In the Security News this week, Google Chrome has a critical vulnerability, Flash has another zero-day exploit, Colorado passes “most stringent” breach notification law, hackers hack a plane from the ground.
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- Marcus Hutchins, WannaCry-killer, hit with four new charges by the FBI
- Federal Agencies Face an Uphill Battle in Cyber-Preparedness
- VPNFilter Update – VPNFilter exploits endpoints, targets new devices
- Microsoft Just Put a Data Center on the Bottom of the Ocean
- Amazon and eBay pull ‘hack risk’ smart toys
- New Colorado Breach Notification Rules Signed Into Law
- Cisco fixes critical bug that exposed networks to hackers | ZDNet
- Flash zero-day exploit. Act now!
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- Researcher Succesfully Hacked In-Flight Airplanes – From the Ground
- Oh the irony! When cybercriminals are rubbish at cybersecurity
- Container ships easy to hack, track, send off course and even sink, security experts say
State Agencies are particular targets for phishing. This was described as a “generic phishing attack”
https://www.darkreading.com/analytics/i-for-one-welcome-our-robotic-security-overlords/a/d-id/1331934 — The return of Dixie Flatline and correlation of data via ai.
Defaced by IsHaKdz and asked for 7500 ransom. Happened on 31 May and breached 26 million accounts. WordPress.
— Even more devices at risk from VPNFilter. They have added ASUS, Huawei, D-link, and ZTE.