How EternalBlue was ported to Windows 10, a Facebook phishing study, QakBot, and this week’s Apple security announcements are all discussed.
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation sued the United States Department of Justice demanding to know whether the agency is complying with rules that mandate a periodic review of National Security Letter gag orders.
IBM quietly released a workaround fix for a vulnerability in its Spectrum Protect enterprise backup software it has known about since September 2016.
More than half of enterprises are exposing themselves to unnecessary risk by running out-of-date versions of Flash.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including the ShadowBrokers crowdfunding attempt, errors in WannaCry, a new Wikileaks dump, last week’s Samba vulnerability, and the OneLogin breach.
More than 1,000 mobile apps are leaking personal information via unsecured backend platforms such as MongoDB, MySQL and others.
A breach at OneLogin appears to have compromised customer data, including the ability to decrypt encrypted data.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including the EternalRocks worm, the latest on WannaCry, a subtitle hack, and a Twitter flaw.
Phishing sites are deploying freely available TLS certificates in order to dupe victims into thinking they’re visiting a safe site.