Bruce Schneier Edition
Excellent Write-up of the SolarWinds Security Breach
Surveillance of the Internet BackboneContinue Reading →
This attack is happening to one of my clients.
After a Twitter user hacked over 50,000 printers last week to promote PewDiePie’s YouTube channel as part of a guerilla marketing campaign, a new service has spawned over the weekend advertising the same type of functionality, but for ...Continue Reading →
Microsoft announces Windows 11, with a new design, Start menu, and more. A new version of Windows is officially on the way.
Storage-device maker advises customers to unplug My Book Lives ...Continue Reading →
Some good news for a change.
Tribes in Oklahoma, North and South Dakota, and California will use hardware originally designed for private 5G networks.
Original release date: April ...Continue Reading →
Many of today’s posts are from Bruce Schneier.
Just one tiny line of script in your Xcode project – and you’ve been pwned!
The hacked version of Xcode would add malware into iOS apps when they were compiled on an infected system, without infecting the source code of the ...Continue Reading →
Much of this content is from Bruce Schneier
We all know that our cell phones constantly give our location away to our mobile network operators; that’s how they work. A group of researchers has figured out a way to fix that. “Pretty Good Phone Privacy” (PGPP) protects both user identity ...Continue Reading →
Apple says. “Additional details available soon”, which you can translate as “this one took us by surprise”. So patch now!
Bruce Schneier sends out a summary of his monthly post in an email called Crypto-Gram. Most of these articles are from his blog.
When the story is big enough to make the mainstream news, I really don.t need to include it here, but here are some links to other articles about SolarWinds.Continue Reading →
Original release date: November 24, 2020
With more commerce occurring online this year, and with the holiday season upon us, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) reminds shoppers to remain vigilant. Be especially cautious of fraudulent sites spoofing reputable businesses, unsolicited emails purporting to be from charities, and unencrypted financial transactions.
CISA encourages ...Continue Reading →