[ZDNet] PJCIS asks for Australia’s ‘hacking’ Bill to gain judicial oversight and sunset clauses

The committee probing the Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Bill has asked for a few amendments, such as protections around privacy, the requirement for the authorising authority to be a superior court judge, and that other law enforcement options are considered before a warrant is requested, before the Bill is passed.

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[ESET] Hundreds of suspected criminals arrested after being tricked into using FBI‑run chat app

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[TheRecord] Ghostscript zero-day allows full server compromises

Proof-of-concept exploit code was published online over the weekend for an unpatched Ghostscript vulnerability that puts all servers that rely on the component at risk of attacks. Published by Vietnamese security researcher Nguyen The Duc, the proof-of-concept code is available on GitHub and was confirmed to work by several of today’s leading security researchers. This is indeed a […]

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