Recorded February 7, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
Security Weekly News -- Week of 4 -- February -- 2020
Threat of the Week: Security Through Obscurity
<a href = "https://www.instapaper.com/read/1275238041"> Breach of the Week: Ashley Madison Sextortion</a>
Read up on: Hacking Back and BADASS (see Paul's Security Weekly Number 638 for this segment)
- Badass Army, helping with online shaming and revenge porn. Check it out.
- Sudo bug let's non privileged Linux and macOS users run commands as root.
- I sabotaged My Boss with Ransomware from the Dark Web.
- Companies and employees embrace BYOD...
- Researchers develop a 3d Brain on a chip device at Lawrence Livermore National Lab.
- A bluetooth security flaw could let hackers track devices.
- For zero trust to work, machines and humans require identification.
- 61% of Businesses surveyed had moved away from a commercial app due to appsec concerns.
- and of course the Iowa app debacle.
- Iowa app.
- Kryptos cipher number 4 still unbroken after 3 decades in front of the CIA HQ.
- But the NSA broke the first three a lot faster than anyone else, secret NSA documents show.
- Tesla Mobileye autopilots can be duped by projected images.
- Maybe Deep Learning can learn to drive a vehicle.
- Hue Bulbs can lead to network hacks.
- How to hack airgapped machines.
- Video of airgapped attack.
- Performance artist used 99 phones to fake a google maps traffic jam.
- Google Maps hack video by Simon Weckert