#TrevorForget, PGP, Oracle, and Linux Kernel – Paul’s Security Weekly #531

Don’t worry about PGP private key exposure, Signal taps up Intel’s SGX for increased security, a two-year-old Linux Kernel issue resurfaces, Bill Gates’s biggest mistake, Oracle patches away, and is society becoming desensitized to the loss of personal data?

Paul’s Stories

  1. Worried by PGP private key exposure stories? You dont have to with contemporary Identity-Based Encryption.
  2. Broadening HSTS to secure more of the Web
  3. Signal taps up Intel’s SGX to (hopefully) stop contacts falling into hackers, cops’ hands
  4. Cardiac Scan Authentication Your Heart As Your Password
  5. 2-Year-Old Linux Kernel Issue Resurfaces As High-Risk Flaw
  6. Dark-Web Drug Dealer Arrested After He Travelled US for World Beard Championships
  7. Internet Explorer bug can reveal the contents of your address bar
  8. Woman says hacker spied on her through the baby monitor
  9. Oracle Patches Apache Struts, Reminds Users to Update Equifax Bug
  10. If Bill Gates really thinks ctrl-alt-del was a mistake, he should have fixed it himself
  11. Remote Wi-Fi Attack Backdoors iPhone 7

Larry’s Stories

  1. and that’s how you get pwned. Looks like we need to do an OPSEC for GitHub users class…
  2. According to Norton, Vatican City has the highest bonnet count per capita
  3. High Sierra OS X keychain issues. – Apparently this affects older OSes too, and may be some interesting FUD. Watch as the story unfolds]
  4. BlueBorne – 7 bluetooth 0-days – FUUUUUUUU
  5. Part 95 Personal radio rules change
  6. In case you missed it: #TrevorForget

Jeff’s Stories

  1. Remembering Trevor the Roach #Trevorforget
  2. Et tu, Deloitte???
  3. Is Society Becoming Desensitized to the loss of Personal Data?

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