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Archive | August 8, 2019

Which? calls for rural 4G infrastructure sharing deal

Consumer watchdog Which? has urged mobile operators and the government to conclude to a network sharing arrangement if a target of 95 per cent landmass 4G coverage is to be achieved. The organisation has published a report that shows 80 per cent of the 650 UK parliamentary constituencies do not have complete 4G coverage from  Full Article…

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Phishing attack disguises itself as DocuSign document

A new wave of phishing attacks, disguised as an email from DocuSign, aimed at obtaining user credentials from all major email providers has been discovered by the Cofense Phishing Defense Center. DocuSign is an electronic signature technology that is used by businesses and individuals to exchange contracts, tax documents and legal materials. The threat actors  Full Article…

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Many top printers have major security flaws

Researchers at the NCC Group have discovered significant vulnerabilities in six commonly used enterprise printers which could open up organizations to potential attacks and data breaches. The vulnerabilities were uncovered after the team tested multiple aspects of six mid-range enterprise printers including web application and web services, firmware and update capabilities and hardware analysis. The  Full Article…

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WhatsApp vulnerabilities allow others to fake messages

Researchers uncovered several WhatsApp vulnerabilities during the Black Hat 2019 conference. The vulnerabilities allow bad actors to manipulate chat messages. Facebook doesn’t have a fix for the vulnerabilities. WhatsApp’s recent security flaws allow bad actors to spoo… Android Authority

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