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Microsoft silently fixes security holes in Windows 10 - dumps Win 7, 8 out in the cold OCT 6th 2017

Versions in use by millions lag behind latest OS, leaving systems vulnerable to attack

Microsoft is silently patching security bugs in Windows 10, and not immediately rolling out the same updates to Windows 7 and 8, potentially leaving hundreds of millions of computers at risk of attack.

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FBI iPhone hack lost forever, White House mobe compromised, SSH - and plenty more OCT 6th 2017

Plus: How SEC's IT staff begged for more cash

Roundup Another week draws to a close so it's time to review the security news you may have missed in between the big hitters: the NSA contractor who leaked more exploits, Apple's encryption password blunder, and so on. This week we've seen bugs, hacking, and government silliness - take a look...

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PM May calls for European cyber-cooperation; Norway joins Nato CCD COE SEPT 29th 2017

At the Tallinn Digital Summit, UK Prime Minster Theresa May calls for greater global cooperation to tackle the growing threat of hostile cyber-activity; Norway announces it is joining Nato CCD COE

Today, while in Estonia for a meeting of EU leaders at the Tallinn Digital Summit, UK Prime Minster Theresa May reiterated Britain's ongoing commitment to maintaining European security and called for greater global cooperation to tackle the growing threat of hostile cyber-activity.

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Malicious websites targeting Israeli institutions - TwoFace webshell link SEPT 29th 2017

A webshell used to harvest credentials from an unnamed Middle Eastern organisation appears to be targeting Israeli institutions and may possibly be linked to the Iranian APT group OilRig.

An analysis of a recently discovered webshell used to harvest credentials from an unnamed Middle Eastern organisation has unearthed a complex malicious infrastructure that appears to be targeting Israeli institutions and may possibly be linked to the Iranian APT group OilRig, according to researchers.

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Sonic Drive latest hit by POS data breach - credentials on dark web SEPT 28th 2017

Sonic Drive-In is investigating a possible point-of-sale (POS) breach that has led to customer payment card information being sold on a dark web market and speculation POS systems could be subject to ransom.

Sonic Drive-In is investigating a possible point-of-sale (POS) breach that has led to customer payment card information being sold on a dark web market.

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Shock! Hackers for medieval caliphate are terrible coders SEPT 25th 2017

Daesh-bags give up on writing their own attack code, copy successful hackers

DerbyCon an analysis of the hacking groups allying themselves to Daesh/ISIS has shown that about 18 months ago the religious fanatics stopped trying to develop their own secure communications and hacking tools and instead turned to the criminal underground to find software that actually works.

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Facebook can't hide behind algorithms SEPT 22nd 2017

If Facebook's algorithms were executives, the public would be demanding their heads on a stick, such was the ugly incompetence on display this week.

First, the company admitted a “fail” when its advertising algorithm allowed for the targeting of anti-Semitic users.

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