Missed It: German government and renewable power sector breaches, new regs due, and VoIP attacks rise

In Case You Missed It: German government and renewable power sector breaches, new regs due, and VoIP attacks rise

This week's In Case You Missed It looks at major German government breach, turbines attacked, nuclear talks targeted, EU Data law looms larger and finally VoIP due an upgrade.

ICYMI: Phishing in the Yemen, Google privacy & women in security

ICYMI: Phishing in the Yemen, Google privacy & women in security

This week's In Case You Missed It looks at Yemen's cyber-army, Google's latest efforts with online privacy and finally some good news for women in security.

Opinion

Rombertik: what you should know about the evolution of destructive malware

Rombertik: what you should know about the evolution of destructive malware

Protecting yourself against malware that's aware of anti-virus programs and can self destruct to avoid detection is tricky, says Corey Nachreiner.

EU relaxes Data Protection Regulation reform

EU relaxes Data Protection Regulation reform

Less stick more carrot: EU relaxation of Data Protection Regulation reform is a positive development, says James Henry.

How to get IT to eat its vegetables

How to get IT to eat its vegetables

Patching can be a significant pain for organisations. Similar to eating our vegetables, it's something we know we should do but is still hard to swallow for various reasons, says Rob Juncker.