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Intel ME remote code execution vulnerability in all current processors (ptsecurity.com) Security
182 points by nh2 1 hours ago | 62 comments
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Optimizely A/B test users tend to p-hack, greatly inflating false positive rates (ssrn.com) Security Science Math
167 points by gwern 11 hours ago | 67 comments
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Cryptanalysis of hashids (github.io) Security
10 points by ngrilly 3 hours ago | 1 comments
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Into the Borg – SSRF inside Google production network (opnsec.com) Security Google
235 points by red0point 21 hours ago | 66 comments
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Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m (co.uk) Security Politics
94 points by davidjgraph 4 hours ago | 25 comments
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Emacs and TLS (lwn.net) Security
142 points by signa11 23 hours ago | 79 comments
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Wireless Carriers Have a SIM Hijacking Problem They Don't Want to Talk About (techdirt.com) Security Mobile
32 points by tosh 21 hours ago | 3 comments
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ARTEMIS – neutralizing BGP hijacking within a minute (apnic.net) Security
79 points by okket 23 hours ago | 6 comments
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Cross Origin Read Blocking (chromium.org) Security
42 points by dedalus 18 hours ago | 8 comments
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New Discovery Around Juniper Backdoor Raises More Questions About the Company (wired.com) Security
40 points by DyslexicAtheist 22 hours ago | 5 comments
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The worst truism in information security (alexgaynor.net) Security
13 points by danjoc 13 hours ago | 2 comments
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Microsoft reveals first known midterm campaign hacking attempts (politico.com) Microsoft Security Politics
117 points by bougiefever 20 hours ago | 50 comments
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Bitcoin Money Laundering and Mueller’s 12 – A Blockchain Analysis (cotten.io) Blockchain Security Politics
105 points by FatalLogic 12 hours ago | 114 comments
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Internal documents show how Amazon scrambled to fix Prime Day glitches (cnbc.com) Amazon Security
16 points by QUFB 19 hours ago | 2 comments
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Cisco Removes Undocumented Root Password from Bandwidth Monitoring Software (bleepingcomputer.com) Security
8 points by auslander 10 hours ago | 3 comments
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How to Make Your Wifi Router as Secure as Possible (lifehacker.com) Security
13 points by axiomdata316 12 hours ago | 0 comments
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What We Learned from Mueller's Latest Indictment (theintercept.com) Security Politics
9 points by vga805 19 hours ago | 1 comments
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DDoS Attacked by Chinese Torrents (medium.com) Security
4 points by kesor 17 hours ago | 1 comments
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A $225 GPS spoofer can send sat-nav-guided vehicles into oncoming traffic (arstechnica.com) Security
65 points by jsoc815 2 hours ago | 47 comments
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DDoS-For-Hire Service Webstresser Dismantled (krebsonsecurity.com) Security
5 points by el_duderino 18 hours ago | 0 comments
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The “unpatchable” exploit that makes every current Nintendo Switch hackable (arstechnica.com) Security
180 points by pjl 17 hours ago | 71 comments
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Ethereum Sharding FAQ (github.com) Security
223 points by dmmalam 19 hours ago | 222 comments
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Credit card fraud warning signs (candyjapan.com) Security
302 points by hamstercat 22 hours ago | 227 comments
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Put Down the Pitchforks; Amazon Didn't Steal Your Dunning-Krugerrands (lastweekinaws.com) Amazon Security
60 points by QuinnyPig 10 hours ago | 13 comments
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I built a screenshot API and some guy was mining cryptocurrencies with it (medium.com) Security
72 points by gregorymichael 23 hours ago | 31 comments
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Writing FreeBSD Malware [video] (youtube.com) Programming Security Linux
44 points by adamnemecek 11 hours ago | 8 comments
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A Few Thoughts on Ray Ozzie’s “Clear” Proposal (cryptographyengineering.com) Security
104 points by Hagelin 7 hours ago | 72 comments
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Whatsapp user’s IP disclosure with Link Preview feature (medium.com) Security
17 points by based2 3 hours ago | 15 comments
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Patient fasts for 382 days, loses 276 pounds (1973) (nih.gov) Politics Security
51 points by ayanai 23 hours ago | 87 comments
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Protecting RSA-Based Protocols Against Adaptive Chosen-Ciphertext Attacks (paragonie.com) Security
3 points by CiPHPerCoder 13 hours ago | 0 comments
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