More Chrome extensions have been compromised, disabling safety features in cars, being targeted via AirDrop, USB is less secure (go figure), and more security news!
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- Woman targeted with 120 images on public transport via AirDrop
- Unpatchable Flaw in Modern Cars Allows Hackers to Disable Safety Features
- Attackers Backdoor Another Software Update Mechanism
- Seven More Chrome Extensions Compromised
- Google Removes Chrome Extension Used in Banking Fraud
- Flash’s Final Countdown Has Begun
- HBO Social Media Accounts Have Been Hacked
- ProtonMail Says It Hacked Back, Then Walks Claim Back
- Rowhammer RAM Attack Adapted To Hit Flash Storage
- Organizations Willing to Try Out Longer Passwords, Study Finds
- Study Shows Cyber-Security Pros Confident They Can Find Threats
- Profexor goes dark, but on the other side is a witness for the FBI against the Russians for hacking the DNC
- Scottish parliament under cyber attack
- Self driving Car Hacking
- Hacking over USB…so much less secure than ever thought
- attribution is hard
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