This week, Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps from hundreds of developers, a Privilege Escalation flaw found in Forcepoint VPN Client for Windows, WannaCry and why it never went away, 0patch Promises Support for Windows 7 Beyond January 2020, and how the FBI arrests more than 200 hackers in different countries! In the expert commentary, we welcome Grant Sewell, Director of IT Security at Safelite Autoglass, to talk about Risk-based security and identity controls, and the Use of Preempt Security's Platform!
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This week, experts disclosed passcode bypass bug in iOS 13 a week before release, drone attacks hit two Saudi Arabia Aramco oil plants, Google fixes 2FA flaw in built-in security key, LastPass fixes bug that leaks credentials, AMD Radeon Driver flaw leads to VM escape, and how the Air Force will let hackers try to hijack an orbiting satellite! In the expert commentary, we welcome George Avetisov, CEO and Co-Founder at HYPR Corp., to talk about True Passwordless Security!
To learn more about Hypr, visit: https://securityweekly.com/hypr
This week, 60,000 GPS trackers for people and pets are using the same password, YouTube fined $170m for covertly tracking kids online, a free working exploit for BlueKeep, WordPress 5.2.3 fixes new clutch of security vulnerabilities, critical Exim flaw opens millions of servers to Takeover, cyberattack Disrupted Firewalls at U.S. Power Utility, a Million-plus IoT Radios Open to Hijack via Telnet Backdoor, Vulnerabilities in D-Link, Comba Routers Can Leak Credentials, and vulnerabilities exposed 2 million Verizon customer contracts. In the expert commentary, Matt Alderman talks about the slew of ransomware attacks, and pay-offs, targeted at cities and municipalities earlier this year, is the tide starting to turn?
Armed with iOS 0days, hackers indiscriminately infected iPhones for two years, Google throws bug bounty bucks at mega-popular third-party apps, How MuleSoft patched a critical security flaw and avoided a disaster, Jack Dorsey's Twitter account got hacked, Attackers are exploiting vulnerable WP plugins to backdoor sites, and much more! We then talk with Larry Alston, who is the GM of Cloud at Tufin. He will be talking about developing and enforcing security policies in the cloud.
To learn more about Tufin, visit: https://securityweekly.com/tufin
This week, a Hacker Finds Instagram Account Takeover Flaw Worth $10,000, a U.S. Judge orders Capital One hacker Paige Thompson to remain in prison, a Vast majority of newly registered domains are malicious, and why half of all social media logins are fraud! In the expert commentary, Jason Wood joins us to discuss Building Your First Incident Response Policy: A Practical Guide for Beginners!
This week, 61 impacted versions of Apache Struts let off security advisories, a hacker publicly releases Jailbreak for iOS version 12.4, Chrome users ignoring warnings to change breached passwords, an unpatchable security flaw found in popular SoC boards, and a reward up to $30,000 for find vulns in Microsoft Edge dev and beta channels! In the expert commentary, we welcome Jason Wood, to discuss Ransomware and City Governments!
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This week, a rare steganography hack can compromise fully patched websites, the Louisiana governor declares state of emergency after a local ransomware outbreak, Apples shock Siri surveillance demands a swift response, Google found a way to remotely attack Apple iOS devices by sending a boobytrapped iMessage, and 100 million users data stolen in the Capital One breach! In the expert commentary, we welcome Jason Wood, to discuss how the US issues a hacking security alert for small planes!
This week, a bug in NVIDIAs Tegra Chipset opens doors to Malicious Code Execution, hackers publish a list of phished Discord creds, Equifax to pay up to $700 Million in 2017 data breach settlement, several vulnerabilities found in Comodo Antivirus, and VLC player has a critical RCE flaw with no patch available! In the expert commentary, we welcome Jason Wood, to discuss why Corporate Mobile Security just isn't cutting it!
Zoom RCE flaw affecting RingCentral and Zhumu, a researcher releases PoC code for critical Atlassian Crowd RCE flaw, thousands of legacy Lenovo storage devices exposed millions of files, unusual Linux ransomware targets NAS servers, and how hacked hair straighteners can threaten your home! In the expert commentary, we welcome our CEO Matt Alderman, to discuss Facebook's $5 Billion dollar FTC fine!
This week, US Cyber Command warns of Iran-linked hackers exploiting Outlook, New "WannaHydra" malware a triple threat to Android, British Airways slapped with record $230M fine, Apple Patches iMessage Bug That Bricks iPhones with Out-of-Date Software. Jason Wood joins us for expert commentary on Firms That Promised High-Tech Ransomware Solutions Almost Always Just Pay the Hackers!
This week, A Crypto Flaw in Yubico Security Keys, Facebook's Lawyers say You Have No Right to Privacy, Two Cloud Services, PCM and Attunity, Have Breaches, and Two Florida Cities Pay Over $1M in Ransomware Attacks in Less Than a Week! Jason Wood joins us for expert commentary on Trump Officials Weighing a Crackdown on End-to-End Encryption!
This week, cryptomining malware that launches Linux VMs on Windows and macOS, Oracle patches another actively-exploded WebLogic 0-day, LokiBot and NanoCore malware distributed in ISO image files, and an anonymous hacker that was exposed after dropping a USB drive while throwing a Molotov cocktail! In the expert commentary, we welcome Tyler Hudak, Practice Lead of Incident Response to talk about TrickBot!
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This week, prevent the impact of a Linux worm, Yubico recalls FIPS Yubikey tokens after flaw discovered, how fraudulent domains hide in plain site, Samsung reminds rabble to scan smart TV's for viruses and makes them forget, and the scraping of millions of Venmo transactions in a privacy warning to consumers! In the expert commentary, we welcome Sagi Bar-Zvi, Strategic pre-Sales Manager from Tufin to talk about Using Automation to Improve Your Overall Security Posture!
This week, a botnet that's targeting 1.5 million RDP servers worldwide, VLC Player gets patched for two highly severe bugs, thousands of images stolen from US border hack, Troy Hunt looks to sell I Been Pwnd, and a near-ubiquitous critical Microsoft RCE bugs affect all versions of Windows! In the expert commentary, we welcome back Jason Wood from Paladin Security to talk about how the Evolution of Extortion Emails continues! All that and more, on this episode of Hack Naked News!
This week, SUPRA Smart TV flaw lets attackers hijack screens with no video, 20,000 Linksys routers leak historic record of every device ever connected, a new attack creates ghost taps on Android smartphones, and an Australian teenager that hacked into Apple twice to get a job! In the expert commentary, we welcome Winn Schwartau from the Security Awareness Company to talk about Ethical Bias in Artificial Intelligence-Based Security Systems! All that and more, on this episode of Hack Naked News!
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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!
This week, how a politicians' kids accessed his laptop through facial recognition, critical flaws in WordPress and Qualcomm chips, how 2 million IoT security cameras and baby monitors are vulnerable to takeover, and how a new Emotet variant uses connected devices as proxy C2 servers! In the expert commentary, the return of Jason Wood from Paladin Security, joins us to talk about how Microsoft is telling IT admins to nix 'obsolete' password reset practices!
This week, a weather channel that was knocked off air by a malicious attack, how bad bots make up 20 percent of web traffic, ransomware ravages municipalities nationwide, a flaw in Shopify API exposed revenue and traffic data of thousands of stores, and how attackers are weaponizing more vulnerabilities than ever before! In the expert commentary, we welcome Itai Tevet, CEO of Intezer, to talk about Linux threats, recent Mirai variants, and general code reuse in the cyber space!
This week, the Apache Tomcat Patches Important Remote Code Execution Flaw, New variants of Mirai botnet detected, targeting more IoT devices, Hackers used credentials of a Microsoft Support worker to access users' webmail, TicTocTrack Smartwatch Flaws Can Be Abused to Track Kids, Ecuador suffered 40 Million Cyber attacks after the Julian Assange arrest, Security weakness in popular VPN clients, and Open Source Tool From FireEye Automates Analysis of Flash Files! In the expert commentary, Jason Wood talks about The Impact of Cyber Warfare! All that and more, on this episode of Hack Naked News!
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In-Depth Analysis of JS Sniffers Uncovers New Families of Credit Card-Skimming Code, Nvidia Fixes 8 High-Severity Flaws Allowing DoS, Code Execution, Computer virus alters cancer scan images, A Serious Apache server bug gives root to baddies in shared host environments, Cybercrime Groups Are Still Rampant on Facebook, 90% of OT organizations are cyberattack victims, Tenable Discloses Verizon Fios Router Vulnerabilities, and Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Sensor Duped With 3D Print! Neil Butchart the SVP at Ekran, comes on the show to talk about "Is the industry broken?"
Asus pushes patch after hackers used updates to send malware, Microsoft Announces Windows Defender ATP Antivirus for Mac, Researchers find 36 new security flaws in LTE protocol, New Settings Let Hackers Easily Pentest Facebook and Instagram Mobile Apps, and how Researchers can get a free Tesla for spotting infotainment system bug! Sven Morgenroth from Netsparker joins us for expert commentary to discuss how Facebook stored hundreds of Millions of user passwords in plain text!
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Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/HNNEpisode212
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Zero-Days in Counter Strike client could be used to build a major botnet, huge aluminum plants hit by 'severe' ransomware attack, Myspace loses 50 million songs in server migration, wifi signals can reveal your password, and PuTTY in your hands: an SSH client gets patched after RSA key exchange memory vulnerability was spotted! Ralf Hund from VMRay joins us for expert commentary to discuss the Evolution of GandCrab!