by Naked Security writer The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has recently announced work that it’s been doing as an ongoing part of a multinational project dubbed Operation PowerOFF. The idea seems to be to use fake cybercrime-as-a-service sites to attract the attention of impressionable youngsters who are hanging around . . . Read more
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by Paul Ducklin Here’s another BWAIN, which is our shorthand for Bug With An Impressive Name. That’s the abbreviation we use for bugs that end up with names, logos and even dedicated websites that are catchy, cool, fancy, important or dramatic, and sometimes even all of these at the same . . . Read more
by Paul Ducklin Nvidia, the graphics chip company that wants to buy ARM, made a unusual announcement last week. The company is about to launch its latest GeForce GPU (graphics processing unit) chip, the RTX 3060, and wants its users know that the chip is “tailored to meet the needs . . . Read more
The flaw stems from an issue with the ingress packet processing function of Cisco IOS XR software. A high-severity flaw in Cisco’s IOS XR software could allow unauthenticated, remote attackers to cripple Cisco Aggregation Services Routers (ASR). The flaw stems from Cisco IOS XR, a train of Cisco Systems’ widely . . . Read more
In all, WordPress patched 10 security bugs as part of the release of version 5.5.2 of its web publishing software.
Versions of Nvidia GeForce Experience for Windows prior to 126.96.36.199 are affected by a high-severity bug that could enable code execution, denial of service and more.