This week, Microsoft brings hardware-based isolation to Chrome & Firefox, the US border's license plate scanning technology hacked, Crooks leverage WordPress and Joomla sites for malicious redirects, the Chinese military wants to replace Windows OS in fear of US hacking, and how Google-protected mobile browsers were open to phishing for over a year! In the expert commentary, we welcome back Jason Wood from Paladin Security to talk about how almost 1 million are still vulnerable to the BlueKeep Vulnerability!
This week, Unistellar attackers wiped over 12,000 MongoDB databases, a Slack bug that allows remote file hijacking, Baltimore ransomware nightmare could last weeks more, over 25,000 smart Linksys routers are leaking sensitive data, and Huawei's microchip vulnerability explained! In the expert commentary, we welcome Charles Thompson, Senior Director of Product Management at VIAVI to talk about Security Forensics!
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This week, hacking the unhackable eyeDisk USB stick, how to brick all Samsung mobile phones, how Twitter shared user location data through advertising, a 0-Day flaw used to install spyware on phones, and a Linux kernel flaw allows remote code execution! In the expert commentary, we welcome Marcin Szary, CTO at Secfense, to talk about Web Authentication!
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This week, software flaw exposed most dell computers to remote hacking, Israel neutralizes cyber attack by blowing up a building with hackers, an expert that found hundreds of vulnerable Jenkins plugins, a bug in Mirai code allows crashing C2 servers, and how researchers discovered a highly stealthy Microsoft Exchange Backdoor! In the expert commentary, the return of Jason Wood from Paladin Security, joins us to talk about how Japan is developing a computer virus to fight cyber attacks!