Microsoft accidentally lets encrypted Windows 10 out the the world, Kernel exploit discovered in macOS, PowerShell obfuscation ups the anty on anti virus, Google outlines incident response process, BombGar buys BeyondTrust, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson speaks on Elon Musk saying: Let the man Get High! All that and more, on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly!
- Microsoft accidentally let encrypted Windows 10 out into the world
- Kernel exploit discovered in macOS Webroot SecureAnywhere antivirus software | ZDNet
- US carriers introduce Project Verify to replace individual app passwords
- Is hiring a hacker ever a good idea? | ZDNet
- Neil deGrasse Tyson on Elon Musk: Let the Man Get High
- Postmortem: Multiple Failures Behind the Equifax Breach
- Whisky business: Uni of Edinburgh servers Irn-Scru’d by cyber-attack
- PowerShell Obfuscation Ups the Ante on Antivirus
- Google Outlines Incident Response Process for Cloud Customers
- Identity and Access Management Market to grow at 10%+ CAGR from 2018 to 2024
- Veeam leaves MongoDB database wide open, exposes 445m records
- Bomgar Buys BeyondTrust
- eSentire Launches Integrated MDR and SIEM Platform for Full Threat Visibility and Rapid Response
- U.S. to Charge North Korean Spy Over WannaCry and Sony Pictures Hack
- I’m in security, and it sucks. I love it.
- the US has some cyber work to do….
- implementation of badusb: USB Ninja
- Low cost rubber ducky!
- stealing a Tesla by cloning the key fob
- Ooops, video conference fail
- British Airways Breach Caused by Credit Card Skimming Malware
- It took hackers just 22 lines of code to steal British Airways’ customer data
- The most popular “privacy” tool in Apple’s Mac App Store was stealing users’ browsing history and sending it to China
- Feedify Becomes Latest Victiom of the Magecart Malware Campaign
- Banking Trojans and Shady Apps Galore In Google Play
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