Note that in 2023 the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will go into effect on January 1 2023 as Proposition 24 was voted in. Its going to be awhile before it comes into play but be aware of that it will have impact globally. Dark Reading put some details together on it. – LINK
LINK For those that believe that data like this would not be accessible to law enforcement, think again. In this case 78% of Singapore residents have it on their phones. So think about this, the police know where 78% of the populace are AT ALL TIMES.
I posted a little something on this earlier – HERE
Another hardcoded account was found in a prodcut. This time in Zyxel. CVE-2020-29583 The undocumented account (“zyfwp”) comes with an unchangeable password (“PrOw!aN_fXp“) How and why does this keep happening? I find it perplexing…(unless its intentional)
Well, Ticketmaster was fined a whopping $10 million (sarcasm is being laid on thick here) for illegally accessing a competitor’s systems (CrowdSurge). Ticketmaster hired a former employee and then started using credentials that he brought with him and started using those credentials in business practices and even used the passwords at a division wide summit. […]
So it seems that attackers have been exploiting IoT smart devices so they can then SWAT the location and watch the authorities attack the house. LINK Call me a bit paranoid. This is why I will never have any of these devices in my house…ever.
Apple just got slapped down with a lawsuit against a startup called Corellium. LINK Apples was suing Corellium claiming is virtualization of iOS constituted copyright infringement. If Apple would have won this, it would have been a HUGE legal risk for all security researchers in the future.
I am at a loss of words on the irony here. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation founded an initiative called GetSchooled. Well it seems they were schooled in the ways of proper securing of customers data. LINK 930k individuals had the following information stolen: full addresses, schools, full student PII including student phone numbers […]
So Adobe Flash is officially dead now (or will be in a few days…I just know its not getting any more updates). The question is, how to ENSURE its gone. We both know, people will keep using it if its still there. Besides using automated tools to rip it off desktops, how can we be […]
LINK Now…you tell me. A Cruise line that has been in one of the most terrible years because of COVID, cancels a trip with paying customers because of IT? Who here says they got hit with something like Ransomware on the boats? Just my speculation of course.