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Will the US Adopt a National Privacy Law?
Seth P.  Berman, Partner, NutterCommentary
Probably not before the 2020 election. But keep an eye on this Congress as legislators debate how to define personal data and what limits to place on how companies use it.
By Seth P. Berman Partner, Nutter, 4/23/2019
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Trojanized TeamViewer Used in Targeted Attacks Against Multiple Embassies
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writerNews
Motive remains unclear though financial theft appears to be one possibility, Check Point Research says.
By Jai Vijayan Freelance writer, 4/22/2019
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WannaCry Hero Hutchins Pleads Guilty to Malware Charges
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher who helped halt the spread of the WannaCry attack, pleads guilty to two charges related to writing malware.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/22/2019
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4 Tips to Protect Your Business Against Social Media Mistakes
Guy Bunker, CTO of ClearswiftCommentary
Don't let social media become the go-to platform for cybercriminals looking to steal sensitive corporate information or cause huge reputational damage.
By Guy Bunker CTO of Clearswift, 4/22/2019
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Why We Need a 'Cleaner Internet'
Darren Anstee, Chief Technology Officer at Arbor NetworksCommentary
By blocking threats and attacks nearer to their sources, cybersecurity pros could help turn the connected world into a safer place for all.
By Darren Anstee Chief Technology Officer at Arbor Networks, 4/19/2019
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Creator of Hub for Stolen Credit Cards Sentenced to 90 Months
Robert Lemos, Technology Journalist/Data ResearcherNews
Coming eight years after he launched the site, the steep sentence for the cybercriminal operator is based on a tab of $30 million in damages calculated by Mastercard and other credit card companies.
By Robert Lemos , 4/18/2019
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Former Student Admits to USB Killer Attack
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
An Indian national used device to attack computers and peripherals at a New York college.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/18/2019
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Facebook Accidentally Imported 1.5M Users' Email Data Sans Consent
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
The social media giant says it did not access the imported data and is notifying affected users.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/18/2019
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Security Audit Shows Gains, Though Privacy Lags
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
The 2018 Online Trust Audit shows that "encryption everywhere" is improving security, while fuzzy language is slowing privacy gains.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 4/16/2019
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Meet Scranos: New Rootkit-Based Malware Gains Confidence
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
The cross-platform operation, first tested on victims in China, has begun to spread around the world.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/16/2019
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Benefiting from Data Privacy Investments
Marc Wilczek, Digital Strategist & CIO AdvisorCommentary
GDPR-ready companies experience lower overall costs associated with data breaches, research finds.
By Marc Wilczek Digital Strategist & CIO Advisor, 4/16/2019
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New Details Emerge on Windows Zero Day
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
The CVE-2019-0859 vulnerability, patched last week, is the latest in a string of Windows local privilege escalation bugs discovered at Kaspersky Lab.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/15/2019
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CERT, CISA Warn of Vuln in at Least 4 Major VPNs
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
VPN products by Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, F5 Networks, Pulse Secure, insecurely store session cookies.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/12/2019
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This Week in Security Funding: Where the Money Went
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Predictions for cybersecurity investment in 2019 are holding true with funding announcements from four startups.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/12/2019
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Home Office Apologizes for EU Citizen Data Exposure
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
The Home Office has admitted to compromising private email addresses belonging to EU citizens hoping to settle in the UK.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/12/2019
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'Dragonblood' Vulnerabilities Seep Into WPA3 Secure Wifi Handshake
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
A new set of vulnerabilities may put some early adopters of strong Wifi security at greater security risk.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 4/11/2019
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Microsoft Patches Are Freezing Older PCs Running Sophos, Avast
Dark Reading Staff, Quick Hits
Computers running Sophos or Avast software have been failing to boot following the latest Patch Tuesday update.
By Dark Reading Staff , 4/11/2019
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Android Phones Now Double as Physical Security Keys
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Google debuted a series of security updates at Next 2019, giving users the option to use their phone as a second authentication factor.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/10/2019
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Microsoft Patch Tuesday Fixes Windows Bugs Under Attack
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
The April release of security updates patches 74 vulnerabilities, two of which are being exploited in the wild.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/9/2019
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Meet Baldr: The Inside Scoop on a New Stealer
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Baldr first appeared in January and has since evolved to version 2.2 as attackers aim to build a long-lasting threat.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/9/2019
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CVE-2019-7303
PUBLISHED: 2019-04-23
A vulnerability in the seccomp filters of Canonical snapd before version 2.37.4 allows a strict mode snap to insert characters into a terminal on a 64-bit host. The seccomp rules were generated to match 64-bit ioctl(2) commands on a 64-bit platform; however, the Linux kernel only uses the lower 32 b...
CVE-2019-7304
PUBLISHED: 2019-04-23
Canonical snapd before version 2.37.1 incorrectly performed socket owner validation, allowing an attacker to run arbitrary commands as root. This issue affects: Canonical snapd versions prior to 2.37.1.
CVE-2019-0223
PUBLISHED: 2019-04-23
While investigating bug PROTON-2014, we discovered that under some circumstances Apache Qpid Proton versions 0.9 to 0.27.0 (C library and its language bindings) can connect to a peer anonymously using TLS *even when configured to verify the peer certificate* while used with OpenSSL versions before 1...
CVE-2017-12619
PUBLISHED: 2019-04-23
Apache Zeppelin prior to 0.7.3 was vulnerable to session fixation which allowed an attacker to hijack a valid user session. Issue was reported by "stone lone".
CVE-2018-1317
PUBLISHED: 2019-04-23
In Apache Zeppelin prior to 0.8.0 the cron scheduler was enabled by default and could allow users to run paragraphs as other users without authentication.