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Hidden Camera Uber Driver Fired After Live Streaming Passenger Journeys
25th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from Naked Security
He streamed videos of hundreds of passengers on Twitch, where viewers critiqued bodies and behavior and grabbed at least one upskirt clip.
Crimson Hexagon Banned By Facebook Over User Data Concern
25th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from Naked Security
Facebook is probing whether the firms government contracts comply with its policies, which nix use of user data for government surveillance.
Scammers Pwn Verified Fox Twitter Account To Scam Cryptocurrency
25th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from Naked Security
Scammers have been exploiting Twitter for months now to steal digital currencies from naïve users, but this month one attacker pulled off a rare coup by compromising a verified Twitter account.
Russian Hackers Are Ready To Disrupt US Energy Utilities, Says DHS
25th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from Naked Security
Jonathan Homer says Russian hackers have snared “hundreds of victims” in the utilities and equipment sectors and "got to the point where they could have thrown switches” in a way that could have caused power blackouts.
The Bluetooth “device Snooping Bug” – What You Need To Know
24th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Naked Security
A "Bluetooth snooping" bug, dubbed CVE-2018-5383, was just announced - are you patched, and how can you tell?
Names And Photos Of Venmo ‘drug Buyers’ Published On Twitter
24th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Naked Security
The bot scraped Venmos public API for sex, drugs and alcohol-related words, then tweeted profile photos and first names of the "buyers."
Google Hasn’t Suffered An Employee Phishing Compromise In Over A Year
24th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Naked Security
Phishing attackers have failed to compromise a single employee account at Google since the company mandated authentication using U2F hardware tokens in early 2017. That’s the remarkable claim made to security writer Brian Krebs.
Why Your Website Is Officially ‘not Secure’ From Today
24th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Naked Security
Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as "not secure" starting on Tuesday - an important milestone on the road to HTTPS Everywhere.
Mobile Security – How To Have Your Cake And Eat It [PODCAST]
23rd Jul 2018 [27 days ago] from Naked Security
Catch up with Day 5 of our Security SOS Week - heres the fifth and final episode of our week-long online security summit.
DOJ To Publicly Disclose Election Tampering Schemes
23rd Jul 2018 [27 days ago] from Naked Security
Under a new policy, US organizations and individuals will be told if theyre the target of foreign operations trying to influence elections.
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