Google Reveals "BuggyCow," a Rare MacOS Zero-Day Vulnerability

Google’s Project Zero researchers find a potentially powerful privilege escalation trick in how Macs manage...

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Backstory: An Alphabet Moonshot Wants to Store the Security Industry's Data

Alphabet-owned Chronicle has announced Backstory, an effort to store network intelligence data and help trace cybersecurity incidents back to their roots.

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House Probes Cambridge Analytica on Russia and WikiLeaks

The Democrats’ sweeping new investigation into President Trump includes the now defunct consulting firm better known for misusing the Facebook data of tens of millions of Americans.

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The Overlooked Security Threat of Sign-In Kiosks

New research from IBM shows that several visitor management systems had a rash of vulnerabilities.

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Indian Supreme Court Advocate Says Cryptocurrencies Cannot Be Regulated
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Indian Supreme Court Advocate Says Cryptocurrencies Cannot Be Regulated

A supreme court advocate has explained the limitations of the Indian government’s power to regulate cryptocurrency, determining that the court should not get involved. Meanwhile, the crypto community awaits the government’s regulatory framework and the supreme court hearing of the petitions against the banking ban by the central bank. Also read: SEC Chair Explains Key Upgrades Needed for Bitcoin ETF Approval...

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