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The story behind Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday security update disaster. CyberX discovered a new large-scale cyber-reconnaissance operation targeting Ukraine targets: using vulnerabilities in Dropbox data traffic, DDL malware injection. Find out how easy it is to hack and steal an internet connected car. Chrome 56 update that hides connection certificate info….

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Patch Tuesday DELAYED (and we may know why!), our favorite ad-blocker embraces the last major browser, a university gets attacked by its own vending machines, PHP leaps into the future, a slick high-end Linux hack, the rise of fileless malware, some good advice for tax time, it’s not only Android’s…

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Speak of the devil… printers around the world get hacked! Vizio’s TVs really were watching their watchers, Windows has a new 0-day problem, Android’s easy-to-hack pattern lock, an arsonist’s pacemaker rats him out, a survey finds that many iOS apps are not checking TLS certificates, the courts create continuing confusion…

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The best "I’m not a Robot" video ever, Cisco’s WebEx problem is far more pervasive than first believed, more bad news (and maybe some good news) for Netgear, Gmail adds .js to the no-no list, a hotel finally decides to abandon electronic room keying, more arguments against the use of…

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Symantec issues additional invalid certificates while on probation, Tavis Ormandy finds a very troubling problem in Cisco’s Web conferencing extension for Chrome, yesterday’s important update to iOS, renewed concerns about LastPass metadata leakage, the SEC looks askance at what’s left of Yahoo, a troubling browser form auto-fill information leakage, Tor…

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A classic bug at GoDaddy bypassed domain validation for 8850 issued certificates, could flashing a peace sign compromise your biometric data?, it’s not only new IoT devices that may tattle, many autos have been able to for the past 15 years, McDonald’s gets caught in a web security bypass, more…

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The US Federal Trade Commission steps into the IoT and home networking malpractice world, a radio station learns a lesson in what words NOT to repeat, Google plans to even eliminate the checkbox, a crucial caveat to the "passwords are long enough" argument, more cause to be wary of third-party…

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Law enforcement and the Internet of Tattling things, a very worrisome new and widespread PHP eMail vulnerability, Paul and Mary Jo score a big concession from Microsoft, a six-year-old "hacker" makes the news, Apple discovers how difficult it is to make developers change, hyperventilation over Russian malware found on a…

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Steve Gibson tells how he built a device at 16 years old to solve a problem with a neighborhood dog. Original podcast date: May 13, 2010, Episode 248. Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/security-now. You can submit a question to Security Now!…

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This week, Leo and Steve discuss Russia’s hacking involvement in the US Election; that, incredibly, it gets even worse for Yahoo!, misguided anti-porn legislation in South Carolina, troubling legislation from Australia, legal confusion from the Florida appellate court, some good news from the U.S. Supreme Court, Linux security stumbling, why…

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