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| |Shutdown Hits Government Websites As Certificates Begin To Expire The US government shutdown is affecting more than just physical sites like national parks and monuments.
| |10 Years For Boston Children’s Hospital DDoSer Martin Gottesfeld said he wishes he “had done more” than knock out BCH’s network for at least two weeks.
| |USB-C Authentication Sounds Great, So Why Are People Worried? USB-C Authentication could banish USB threats forever, but it might also mean youre tied to buying ‘approved’ accessories.
| |Facebook Exec Gets SWATted The imposter claimed to be the Facebook exec and said hed shot his wife, tied up his kids and planted pipe bombs “all over the place.”
| |Monday Review – The Hot 22 Stories Of The Week From vulnerable 2FA codes to phishing to critical flaws for Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and everything in between. Its weekly roundup time.
| |Ep. 014 – Rickrolls, Acrobat And Zombie Hands [PODCAST] Heres the latest Naked Security podcast - enjoy!
| |Old Tweets Reveal Hidden Secrets Old Twitter posts could reveal more about you than you think, according to researchers, even if you didn’t explicitly mention it.
| |2FA Codes Can Be Phished By New Pentest Tool A researcher has published a tool called Modlishka, capable of phishing 2FA codes sent by SMS or authentication apps.
| |Trading Site DX.Exchange Spills Gobs Of User Data A trader believes he could easily have obtained admin access to the site and potentially have stolen the funds of its 600,000 users.
| |El Chapo Was Brought Down By A Sysadmin Christian Rodriguez says he set up secure VoIP communications for the cartel: a system whose encryption keys he wound up giving to the FBI.
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