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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More than 200 Android mobile applications listen surreptitiously for ultrasonic beacons embedded in audio that are used to track users and serve them with targeted advertising.
Fuze addressed two issues that publicly exposed recordings of private business meetings made over the collaboration platform.
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.
Google asked for MLAT reform, and released its biannual Transparency Report revealing it received a record number of government requests for user data.
At F8 today, Facebook released SDKs and documentation for the integration of Delegated Account Recovery into Java, NodeJS and Ruby applications.
The FDA sent Abbott Laboratories a warning letter citing that it had inadequately addressed the security of the maligned Merlin@home Transmitter.
President Trump signed a resolution to complete the overturning of internet privacy protections that would have prevented ISPs from tracking you online without first asking users to opt-in.
This year’s Security Analyst Summit is previewed and the news of the week is discussed, including a Microsoft IIS zero day, a new Mirai variant, and the broadband privacy ruling.