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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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This week, Leo and Steve discuss ticket-buying bots getting their hand slapped (do they have hands?), a truly nasty new addition to encrypting ransomware operation, a really dumb old problem returns to many recent Netgear routers, Yahoo!’s being too pleased with their bug bounty program, Steganometric advertising malware that went…

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Leo and Steve discuss Android meeting Gooligan, Windows Upgrades bypass Bitlocker, nearly one million UK routers taken down by a Mirai variant, the popular AirDroid app is "Doing it wrong", researchers invent a clever credit card disclosure hack, Cloudflare reports a new emerging botnet threat, deliberate backdoors discovered in 80…

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A wonderful quote about random numbers, our standard interesting mix of security do’s and dont’s, new exploits (WordPress dodged a big bullet!), planned changes, tips & tricks, things to patch, a new puzzle/game discovery, some other fun miscellany… and, finally! Ten comments, thoughts and questions from our terrific listeners! We…

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Samy Kamkar is back with a weaponized $5 RaspberryPI. "El Cheapo" Android phones bring new meaning to "Phoning it in". Watching a webcam getting taken over. Bruce Schneier speaks to Congress about the Internet. A(nother) iPhone Lockscreen Bypass and another iPhone lockup link. Ransomware author asks a security researcher for…

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Results from our listener’s informal CAIDA spoofing testing. LessPass turned out to be even less than it appeared. Steve’s day at Yubico. News from PwnFest & Mobile Pwn2Own. The probable elimination of Dark Matter. A new Wi-Fi field disturbance attack. A wacky Kickstarter "fingerprint" glove. The "BlackNurse" reduced-bandwidth DoS attack….

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