Security

Zack Whittaker - Week in Security Volume 6, Issue 3

Submitted by rbosaz on Sun, 01/15/2023 - 15:20

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  • Royal Mail hit by outage, believed to be ransomware
  • Microsoft fixes 97 Windows vulnerabilities, including one exploited zero-day
  • A police app exposed secret details about raids and suspects
  • Identity thieves skirted Experian security to access credit reports

     

Zack Whittaker - Week in Security Volume 6, Issue 2

Submitted by rbosaz on Sun, 01/08/2023 - 12:18

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  • Rackspace blames zero-day for ransomware hit
  • Cops hacked thousands of phones. Was it legal?
  • First LastPass, now Slack and CircleCI have confirmed hacks
  • Russian hackers targeted U.S. nuclear scientists

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Zack Whittaker - Week in Security Volume 5, Issue 45

Submitted by rbosaz on Sun, 12/04/2022 - 18:31

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  • Spyware maker Variston exploited Windows, browser zero-days
  • LastPass hacked for the second time this year
  • Android phone makers' encryption keys used in malware
  • Researcher says Eufy cameras aren't as local-only as it claims

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Zack Whittaker - Week in Security Volume 5, Issue 44

Submitted by rbosaz on Sun, 11/27/2022 - 13:31

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  • Police seize iSpoof call spoofing site, warns 70,000 victims by text message
  • U.S., Britain take ban hammers to Huawei, ZTE, Hikvision
  • A leak details Apple's secret dirt on security startup Corellium

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Zack Whittaker - Week in Security Volume 5, Issue 42

Submitted by rbosaz on Wed, 11/16/2022 - 13:49

Check out Zack Whittaker's Week in Security Volume 5, Issue 42

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  • Twitter's CISO departs after Musk takeover
  • U.S. seizes $3.36 billion in cryptocurrency from second Silk Road hacker
  • Australia faces consequences of standing up to ransomware

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