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, 17:19, 10 December 2019
#[https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-panasonic-is-using-internet-honeypots-to-improve-iot-device-security/ How Panasonic is using internet honeypots to improve IoT device security] - This is really cool: '' in order to ensure development teams have as much information about potential security vulnerabilities in products as possible, both unreleased and on-the-market products are placed in the honeypots, which are monitored to gain insight into how devices are attacked by real-world hackers. "We deploy our real appliances as a honeypot and we collect attacks and malware targeting our devices. We can deploy products under development as well," Osawa explained. The Panasonic IoT threat-intelligence platform has been active for two years and in that time the company has collected information on about 30 million cyberattacks and 4,000 kinds of IoT malware – all attacks that are targeting real devices put through the security tests.''
#[https://www.geekwire.com/2019/new-windows-10-ransomware-threat-examining-claims-potentially-unstoppable-vulnerability/ A new Windows 10 ransomware threat? Examining claims of a potentially unstoppable vulnerability]
#[https://threatpost.com/birth-certificate-data-multiple-states/150948/ Birth Certificate Data Laid Bare on the Web in Multiple States]
#[https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-50686543 'Hackable' karaoke and walkie talkie toys found by Which?]