Singapore, Cisco, and Israeli Spyware – Paul’s Security Weekly #604

In the Security News, Singapore passes an anti-fake news law, WhatsApp Vulnerability Exploited to Infect Phones with Israeli Spyware, major security issues found in Cisco routers, and Microsoft Releases Security Updates to Address Remote Code Execution Vulnerability! Paul’s Stories Microsoft plugs wormable RDP flaw, new speculative execution side channel vulnerabilities – Help Net Security Passwords […]
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Firewalls, Paul Asadoorian – Enterprise Security Weekly #137

    Paul will be giving a technical segment on firewalls. Paul talks about an enterprise open-source firewalls? Hardware: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074XPR3VJ Software: PfSense (https://www.pfsense.org/) Setup: Full Show Notes Visit https://securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Hosts           Announcements Register for our upcoming webcasts with Kaseya, SaltStack, and DomainTools by going to securityweekly.com/webcasts . If […]
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SaaS Product, Cloudneeti – Paul’s Security Weekly #601

Guru Pandurangi is the CEO and Founder of Cloudneeti, to talk about how their SaaS product is delivering continuous cloud security and compliance assurance to businesses migrating or using cloud providers such as Azure, AWS, Office365, to develop and host their applications! To learn more about Cloudneeti, visit:https://securityweekly.com/cloudneeti Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: […]
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The Canary Tool, Thinkst – Paul’s Security Weekly #601

Haroon Meer is the CEO and Researcher at Thinkst. He is coming on the show to talk about why hackers should create companies, and some of the technical details behind Thinkst’ tool Canary! Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts             Announcements
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Fujifilm, Facebook, & Black Holes – Paul’s Security Weekly #601

    Serious vulnerabilities found in Fujifilm x-ray devices, Facebook could be fined 5 billion over privacy violations, preinstalled malware on bootleg streaming devices, hackers using SIM swapping to steal cryptocurrency, and how a 29 year old computer scientist created the algorithm that took the first ever picture of a black hole! Paul’s Stories Chrome […]
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Parrot Security 4.6 – Security GNU/Linux Distribution Designed with Cloud Pentesting and IoT Security in Mind

 After 3 months of heavy development Parrot 4.6 is officially released.How to updateUpdate your existing Parrot system with the following command:sudo parrot-upgradeSystem Changes (Appearance)The desktop-base and parrot-wallpapers also received some love and are updated to reflect such changes including the new Parrot appearence.APT now enforces httpsParrot 4.6 is now configured to serve signed index files via https by default, and the mirror redirector is configured to redirect traffic to https mirrors when available. In case an https mirror is not available, the packages are downloaded by fallback http mirrors, but APT will still verify the signatures.In other debian-based systems and previous Parrot OS versions, mirrors used http by default, and https is just an exception. Http downloads don’t represent a security risk because gpg signatures are more effective than ssl downloads in certifying repository integrity, as described on this website – https://whydoesaptnotusehttps.com/.Although you can never eliminate risk of bad actors, we hope to increase the cost for providers attempting to intercept or track user activities (i.e. knowing if a user is installing specific software).Improved drivers supportParrot 4.6 includes the Linux 4.19 kernel which contains several security patches, performance improvements and a better hardware support.Moreover Parrot 4.6 features important updates for broadcom and other wireless chipset manufacturers, and the Nvidia drivers were updated to the latest 410 version with better Quadro support. Debian Kernel Changelog – Linux changelogAnonsurf has OpenNIC supportAnonsurf now integrates a new option to change from the system DNS servers to OpenNIC DNS resolvers.OpenNIC is a community-driven dns resolver provider that respects user freedom and allows domain resolution of some special top level domains.Download Parrot Security 4.6

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TeleKiller – A Tool Session Hijacking And Stealer Local Passcode Telegram Windows

A Tools Session Hijacking And Stealer Local passcode Telegram Windows.Features :Session HijackingStealer Local PasscodeKeyloggerShellBypass 2 Step VerificationBypass Av (Coming Soon)Installation Windowsgit clone https://github.com/ultrasecurity/TeleKiller.gitcd TeleKillerpip install -r requirements.txtpython TeleKiller.pyDependency :python 2.7pyHookpywin32Video TutorialOperating Systems TestedWindows 10Windows 8.1Windows 8Windows 7ContactWebSite Ultra Security Team: https://ultrasec.orgChannel Telegram: https://t.me/UltraSecurityThanks toMilad RanjbarMrQadirDownload TeleKiller

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