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Forget VPNfilter – Here’s BACKLASH, A Networking Hack From Way, Way Back
30th May 2018 [18 days ago] from Naked Security
With a name like BACKLASH, you might think this hack comes from the era of mechanical devices, with gears and pulleys. Youd be right!
California Tests Digital License Plates. Is Tracking Cars Next?
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from Naked Security
Beyond potential police surveillance, the plates could be as susceptible to hacking as other wireless and IoT technologies.
Despacito YouTube Video Hack – Teenagers Charged
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from Naked Security
Web defacement is supposed to be an old-fashioned type of hack, but it probably didn’t look that way to YouTube viewers on 10 April.
Facebook To Be Blocked In Papua New Guinea For One Month
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from Naked Security
The plan: figure out how it affects people; ID users behind fake accounts, fake news porn posts; and maybe cook up its own social network.
Tor Exit Node Admin Acquitted Of Aiding Terrorism
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from Naked Security
As the administrator of a Tor exit node, it could have been anyone who used his IP address.
Facebook Battles Tiny Startup Over Privacy Accusations
30th May 2018 [19 days ago] from Naked Security
Is there no end to Facebook’s petty humiliations? It is now the turn of an obscure startup called Six4Three to cause the company trouble.
Are Your Android Apps Sending Unencrypted Data?
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from Naked Security
This simple setup will help you discover if youve got leaky apps.
Wayback Machine ‘unarchives’ Spying Website
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from Naked Security
Who is archiving the web, and what happens when people ask for information to be ‘un-archived’? We may have just found out.
Your Firefox Account Can Now Be Secured With 2FA
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from Naked Security
Mozilla is rolling out support for two-factor (or two-step) authentication for anyone who has a Firefox account.
Tuesday Review – The Hot 22 Stories Of The Week
29th May 2018 [20 days ago] from Naked Security
From the ticking time bomb lurking on your router and Chrome dropping secure label to the forgotten site that attracted hacks and fines, and more!
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