Fuze addressed two issues that publicly exposed recordings of private business meetings made over the collaboration platform.
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Intel warns business PC customers of a critical vulnerability found in its Active Management Technology that allows for escalation of privilege attacks.
Dan Geer’s Source Boston keynote included a declaration that cybersecurity and humanity’s future are forever conjoined.
Yahoo has patched an account takeover vulnerability on its Flickr image-hosting service that earned an independent security researcher a $7,000 bounty.
The CIA is planting web beacons inside Microsoft Word documents to track whistleblowers, journalists and informants, according to WikiLeaks.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap this year’s SOURCE Boston Conference and discuss the week in news, including the long term implications of the NSA’s DoublePulsar exploit, and the HipChat breach.
Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report for 2017 shows big growth in the reported number of ransomware attacks and incidents involving cyberespionage.
A trove of consumer auto loan data—some 1 million records—has been locked down after a researcher found an exposed and accessible database online.
Last Friday’s ShadowBrokers dump, Microsoft ditching passwords, and a new car dongle hack are all discussed.
Google asked for MLAT reform, and released its biannual Transparency Report revealing it received a record number of government requests for user data.