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OMG, I use that site!

November 20, 2019 Leave a comment

In what is clearly becoming so sad it is now funny, another popular online store was hijacked. Macy’s fell victim to a third party inclusion vulnerability and like so may big retailers before them, some of you may be victim to the scorge of the Magecart gang.

Not even the FBI can help these retailers (or more likely they don’t listen or don’t care) as more and more of them unwittingly become infected.

CyberSecurity is now becoming the most important thing to worry about as a service provide AND as an online shopper. Be careful where you tread…

More details are available from Bleeping Computer.

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Snyk Found Over Four Times More Vulnerabilities in RHEL, Debian, and Ubuntu – DZone Security

November 17, 2019 Leave a comment

Impressive list of vulnerabilities this year and even the purchase of Redhat by IBM isn’t making the paid OS immune. Check out the docker images that are floating around and be careful when trusting someone else’s container build.

https://dzone.com/articles/snyk-found-over-four-times-more-vulnerabilities-la?fromrel=true

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What’s in a container image: Meeting the legal challenges | Opensource.com

November 8, 2019 Leave a comment

Do you remember when you bought a license and installed your copy of windows X on a VM and didn’t think twice about it. You loaded your software and maybe setup a reoccurring backup for it and you were done right?

Nowadays, there are risks at even using that Windows license on a cloud provider other than Azure (but that is another story)

Today, running containers is the new thing and that software is open source right? Not always!

You could have more than just Vulnerability risk to worry about. Some container images can also have License risk and you could have legal troubles too!

https://opensource.com/article/18/7/whats-container-image-meeting-legal-challenges

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Scotiabank does it again

October 12, 2019 Leave a comment

Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, the bank’s Canadian workforce will have a
total of five personal days and the flexibility to take them as needed,
in addition to existing sick and vacation days.

“Our people are our most important asset and their well-being is a
top priority for Scotiabank,” said Barbara Mason, chief human resources
officer, in a press release. “We strongly believe that by offering
employees greater flexibility to take time off to achieve greater
work-life balance, our employee population will be healthier and
happier, and therefore enabled to perform at their very best.”

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Picard is back!

October 6, 2019 Leave a comment

… and he is teaming up with 7 of 9!

Go borg GO! This is going to be so exciting… https://twitter.com/WIRED/status/1180899318024163328?s=09

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Debit cards and TD are in trouble (again)

September 30, 2019 Leave a comment

Toronto business owner loses $14K to technical glitch at mobile payment company.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/mobile-payment-glitch-1.5300313

You may remember the post a few months ago that may be related…

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/spotify-charges-debit-account-unauthorized-withdrawals-1.5206053

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Multi-stage, fileless Nodersok campaign delivers rare Node.js-based malware – Microsoft Security

September 30, 2019 Leave a comment
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