Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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Checklist 134: Many Things, Revisited!

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Worried about your internet of things things? Princeton has a tool for that!, Worried about hotels and data security? You should be!, Apple’s new steps against scammy subscriptions,and Facebook: amiright...? The post Checklist 134:...
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Checklist 133: Hello, Turkmenistan!

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: More enterprise certificate abuse, Threats to put CEOs in the poker and A layer of certification for Mac apps. The post Checklist 133: Hello, Turkmenistan! appeared first on SecureMac.
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Checklist 132: Soup, Salad, and a Security Breach

Do you eat at restaurants? Do you use a phone? Do you even, dare we ask… go shopping? Then boy, do we have an episode for you this week! These might sound like mundane questions, but with this week’s...
SecureMac

iOS 12.2 Patches Majors Security Flaws; Users Should Update Immediately

It seems like only yesterday when Apple was taking Group FaceTime down to give itself time to fix a severe bug discovered by a teenager. In the latest round of updates, iOS received fixes for several bugs as bad...
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Apple Releases Security Updates for macOS

Apple recently released security updates across many of its products. The post Apple Releases Security Updates for macOS appeared first on SecureMac.
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Apple Pushes Latest Round of Updates for a Variety of Products

It’s here: the latest round of updates for Apple products has arrived, and it’s a doozy. This series of updates is jam-packed with bug fixes and security updates that iPhone, iPad, and Mac users should all download right away...
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Checklist 131 – The Good, the Bad, and the Buggly

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac we'll be discussing: The Good: Senators try to protect children’s data, The Bad: FEMA exposes the data of over 2-million disaster victims, and The Buggly: Apple fixes a boatload of security issues. The post...
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Checklist 130: A Sick Phone, Your Face, and MySpace

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac we talk about: Viruses or Malware, Can iPhone get either?, Congress considers facial recognition legislation and MySpace teaches us all about backups. The post Checklist 130: A Sick Phone, Your Face, and MySpace appeared...
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Checklist 129: The Internet of Things and Other Things

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Congress nibbles at the Internet of Things, Out of sight is not off the grid and A show worthy of a security conference. The post Checklist 129: The Internet of Things and Other Things...
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iPhone Prototypes Find Their Way to Hackers and Researchers Alike

Have you ever wondered about how hackers or security researchers can figure out where the hidden flaws in iOS lay? For years, that’s been a big question, from concerns about how companies such as Cellebrite and GrayKey found their...
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Google Shares Details about a New macOS Vulnerability

On Friday, March 1, 2019, Google’s Project Zero announced that it had discovered a “high severity” vulnerability in Apple’s macOS operating system. The Project Zero team constantly works to find vulnerabilities in software and code from other companies and...
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Checklist 128: The Matrix, the Bounty, and the Electronic Frontier

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Hear ye, the Thunderclap, Google’s Project Zero hits Apple & The EFF wants encryption in the cloud. The post Checklist 128: The Matrix, the Bounty, and the Electronic Frontier appeared first on SecureMac.
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Checklist 127: Once More, with Facebook!

On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Popular Apps Send Your Info to Facebook, The State of Play for Consumer Privacy, Pulling the Plug on Onavo Protect, Which Nests are Miked-Up, The Senate Wants to See Google’s CEO The post Checklist 127:...
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Checklist 126: Little Nests Have Big Ears

On this week’s show we talk about: Little Nests have big ears, Google crosses one of its own privacy lines, and when sharing can be a bad thing… The post Checklist 126: Little Nests Have Big Ears appeared first on...
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Apple Releases a Fix for Group FaceTime Bug — Update Now

After a couple of weeks of uncertainty following the announcement of a severe privacy flaw in one of Apple’s flagship features for iOS 12, a patch nearly entirely dedicated to fixing the problem is available for download. Relevant updates...

Stuxnet Family Tree Grows

What a newly discovered missing link to Stuxnet and the now-revived Flame cyber espionage malware add to the narrative of the epic cyber-physical attack.
ZDNet

Another dark web marketplace bites the dust –Wall Street Market

Two major dark web marketplaces for buying illegal products shut down in the span of a month.

Google File Cabinet Plays Host to Malware Payloads

Researchers detect a new drive-by download attack in which Google Sites' file cabinet template is a delivery vehicle for malware.

Demonstration Showcase Brings DevOps to Interop19

Attendees will learn how orchestration and automation can be a part of network operations and security, even at smaller companies.
isBuzz

What Home Buying Can Teach Us About Continuous Monitoring

Companies have been brainwashed to solely rely on hiring major auditing companies to help monitor and audit their vendors’ security. Assessments from these traditional auditors are typically an annual point-in-time affair. With technology advancing much more frequently, this outdated...