During last week’s Sophos Security Chet Chat (episode 14) Michael Argast and I had a discussion about responsible media. We spent some time talking about AT&T’s screwup of disclosing email addresses of iPad purchasers and how this really was not Apple’s problem. We also dove into the disclosure of a bug in Microsoft Help Center by Tavis Ormandy of Google and whether his behavior was truly ethical. Give it a listen.
While traveling to Boston to attend the Workshop on Social Networking and the Usenix Annual Technical Conference I made a point to stop by SophosLabs in Burlington, MA. Richard Wang from the lab was kind enough to spend a few minutes sharing his thoughts on some recent emerging threats and how our labs approach protecting our customers. We discuss the Adobe 0-day flaw in Flash, the Microsoft Help Center flaw and the changing content of malicious web code.
Paul Ducklin has also posted his 90 second news for June 2010. Rather than describe it, I will take Paul’s advice… “Don’t read the news, watch it!”
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