Firms running Cisco WebEx are told to update their software, Medical devices vulnerable to KRACK Wi-Fi attacks, Kitty Cryptomining Malware Cashes in on Drupalgeddon 2.0, Facebook fires engineer accused of stalking women, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly!
- Firms running Cisco WebEx are told to update their software… again!
- Volkswagen Cars Open To Remote Hacking, Researchers Warn
- Kitty Cryptomining Malware Cashes in on Drupalgeddon 2.0
- Medical devices vulnerable to KRACK Wi-Fi attacks
- Facebook fires engineer accused of stalking women
- Controversial biohacker is found dead
- Twitter: no big deal, but everyone needs to change their password
- No Computing Device Too Small For Cryptojacking
- iLo ransomware
- it’s specifically the Rar decoder. Fixed 7z executable is out too. .7z files can use Rar compression, so you’re not safe just because you’re not decoding a .rar file with it. But you can check the compression type without decoding
- schneider electric vulns…by tenable
- pentesters guide to hashes
- Cambridge Analytica dismantled for good? Nope: It just changed its name to Emerdata
- Amazon blocks domain fronting, threatens to shut down Signal’s account