Don Pezet of ITProTV joins Paul to discuss Amazon S3 buckets, Google collecting Android data, secret spyware in smartwatches, and patches for Microsoft, Intel, HP, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes Visit http://hacknaked.tv to get all the latest episodes!
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Michael Santarcangelo and Jason Wood discuss Amazon Key’s launch, backdoors on phones, consumers distrusting businesses with data, IT professionals turning to cybersecurity, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! News OnePlus inadvertently left a backdoor on its phones https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/14/oneplus-leaves-backdoor-on-phones/ Phones from the last few years (including the OnePlus 5) include EngineerMode — a […]
Doug White and Jason Wood discuss improvements to IoT, fooling millions of Android users, Google Play bug bounties, school boards being hacked by pro-ISIS groups, and more with Jason Wood on this episode of Hack Naked News! News Despite the benefits, new devices will lead to new security risks. And the presence of malicious code […]
Michael Santarcangelo discusses platform security architecture, Kaspersky, the Cyber Peace Corps, and more with Jason Wood on this episode of Hack Naked News! News Kaspersky head says hack claims hurting US cybersecurity sales http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/357587-kaspersky-head-says-hack-claims-hurting-us-cybersecurity-sales Note the importance of government actions (purchases, signals) Potential here for a company caught in political crossfire Bold action open source […]
Kaspersky has “nothing to hide”, the internet wants YOU, OS X malware runs rampant, WHOIS database slip-ups, and more. Jason Wood discusses an attack on critical US infrastructure on this episode of Hack Naked News! News ‘We’ve nothing to hide’: Kaspersky Lab offers to open up source code – Following damaging news that Russian hackers used […]
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Paul talks about Equifax, TPMs security flaw in Infineon smart cards, Google removes more malicious Chrome extensions from Web Store, a Linux Kernel Privilege Escalation bug discovered, and Equifax. Don Pezet from ITProTV joins us for the expert commentary. Stay tuned, on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes Visit our website for […]
Doug White and Jason Wood discuss Kaspersky, social security, Duqu 2.0, and the Equifax breach on this episode of Hack Naked News! Doug’s Stories The White House and Equifax Agree: Social Security Numbers Should Go Designed in the 1930s 745 million numbers possible Lots of excluded blocks Biometrics? Block Chains? https://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-hackers-stole-nsa-data-on-u-s-cyber-defense-1507222108 Russian Hackers Stole NSA […]
The internet isn’t ready for DNS sec, Netgear patches away, Whole Foods is the latest victim of a credit card breach, and more. Ferruh Mavituna and Sven Morgenroth of Netsparker join us to discuss Apache Struts vulnerability and the Equifax breach on this episode of Hack Naked News! News ICANN Postpones Scheduled DNS Crypto Key […]
Tracking cars, iOS 11 patches eight vulnerabilities, Equifax dumps their CEO, High Sierra gets slammed with a Zero-day, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security discusses an email DDos threat on this episode of Hack Naked News! News Passwords For 540,000 Car Tracking Devices Leaked Online – In the leaked S3 buckets deparment: The Kromtech Security Center […]
CCleaner is distributing malware, rogue WordPress plugins, Equifax replaces key staff members, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security discusses malicious WordPress plugins on this episode of Hack Naked News! News VMware Patches Bug That Allows Guest to Execute Code on Host – Last Friday VMware reported an “escape” vulnerability in its product line as discovered […]