Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Monday 16 September 2019
- iPhone lockscreen bypass: iOS 13 tricked into showing your contacts
- Google fixes Chromebook 2FA flaw in ‘built-in security key’
- Simjacker silent phone hack could affect a billion users
- Tiny Pacific nation forges ahead with national cryptocurrency
Tuesday 17 September 2019
- Robocalls now flooding US phones with 200m calls per day
- Former hacker warns against password reuse
- US Treasury targets North Korean hacking groups
- Teen music hacker arrested in UK for stealing bands’ unreleased music
Wednesday 18 September 2019
- WannaCry – the worm that just won’t die
- Is $100 million enough to save the web from ads?
- Leaky database spills data on 20 million Ecuadorians and businesses
- Common storage and router devices are still hopelessly broken
- Teenage gamer jailed over lethal swatting
Thursday 19 September 2019
- Air Force to offer up a satellite to hackers at Defcon 2020
- Researchers find 737 million medical images exposed on the internet
- US files suit against Snowden to keep book profits out of his hands
- S2 Ep9: DDoSes, privacy and network hacks – Naked Security Podcast
- No surprises in the top 25 most dangerous software errors
Friday 20 September 2019
- Server-squashing zero-day published for phpMyAdmin tool
- IBM’s new 53-qubit quantum ‘mainframe’ is live in the cloud
- Report: Use of AI surveillance is growing around the world
- Facebook Libra rejected by France as “dangerous”
The latest Naked Security Live video
WannaCry still hasn’t died out, 2.5 years after the original attack. We went live to find out why…
(Watch directly on YouTube if the video won’t play here.)
The latest Naked Security podcast
Greg discusses the most disruptive DDoS attack in recent memory affecting Wikipedia [5’17”], Mark shares another privacy boost for Firefox users [15’39]” and Duck explains why SSH-stealing NetCAT is not really a problem [29’30”].
Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to skip to any point in the podcast.
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