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61 Impacted Versions Of Apache Struts Left Off Security Advisories
19th Aug 2019 [5 days ago] from Naked Security
Researchers found that 24 security advisories inaccurately listed affected versions for the open-source development framework.
IPhone Holes And Android Malware – How To Keep Your Phone Safe
16th Aug 2019 [8 days ago] from Naked Security
Watch the latest Naked Security Live video for our non-technical tips to improve your online safety, whichever type of phone you prefer.
Google Removes Option To Disable Nest Cams’ Status Light
16th Aug 2019 [8 days ago] from Naked Security
Its more of a “post-purchase middle finger” to customers than a privacy plus, say some outraged users who use the cams to catch crooks.
Police Site DDoSer/bomb Hoaxer Caught After Jeering On Social Media
16th Aug 2019 [8 days ago] from Naked Security
He called in bomb hoaxes days after the Manchester Arena murders, DDoSed police sites when they investigated him, then taunted via Twitter.
Microsoft Won’t Shift On AI Recordings Policy
16th Aug 2019 [8 days ago] from Naked Security
Microsoft may have been caught red-handed letting contractors listen to sensitive conversations with its AI, but that doesnt mean its going to stop.
Firefox Fixes “master Password” Security Bypass Bug
15th Aug 2019 [8 days ago] from Naked Security
The bugs in Firefox, but our advice is worth reading whether you use Firefox or not.
S2 Ep4: IPhone Holes, Android Malware And Romance Scams – Naked Security Podcast
15th Aug 2019 [9 days ago] from Naked Security
Episode 4 of the Naked Security Podcast is now live! This week host Anna Brading is joined by Paul Ducklin and Matt Boddy. They discuss how iPhone vulnerabilities have changed Apples attitude towards cybersecurity researchers [350], the...
Serious Flaws In Six Printer Brands Discovered, Fixed
15th Aug 2019 [9 days ago] from Naked Security
There are many ways to compromise company data, but IT teams often overlook one of the most serious: the humble printer.
‘NULL’ License Plate Gets Security Researcher $12K In Tickets
15th Aug 2019 [9 days ago] from Naked Security
The vanity plate sounded good in theory: maybe it would make his plate invisible to ALPR systems?!
Hacking Forum Spills Rival’s 321,000 Member Database
15th Aug 2019 [9 days ago] from Naked Security
When users of hacking forums turn on each other, expect things to get messy quickly.
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