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, the ongoing application spoofing problem, a critical IP address leakage vulnerability in TOR and the pending major v3 upgrade to TOR, a Signal app for ALL our desktops, an embarrassing and revealing glitch in Google Docs, bad behavior by an audio driver installer, a pending RFC for Io T updating, two reactions to Win10 Controlled Folder Access, a bit of miscellany, some closing the loop with our listeners, and, three weeks after the initial ROCA disclosure I'm reminded of two lines from the movie "Serenity" -- Assassin:"It's worse than you know." Mal:"It usually is."This week we examine the source of Wanna Cry, a new privacy feature for Firefox, Google's planned removal of HPKP, the idea of visual objects as a second factor, an i OS camera privacy concern, the CAPTCHA wars, a horrifying glimpse into a non-Net Neutrality world, the Coinhive DNS hijack, the new Bad Rabbit cryptomalware, a Win10 anti-cryptomalware security tip, spying vacuum cleaners, a new Amazon service, some loopback Q&A with our listeners, and another look at the Reaper botnet.
This week we discuss some ROCA fallout specifics, an example of PRNG misuse, the Kaspersky Lab controversy, a DNS security initiative for Android, another compromised download occurrence, a browser-based cryptocurrency miner for us to play with...
Tech TV's Leo Laporte and I spend somewhat shy of two hours each week to discuss important issues of personal computer security.
This week we discuss a new bad bug found in the majority of SMTP mailing agents, 54 high-end HP printers found to be remotely exploitable, more than 3/4ths of 433,000 websites are using vulnerable Java Script libraries, horrible free security software, some additional welcome Firefox news, a bit of errata, some fun miscellany, and a BUNCH of feedback from our listeners including reactions to last week's Quad 9 recommendation.
This week we discuss Windows having a birthday, Net Neutrality about to succumb to big business despite a valiant battle, Intel's response to the horrifying JTAG over USB discovery, another surprising AWS public bucket discovery, Android phones caught sending position data when all permissions are denied, many websites found to be watching their visitors' actions, more Infineon ID card upset, the return of Blue Borne, a new arrival to our "Well, THAT didn't take long" department, speedy news for Firefox 57, some miscellany, listener feedback, and a look at the very appealing and speedy new "Quad 9" alternative DNS service.
and then we take a close look at KRACK - the Key Reinstallation Atta CK against ALL unpatched Wi Fi systems.
This week we take a look at a well-handled breach-response at Discus, a rather horrifying mistake Apple made in the implementation of their APFS encryption (and the difficulty to the user of fully cleaning up after it), the famous "robots.txt" file gets a brilliant new companion, somewhat shocking news about Windows XP... , Firefox EOL for Windows XP support coming next summer, the sage security thought for the day, an update on "The Orville", some closing the loop comments, including a recommendation of the best Security Now series we did in the past... This week we discuss some aspects of i OS v11, the emergence of browser hijack cryptocurrency mining, new information about the Equifax hack, Google security research and Gmail improvements, breaking DKIM without breaking it, concerns over many servers in small routers and aging unpatched motherboard EFI firmware, a new privacy leakage bug in IE, a bit of miscellany, some long-awaited closing-the-loop feedback from our listeners, and a close look into a beautiful piece of work by Moxie & Co. This week, Father Robert and I follow more Equifax breach fallout, look at encryption standards blowback from the Edward Snowden revelations, examine more worrisome news of the CCleaner breach, see that ISPs may be deliberately infecting their own customers, warn that turning off i OS radios doesn't, look at the first news of the FTC's suit against D-Link's poor security, examine a forthcoming Broadcom GPS chip features, warn of the hidden dangers of high-density barcodes, discuss Adobe's disclosure of their own private key, close the loop with our listeners, and examine the results of DOM fuzzing at Google's Project Zero.
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