"Like Snapchat, any images uploaded were supposed to be automatically deleted after a short period of time..."
What could possibly go wrong?
Find out in the latest episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast. Find it in your favourite podcast app or at https://www.smashingsecurity.com/listen
Is Joe Biden’s Peloton a cybersecurity risk? Don’t sweat about it.
Post-ransomware attack, Hackney Council wants to change its cybersecurity culture.
And it’s willing to pay up to £250,000 if you can help them do it.
Swanky Wentworth golf club hacked, details of 4000 members stolen in ransomware attack.
Cryptocurrency scammers hijack verified accounts once again, jumping on Elon Musk’s Twitter threads.
Hello! Have you been missing the "Smashing Security" podcast over the holiday period? Well, we're back - with a great episode featuring special guest Dave Bittner. Check it out in your favourite podcast app now!
Microsoft patches anti-virus bug that allowed boobytrapped files to run malicious code when scanned.
Russia-linked postcard was “sent to FireEye’s CEO after cybersecurity firm uncovered hack”.
Donald Trump’s presidency ended today, claims altered US State Department website.
Data stolen from Hackney Council posted on dark web by PYSA ("Protect Your System Amigo") ransomware gang.
Ill-conceived Donald Trump sex video malware attack attempts to install RAT on Windows PCs.
I hope some of you will join me next Tuesday for a free webinar I'm doing with the folks at Cloudian Inc all about what's going in the world of ransomware and how to protect your organisation.
T-Mobile suffers its fourth hack in less than three years - still “takes the security of your information very seriously”
Ticketmaster fined $10 million after hack of business rival, assisted by stolen passwords. “Screen-grab the hell out of the system”
Thank god that’s finally over.
Adobe Flash I mean.
Happy new year everyone.
UK cryptocurrency exchange EXMO suffers breach, funds stolen.
We have some incredibly talented people in the cybersecurity industry, including... Chris Cochran from the Hacker Valley Studio podcast who was kind enough to join us at the Smashing Security Christmas party live stream last night.
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