Experts Reaction On Home Office Tests Web-Spying Powers With Help Of UK Internet Firms

Two UK internet providers have been helping the Home Office and National Crime Agency track the websites visited by customers. A trial of new powers granted by the controversial Investigatory Powers Act of 2016 has been going on for months. It involves the internet providers creating internet connection records (ICRs), which can be used to show […]

F5 Urges Customers To Patch Critical Big-IP Pre-auth RCE Bug

Enterprise Visibility into Threats and Vulnerabilities

F5 Networks, a leading provider of enterprise networking gear, has announced four critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities affecting most BIG-IP and BIG-IQ software versions. F5 BIG-IP software and hardware customers include governments, Fortune 500 firms, banks, internet service providers, and consumer brands (including Microsoft, Oracle, and Facebook), with the company claiming that “48 of […]

Fake Icon Delivers NanoCore Trojan – Experts Perspectives


Researchers with SpiderLabs at Trustwave reveal a new image file exploit – a fake icon delivering the NanoCore trojan. Researchers said: “The recent malspams… (work to) effectively hide the malicious executable from anti-malware and email scanners by abusing the file format of the “.zipx” attachment, which in this case is an Icon file with added surprises. […]

This Is How The World Ends – Whistleblowing First So We Understand WHY!

For more years than I care to recall, I have been on, what has seemed like a crusade to spread the word about, what we now understand to be the Cyber Threat that our interconnected, IoT driven world faces. On my crusade, spanning over 30 years + I have had negative encounters, knock-backs, faced criticism, […]