Researchers say iTunes and Apple’s App Store suffer from a persistent input validation and mail encoding web vulnerability. If exploited, it could allow an attacker to inject their own malicious script.
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Operations Manager at Paterva Andrew Macpherson outlines the details of the “Digital Intelligence Gathering using Maltego” course being offered at SAS 2017.
The news of the week is discussed, including the ShadowBrokers’ farewell, GoDaddy’s buggy domain validation issue, MongoDB ransoms, and the latest with St. Jude Medical.
Mike Mimoso talks to Marie Moe, a research scientist at SINTEF of Norway, about her personal and emotional connection to medical device security.
A new WordPress update, pushed this week, resolves eight security issues, including a handful of XSS and CSRF bugs.
Cloudflare on Tuesday was finally able to post a National Security Letter it received from the FBI back in 2013.
Researchers recently identified a phishing campaign set up to lure unsuspecting Netflix users into giving up their credentials and credit card data.
Data purportedly belonging to 1.5 million members of the video gaming community ESEA, or the E-Sports Entertainment Association League, was leaked over the weekend.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including on this week’s U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Service hearing, the Burlington Electric ‘Hack’, FireCrypt, and Security Without Borders.
The FTC alleged Thursday that D-Link neglected to adequately secure its wireless routers and IP cameras, putting its consumers at risk.