Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram March 15, 2021

In this issue: National Security Risks of Late-Stage Capitalism More on the Chinese Zero-Day Microsoft Exchange Hack from the March 15, 2021 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram February 15, 2021

In this issue: Cell Phone Location Privacy Presidential Cybersecurity and Pelotons from the February 15, 2021 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram January 15, 2021

In this issue: Mexican Drug Cartels with High-Tech Spyware US Schools Are Buying Cell Phone Unlocking Systems Eavesdropping on Phone Taps from Voice Assistants Russia’s SolarWinds Attack and Software Security from the January 15, 2021 Crypto-Gram Newsletter...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram December 15, 2020

In this issue: Indistinguishability Obfuscation More on the Security of the 2020 US Election Undermining Democracy Should There Be Limits on Persuasive Technologies? from the December 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram November 15, 2020

In this issue: The Security Failures of Online Exam Proctoring “Privacy Nutrition Labels” in Apple’s App Store Inrupt’s Solid Announcement from the November 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram October 15, 2020

In this issue: Documented Death from a Ransomware Attack COVID-19 and Acedia Google Responds to Warrants for “About” Searches from the October 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram September 15, 2020

In this issue: Copying a Key by Listening to It in Action Identifying People by Their Browsing Histories Cory Doctorow on The Age of Surveillance Capitalism US Postal Service Files Blockchain Voting Patent from the September 15, 2020...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram August 15, 2020

In this issue: On the Twitter Hack Survey of Supply Chain Attacks from the August 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram July 15, 2020

In this issue: Eavesdropping on Sound Using Variations in Light Bulbs Zoom Will Be End-to-End Encrypted for All Users COVID-19 Risks of Flying iPhone Apps Stealing Clipboard Data Securing the International IoT Supply Chain The Security Value of Inefficiency...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram June 15, 2020

In this issue: Bart Gellman on Snowden Zoom's Commitment to User Security Depends on Whether you Pay It or Not from the June 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram May 15, 2020

In this issue: Automatic Instacart Bots Securing Internet Videoconferencing Apps: Zoom and Others Me on COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps from the May 15, 2020 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
The Hacker News

Alert: Hackers Exploit Adobe Reader 0-Day Vulnerability in the Wild

Adobe has released Patch Tuesday updates for the month of May with fixes for multiple vulnerabilities spanning 12 different products, including a zero-day flaw affecting Adobe Reader that's actively exploited in the wild. The list of updated applications includes Adobe Experience Manager,...
The Register

Beijing twirls ban-hammer at 84 more apps it says need to stop slurping excess data

Online lending apps and more given fifteen days to ‘rectify’ behaviour China’s Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission has named 84 apps it says breach local privacy laws and given their developers 15 days to “rectify” their code.…
SecurityWeek

SAP Patches High-Severity Flaws in Business One, NetWeaver Products

SAP has released a total of six new security notes on its May 2021 Security Patch Day, along with updates for five other security notes, including three rated Hot News. read more
The Register

South Korea orders urgent review of energy infrastructure cybersecurity

No prizes for guessing why, as Colonial Pipeline outage stretches patience and looks like lasting a week South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Energy and Infrastructure has ordered a review of the cybersecurity preparedness of the nation’s energy infrastructure.…
SecurityWeek

Ransomware Gang Threatens Release of DC Police Records

A Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington, D.C., police department says negotiations over payment have broken down, with it rejecting a $100,000 payment, and it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if...