Patches are now a major part of any system administrator's life - but what is the most effective way to keep network security up to date without it becoming a full-time job?
By Rupert Goodwins
| December 8, 2003 -- 17:35 GMT (09:35 PST)
| Topic: Security
RISC-V opens up processor design
5G New Radio: The technical background
New 5G business models
Next-generation 802.11ax wi-fi: Dense, fast, delayed
Shopify API flaw offered access to revenue data of thousands of stores
The bug was accepted as valid, but the researcher wasn’t paid.
Facebook harvested 1.5 million user email contacts without permission
The “unintentional uploads” have taken place since 2016.
Mobile app used in Car2go fraud scheme to steal 100 vehicles
Services have been temporarily paused in Chicago to investigate the incident.
Cisco warns over critical router flaw
Admins with Cisco ASR 9000 Series routers need to urgently address a remotely exploitable flaw.
Former student destroys 59 university computers using USB Killer device
He also destroyed seven computer monitors and computer-enhanced podiums that had open USB slots.
Source code of Iranian cyber-espionage tools leaked on Telegram
APT34 hacking tools and victim data leaked on a secretive Telegram channel since last month.
Cyber-security firm Verint hit by ransomware
In an extreme case of irony, ransomware hits cyber-security firm.
Bad bots now make up 20 percent of web traffic
Mimicking human mouse movements is only one of many tactics used to fly under the radar.
Russia supports bill to isolate the Internet, promote censorship
It is feared the bill will give the country its own version of China’s Great Firewall.