The straight up security news in 10 minutes or less! In the expert commentary, Matt Alderman talks about the slew of ransomware attacks, and pay-offs, targeted at cities and municipalities earlier this year, is the tide starting to turn? This week, hackers indiscriminately infected iPhones for two years, Google throws bug bounty bucks at mega-popular third-party apps, how Jack Dorsey's Twitter account got hacked, and how attackers are exploiting vulnerable WordPress plugins to backdoor sites!
In the expert commentary, Matt Alderman talks about the slew of ransomware attacks, and pay-offs, targeted at cities and municipalities earlier this year, is the tide starting to turn? Armed with iOS 0days, hackers indiscriminately infected iPhones for two years, Google throws bug bounty bucks at mega-popular third-party apps, How MuleSoft patched a critical security flaw and avoided a disaster, Jack Dorsey's Twitter account got hacked, Attackers are exploiting vulnerable WP plugins to backdoor sites, and much more! He will be talking about developing and enforcing security policies in the cloud.
UW engineers use a smartphone to send a secure password through the human body and open a door with an electronic smart lock. Sending a password or secret code over airborne radio waves like WiFi or Bluetooth means anyone can eavesdrop, making those transmissions vulnerable to hackers who can attempt to break the encrypted code. Now, University of Washington computer scientists and electrical engineers have devised a way to send secure passwords through the human body — using benign, low-frequency transmissions generated by fingerprint sensors and touchpads on consumer devices.
Michael reports on a suspected North Korea Ransomware attack, Kaspersky federal software ban, compelled passwords, and 1 in 3 IT professionals looking for new jobs! Armed with iOS 0days, hackers indiscriminately infected iPhones for two years, Google throws bug bounty bucks at mega-popular third-party apps, How …. Judge orders Capital One hacker Paige Thompson to remain in prison, a Vast majority of newly registered domains are malicious, and why half ….
Amelia - With the amount of personal information people put online, keeping our data protected is clearly important. But some of the most common passwords used by people include: 'letmein', '', and the very original 'password' which surely, are not very secure. So, what is the best way to insure our security online whether it's for our Facebook or Twitter account or something more important that is internet banking.
This week, Tenable researcher reveals extended MikroTik Router Vulnerability, Wi-Fi versions will get names people can actually understand, don't accept Facebook's 2nd friend request, Google Plus exposedusers data, weak passwords are being banned in California, and code execution bug in malicious repositories resolved by Git Project! All that and more, on this episode of Hack Naked News! Error - There was an error with your download request.
A one-liner exploit for X, the danger of searching for Chrome in Bing, exposing your Docker API, you can find sensitive data in the cloud, exploit users by embedded videos in Word documents, dead web apps, hacking BGP routes, a new DHCP vulnerability and hacking your brain! Leonard Simon from Springboard joins us for expert commentary on how to get into the field of Information Security! This week, Millions of voter records for sale on the Dark Web, Apple passcode bypass can access pictures and contacts, how Chrome and Firefox could ruin your business, Fake Adobe updates, Microsoft Zero-Day patch for JET bug incomplete, and 5 ways attackers are targeting the Healthcare Industry!
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Paul's Security Weekly. This week, millions of utility customers passwords stored in plain text, Google ditches passwords in latest android devices, online validation services vulnerable to digital signature spoofing attacks, flaws in 4G and 5G allow snooping on calls, and TurboTax hit with credential stuffing attack and tax returns were compromised! Nicholas Sciberras from Acunetix joins us for expert commentary on how hackers created social media work after a bug report was ignored!