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Feb 19, 2019

Why it's way too easy to sell counterfeit goods on amazon, how to defend against the runC container vulnerability, creating a dream team for the new age of cyber security, how you can get a windows 95 emulator for Windows 10, Linux, or MAC, DEF CON goes to Washington, and InfoSec institutes top podcasts that take your computer skills to the next level!

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Feb 11, 2019

5G networks must be secured from hackers and bad actors, zero-day vulnerability highlights the responsible disclosure dilemma, a flaw in multiple airline systems exposes passenger data, security bugs in video chat tools enable remote attackers, and an original World War 2 German message decrypts to go on display at the National Museum of Computing!

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Feb 2, 2019

In the Security News, 5 tips for access control from an ethical hacker, Japan is to hunt down Citizens insecure IoT devices, kid tracking watches allow attackers to monitor real time location data, and Imperva mitigate a DDoS attack generated 500 million packets per second!

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Jan 29, 2019

Cellular carriers are implementing services to identify cell scam leveraging, New Android Malware uses motion sensor to avoid detection, Linux Malware disables security software to mine cryptocurrency, and how a Hacker threatened a family using a Nest Camera to broadcast a fake missile attack alert!

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Jan 22, 2019

Two code execution flaws patched in Drupal, 773 million records exposed in massive data breach, prices for zero-day exploits are rising, new attacks target recent PHP framework vulnerability, and Microsoft launches a new Azure DevOps Bug Bounty program!

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Jan 14, 2019

Why Hyatt Is Launching a Public Bug Bounty Program, Amazon Key partners with myQ, Web vulnerabilities up, IoT flaws down, enterprise iPhones will soon be able to use security dongles, and how El Chapo's IT manager cracked his encrypted chats and brought him down!

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Jan 7, 2019

Hijacking smart TV's to promote PewDiePie, hackers attempt to sell stolen 9/11 documents, turning your house into a DOOM level with a Roomba, and hopefully you're over that New Year's hangover, because there's an Adobe PDF app patch to install!

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Dec 23, 2018

The question comes up quite often, what should organizations be doing to meet the basic security requirements? We often hear the terms "Security Basics", "Minimum Security Standards" or dear lord "Security Hygiene". But what does all this mean? Is it the same for everyone? People will point to different resources that attempt to define the security basics, but do they really work? Does compliance play into this picture?

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Dec 17, 2018

How Taylor Swift used Facial Recognition to Thwart Stalkers, unlocking android phones with a 3D printed head, Ticketmaster fails to take responsibility for malware, and it's December of 2018, To Hell with it, Just patch your stuff already!

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Dec 10, 2018

This week, how Docker containers can be exploited to mine for cryptocurrency, WordPress sites attacking other WordPress sites, why the Marriott Breach is a valuable IT lesson, malicious Chrome extensions, why hospitals are the next frontier of cybersecurity, and how someone is claiming to sell a Mass Printer Hijacking service!

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Dec 3, 2018

Hackers breach Dunkin Donuts, how insiders are serious threats to security in an organization, the return of email flooding, Microsoft helps police shut down fake tech support in India, and how Las Vegas police are cracking down on Black Market marijuana sales!

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Nov 19, 2018

7 new Spectre/Meltdown attacks, Hacking ATM's for free cash is easier than Windows XP, AI can now fake fingerprints fooling ID scanners, and Japan's cybersecurity minister admits he's never used a computer!

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Nov 6, 2018

Cisco accidentally released Dirty Cow exploit code, Apache Struts Vulnerabilities, Zero Day exploit published for VM Escape flaw, Spam spewing IoT botnet infects 100,000 routers, and some of these vibrating apps turn your phone into a sex toy!

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Nov 5, 2018

AWS Security Best Practices, Masscan and massive address lists, Bleedingbit vulnerabilities, and Cisco Zero-Day exploited in the wild, ! All that and more, on this episode of Paul's Security Weekly!

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Oct 29, 2018

Fear of AI attacks, the FDA releases cybersecurity guidance, watch hackers steal a Tesla, serious D-Link router security flaw may never be patched, and California addresses default passwords! All that and more, on this episode of Paul's Security Weekly!

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Oct 22, 2018

How to use the Shodan search engine to secure an enterprise's internet presence, Apache access vulnerability could affect thousands of applications, vulnerable controllers could allow attackers to manipulate marine diesel engines, & ICS Security Plagued with Basic, and avoidable mistakes!

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Oct 15, 2018

New Apple and Microsoft security flaws at Black Hat Europe, CCTV makers leaves at least 9 million cameras public, upset Google+ users are sueing Google, US weapons systems apparently can be easily hacked, not all multifactor authentication is created equal, and Kanye's '000000' password makes iPhone security great again!

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Oct 1, 2018

In the security news, Russian Hackers use Malware that can survive OS reinstalls, Facebook’s 2-Factor authentication With a phone number isn’t only for security, it’s used for ads ,FBI warns companies about hackers increasingly abusing RDP connections, NSA employee who brought hacking tools home sentenced to 66 months in prison, new Linux Kernel Bug affects Red Hat, CentOS, and Debian Distributions, and Baddies just need one email account with clout to unleash phishing hell, and more!

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Sep 24, 2018

Senate can't protect senators staff from Cyber Attacks, Equifax fined by ICO over data breach that hit Britons, US Military given the power to hack back and defend forward,and AmazonBasics Microwave works with Alexa!

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Sep 18, 2018

Microsoft accidentally lets encrypted Windows 10 out the the world, Kernel exploit discovered in macOS, PowerShell obfuscation ups the anty on anti virus, Google outlines incident response process, BombGar buys BeyondTrust, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson speaks on Elon Musk saying: Let the man Get High! All that and more, on this episode of Paul's Security Weekly!

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Sep 11, 2018

In the security news, Spanish driver tests positive for every drug test, vulnerabilities found in the remote management interface of Supermicro servers, Apache Struts 2 flaw in the wild, HTTPS crypto-shame, and how to manipulate Apple's podcast charts!

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Sep 4, 2018

In the Security News this week, Zero-Day Windows exploits, How to hide sensitive files in encrypted containers, Misfortune Cookie vulnerability returns, and bank robbers faked Cosmos backend to steal 13.5$ million.

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Aug 28, 2018

The Untold story of NotPetya, New Apache Struts RCE Flaw, How door cameras are creating dilemmas for police, Google gets sued for tracking you even when your location history is off, and Artificial Whiskey is coming, and one company is betting you'll drink up.

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Aug 20, 2018

In the Security News this week, Hacking Police Bodycams, Adobe fixes critical code execution flaws in latest patch update, Researchers develop device to aid in hunt for stealthy ATM card skimmers, Australians who wont unlock their phones could face 10 years in jail, overcoming 'Security as a Silo' with Orchestration and Automation, and more!

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Aug 7, 2018

Reddit breached after hackers bypass 2FA, Yale University discloses old school data breach, and 5 steps to fight unauthorized cryptomining. All that and more, here on security weekly!

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