Millions of passengers affected by Cathay Pacific Airline Hack, China has been hijacking the internet backbone of Western countries, how proficient are developers at fixing Application Security flaws, WordPress team working to wipe-out older versions from existence on the Internet, MicroTik Router Bug is as bad as it gets, and more! News Bugs, Breaches, and […]
Paul and April Wright discuss a jQuery Plugin that has been exploited for years is finally getting patched, a flaw in LibSSH leaves thousands of servers at risk, and a remote code implantation flaw found in Medtronic Cardiac Programmers. Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly
Facebook discloses the loss of at least 50M Access Tokens also covered by Motherboard Formjacking is on the rise, Google admits to allowing hundreds of companies read your email, FireFox Monitor will alert you when your accounts have been Pwned, Microsoft releases MS-DOS v1.25 and v2.0 as Open Source, and more! Full Show NotesFollow us […]
Application news, DevOps food for thought, learning & tools from BitHubLab, and bugs, breaches, and more! News Bugs, Breaches, and More! 1.) FireFox uXSS and CSS XSS 2.) Windows 10 April 2018 Update Breaks SMBv1 3.) Some Signal Disappearing Messages Are Not Disappearing 4.) Cloudflare mistakes own 188.8.131.52 DNS for DDoS attack Cloudflare Blog post If you build it, they […]
Paul and John discuss the Equifax breach and they make a lot of speculations about security risk and security leadership. Full Show NotesVisit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/esw for all the latest episodes!
Why most startups fail, conference season tips, the question you need to ask before solving any problem, and when should you hit pause? Michael and Paul deliver updates from GreatHorn, Cybereason, Amazon, and more! Startup Articles & Discussion Should Startups Care About Profitability? Number One Most Stupid Reason That Start-ups Fail There’s One Question You […]
Chipotle and OneLogin suffer breaches, Windows XP Too Unstable To Spread WannaCry, Patches Available for Linux Sudo Vulnerability, Cisco, Netgear Readying Patches For Samba Vulnerability, oAuth nightmares, Attack and Defense, Jay Beale style, Decoding DECT with an RTL-SDR, and who are the Shadow Brokers? Full Show Notes Subscribe to YouTube Channel http://traffic.libsyn.com/pauldotcom/Who_Are_the_Shadow_Brokers_and_oAuth_nightmares_talk_-_Pauls_Security_Weekly_516_converted.mp3
Photo Credit: Ethan Prater Many people ask me how I keep up with the security news. Its really not a huge secret, okay maybe some things are secret. I will share a couple of items with the Security Weekly Tribe: I’ve been using an RSS reader since the begining. The software I choose to use […]