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California under counted COVID-19 cases after certificate expired

Expired certificates likely contributed to one of two data glitches that had California undercounting new COVID-19 cases for more than a week – leading, some believe, to the resignation of the state’s public health director. “Certificates act as identities for all kinds of machines; they control the flow of sensitive data. When certificates expire applications,…
Privacy & Compliance, Security News

Facebook Tor gateway down while TLS certificate renewed

Facebook’s Tor gateway will be out of commission for a week or two after a TLS certificate expired. “Our onion service, facebookcorewwwi.onion, is temporarily unavailable while we await renewal of our TLS certificate. In the meantime, Facebook is still accessible via facebook.com using Tor Browser,” the company posted on the Facebook Over Tor page. The social media…
election hacking
Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Mulvaney told Nielsen to talk election security outside Trump’s earshot

White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney allegedly warned former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to keep 2020 election security off of President Trump’s radar shortly before she left office. It “wasn’t a great subject and should be kept below his level,” a New York Times report cited Mulvaney as saying. Mulvaney’s…
Cybercrime, Security News

SSL/TLS certificate markets boom on dark web (video)

SSL/TLS certificate marketplaces are thriving on the dark web, Venafi Vice President of Security Strategy and Threat Intelligence Kevin Bocek tells SC Media Executive Editor Teri Robinson. Bocek discusses the findings of Venafi’s just released study on the dark web.
Cloud Security, Data Breach, Security News

Oklahoma Dept. of Securities server exposes millions of files

An unsecured storage server belonging to the Oklahoma Department of Securities exposed millions of files, containing personal data, systems credentials and internal commission documents as well as communications meant for the Oklahoma Securities Commission. The server, discovered by the UpGuard Data Breach Research team, has since been secured, the researchers said in a blog post.…
Criminals get hold of 'Russian state malware'
Government/Defense

Kaspersky ban raises concerns among cyber pros, consumers; draws Kremlin rebuke

The U.S. government’s decision to ban Kaspersky Lab security software prompted both criticism and praise from the security industry, ignited a flurry of concern from consumers over their own Kaspersky purchases and drew a sharp rebuke from the Kremlin. The directive weighed on an already strained relationship with Moscow, including allegations that Russia interfered in…
Phasing out SHA-1
Security News

Researchers say SHA-1 will soon be broken, urge migration to SHA-2

In as little as three short months, the SHA-1 internet security standard used for digital signatures and set to be phased out by January 2017, could be broken by motivated hackers, a team of international researchers found, prompting security specialists to call for a ramping up of the migration to SHA-2.
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