Airport Security, Dark Web, and Apple – Paul’s Security Weekly #567

In the Security News this week, Hackers put Airport Security system Access on the Dark Web, Arch Linux PDF reader package poisoned,Chrome defends Spectre, & Cisco patches bug in VoIP phones. Paul’s Stories WPA3 – Schneier on Security Two New Spectre-Class CPU Flaws DiscoveredIntel Pays $100K Bounty Hacker Puts Airport’s Security System Access On Dark […]
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WordPress, Apple, and Kim Dotcom – Hack Naked News #180

This week, WordPress vulnerabilities, Apple updates, Gentoo, Kim Dotcom, discovering 0-day exploits, and bypassing Apple’s USB restricted mode! Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Security News WordPress 4.9.7 Update Fixes Pair of Security Vulnerabilities – Two file deletion vulnerabilities were fixed, which sounds […]
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Articles, News, & Discussion – Business Security Weekly #91

Technical experts need to get better at telling stories, How to get the upper hand in any “Take It Or Leave It” offer, How and when to inform your team of major developments in your business, why companies need to build a skills inventory, and more! Technical Experts Need to Get Better at Telling Stories […]
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Microsoft, JavaScript, AI Can Fire – Application Security Weekly #21

Apple comments on erroneous reports of iPhone brute force passcode hack, XSS, in Google Colaboratory + CSP bypass, how to deploy to Azure with Docker & VS Code, and debugging JavaScript in Google Chrome and Visual Studio Code. News[edit] Bugs, Breaches, and More! 1.) Apple comments on erroneous reports of iPhone brute force passcode hack Original Reporting […]
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Microsoft, GitHub, and Drupalgeddon pt. II – Hack Naked News #176

This week, iOS updates, hacker charged with murder, a steaming vulnerability, to pay or not to pay the ransom, Drupal still vulnerable, freaking out over GitHub, and this day in something forever. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us for the expert commentary this week, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Security […]
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Z-Wave, SSD, Singapore ISP, and VPN Filter Malware Risk – Hack Naked News #175

This week, net neutrality and what it really means, Qradar vulnerability, trying to secure your mobile device, when Z-Wave attacks, routers are open to attack because of your ISP, Starbucks and XSS, Despacito hackers arrested, rebooting your routers, and more! Daniel Lowrie from ITPro.TV joins us for expert commentary this week, and more on this […]
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Windows, Nintendo, and LinkedIN – Hack Naked News #170

This week, Apple and issues of trust, LinkedIN leaks, spending money on ransomware, dead fingerprints, mysterious medical hacks, and hacking the Nintendo switch with no patches even possible? Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Security News ‘iTunes Wi-Fi Sync’ Feature Could Let […]
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