Saturday, July 11, 2020

Weekly Update 199

I’m Now in 4K; Amazing Suport on Stress; IoT Progress; I Got a Legal Notice; A Decade of Microsoft MVP; Duo Security Sponsoring

Weekly Update 198

Updates on Upgraded Home Office; Stress. Extreme Stress; Barclays Bank and Using as a CDN; Sponsored by

Weekly Update 197

Replacing Broken Equipment; Down the IoT Rabbit Hole; Chrome’s Omnibar Changes; More Breaches; Apple’s Breached Password Check; Sponsored by

Weekly Update 196

Everything is Breaking; New RØDE Mic; Foodora Breach Disclosure; Whining About HTTPS; Pwned Passwords Version 6; Sponsored by

Weekly Update 195

Massive Data Breach Landed on my Doorstep; “Hack Yourself First” Workshops; I’ve Gone Down the IoT Rabbit Hole; Microsoft RD Renewal; Duo Security Sponsoring

Weekly Update 194

Cybersecurity Blogger Awards; HIBP Wiped a Ticketing System with a SQLi Email; The MPD “Hack” (that wasn’t); The “Lead Hunter” Breach; Sponsored by NordVPN

Weekly Update 193

The Privacy Impact of Returning to Restaurants Post COVID-19; HIBP “Fan Mail”; 6 New Data Breaches in HIBP; Sponsored by NordVPN

Weekly Update 192

I Got a Hair Cut; COVID-19 Stats in Australia; The “db8151dd” (Covve) Data Breach; How I Feel About Online Conferences; Sponsored by NordVPN

Weekly Update 191

COVID-19 Stats in Australia; Dev Around the Sun and Microsoft Build; Ubiquiti G4 Pro Cameras; The Surface Facade of Success; Sponsored by NordVPN

Weekly Update 190

COVID-19 Stats in Australia; Bluetooth Usage Poll; 4 New Data Breaches; Helping People Who’ve Been “Hacked”; HIBP Stats; Sponsored by Duo Security

Weekly Update 189

Garage Door IoT; Making Ubiquiti Cams Work Without Wired Backhaul; The COVIDSafe Panel Discussion; “Angry Mob Mode”; Sponsored by Varonis

Weekly Update 188

Life Returning to Normal (Kinda); NDC Workshop & Pluralsight #TechSkillsDay; IoT & Nanoleafs; Nintendo Credential Stufing; More Breaches; Sponsored by Varonis

Weekly Update 187

Spiders Everywhere; Zoom Credential Stuffing; Coronavirus Tracking App Tweet Storm; Ubiquiti Network Progress; Iceland Gov on HIBP; Sponsored by Varonis

Weekly Update 186

Building V3 of My Ubiquiti Network; Nerf Gun Wall; Pwned Passwords Growth; Handling Spammy Articles; 5G Hysteria and Disinformation; Sponsored by Duo Security

Weekly Update 185

Pluralsight for Free; “Hack Yourself First” Online Events; Houseparty Rumours; Zoom Privacy, Security & FUD; TicTocTrack Regression Bug; Sponsored by Chronicle from Google

Weekly Update 184

Running “Hack Yourself First” Online; Our First Online “Cyber-Broken”; Coding for Kids With Ari; The USA Government Using Have I Been Pwned; Sponsored by Chronicle

Weekly Update 183

What Self-Isolation Looks Like Here; We’re Bringing “Hack Yourself First” Online; And Cyber-Broken; Disclosure Still Sucks; Chronicle Sponsoring

Weekly Update 182

Heaps of Upcoming Remote Workshops; Pwned Passwords Padding; Ubiquiti's UniFi Dream Machine; 1Password Sponsoring

Weekly Update 181

Have I Been Pwned and Project Svalbard . That Is All. Sponsored by Duo

Weekly Update 180

The Slickwraps Breach; The Straffic Breach; The OnlyFans Breach; The Breach I Can’t Attribute; How HIBP Handled the Money Show Traffic; Sponsored by 1Password

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