Watering Hole Attack Was Used to Target Florida Water Utilities – Tempemail

An investigation undertaken in the aftermath of the Oldsmar water plant hack earlier this year has revealed that an infrastructure contractor in the U.S. state of Florida hosted malicious code on its website in what’s known as a watering hole attack. “This malicious code seemingly targeted water utilities, particularly in Continue Reading

LIVE Webinar — The Rabbit Hole of Automation – Tempemail

The concept of automation has taken on a life of its own in recent years. The idea is nothing new, but the current interest in automation is a mix of both hype and innovation. On the one hand, it’s much easier today to automate everything from small processes to massive-scale Continue Reading

‘There’s a gaping hole in our knowledge’: the scientists studying why gamers invert their controls | Games

It is one of the most contentious aspects of video game playing – a debate where opposing sides literally cannot see each other’s perspective. When the Guardian ran an article asking why a large minority of game players invert the Y axis on their controls – meaning that they push Continue Reading

Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear – Security- Tempemail

Palo Alto Networks has issued patches for a critical authentication bypass in several of its enterprise security products that was reported to the security vendor by two Monash University infosec staff. The flaw, discovered by cybersecurity systems analyst Salman Khan and systems engineer Cameron Duck at Monash University, rates 10 Continue Reading

Down the rabbit hole: how QAnon conspiracies thrive on Facebook | Technology

In early May, QAnon braced for a purge. Facebook had removed a small subset – five pages, six groups and 20 profiles – of the community on the social network, and as word of the bans spread, followers of Q began preparing for a broader sweep. Some groups changed their Continue Reading

‘Big hole in the value chain’: one third of adtech costs unattributable finds Isba- Tempemail

The Incorporated Society of British Advertisers (Isba) has released the results of an in-depth probe into the adtech supply chain, finding that publishers receive only 51% of advertiser spend. One-third of supply chain costs were unattributed, which may force transparency from the convoluted process going forward. The Isba Programmatic Supply Continue Reading