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DtSR Episode 197 - NewsCast for June 7th 2016: In this episode...     Are people "going offline" as a result of increasing dangers of the Internet?  This article makes the case for...

DtSR Episode 197 - NewsCast for June 7th 2016: In this episode...     Are people "going offline" as a result of increasing dangers of the Internet? This article makes the case for...

DinDown the Security Rabbithole Podcast


DtSR Episode 197 - NewsCast for June 7th 2016: In this episode...     Are people "going offline" as a result of increasing dangers of the Internet? This article makes the case for...

DinDown the Security Rabbithole Podcast

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Lungime:
48 minutes
Lansat:
Jun 7, 2016
Format:
Episodul Podcast

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In this episode...     Are people "going offline" as a result of increasing dangers of the Internet? This article makes the case for yes: http://www.techspot.com/news/64839-increasing-number-internet-dangers-driving-millions-americans-offline.html But ... "millions"? We collectively call BS As the world moves more to mobile and digital, who thinks they have 'control' of their own data anyway?   "Sandjacking" allows attackers to install evil iOS apps IF that attacker is physically holding your device AND your device is unlocked AND it takes a while because you have to backup, and restore a phone ... one app at a time SO this isn't something you do to infiltrate someone's phone while they walk away for a few minutes to the restroom Cool trick bro, but where on the spectrum of critical things does this fall? The technique is called "Su-A-Cyder" ... awful name, lose points http://www.securityweek.com/sandjacking-attack-allows-hackers-install-evil-ios-apps   Dropbox takes heat for a breach, that wasn't their breach So what happens when you get blamed for a breach that you don't have anything to do with? http://krebsonsecurity.com/2016/06/dropbox-smeared-in-week-of-megabreaches/ What would YOUR company do if you were Dropbox?   Lenovo's asking people to uninstall it's bloatware "Accelerator" app ...because it's a massive security breach waiting to happen Of all the bloatware vendors install, I'm willing to be this isn't unique [Michael] Hey, at least they're admitting defeat here, right? http://www.zdnet.com/article/lenovo-begs-users-to-uninstall-accelerator-app-in-the-name-of-security/ [Raf] Does no one sense the delicious irony of a Chinese PC maker riddled with security issues in their product?
Lansat:
Jun 7, 2016
Format:
Episodul Podcast