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.
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Phishing sites are deploying freely available TLS certificates in order to dupe victims into thinking they’re visiting a safe site.
Rep. Tom Graves has revised a draft of the Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act with new provisions that include mandatory notification and permission to recovery or destroy stolen data on the attacker’s computer.
Researchers warn two features, not flaws, in Android can be used together to open devices up to attack.
Attackers can remotely execute code on targeted systems via specially crafted subtitle files for videos.
The Terror exploit kit has matured into a greater threat and carefully crafts attacks based on a user’s browser environment.
Google announces big changes for Android security including new features, a rebranding of old services and an updated UI, all streamlined under a new service called Google Play Protect.
The Senate’s use of the end-to-end encrypted messaging app Signal is a good first step in protecting U.S. democratic institutions, but much more needs to be protected.
Researchers claim that APT3, widely believed to be a China-based threat actor, is directly connected to the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS).