Kaspersky blames “misconfiguration” after customers receive “dear and lovely” email.
Somehow I've managed to appear on 286 episodes of the "Smashing Security" podcast.
Here's the latest, with special guest @varmazis
Smashing Security podcast episode 286: "Hackers doxxed, Pornhub probs, and Co-op security measures"
Find it at https://grahamcluley.com/smashing-security-podcast-286/ or in all good podcast apps. :)
Testing times for AV-Test as Twitter account hijacked by NFT spammers.
Clunk flush! Bexplus cryptocurrency exchange closes suddenly, giving its users only 24 hours to withdraw funds.
Who on earth would be trying to promote EC-Council University via comment spam on my website?
In the latest "Smashing Security" podcast, I remember how Carole Theriault tricked me into going on the "Space Mountain" rollercoaster ride at EuroDisney.
Listen to the full show at https://www.smashingsecurity.com/283
Don’t say they didn’t warn you. Windows 8.1 displays full-screen warning as it nears its last day of support.
Microsoft rolls back plan to block macros by default.
The latest "Smashing Security" podcast is out now. Join us and special guest artiste Dave Bittner as we discuss how a ransomware victim may have profited from infection, China's mega-leak, and hackers for hire...
Thanks to @bitwarden for its fab support of the show!
Was delighed to be joined by Dave Bittner, host of The CyberWire, on the latest episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast. Hear us discussing raising money through ransomware, China’s mega-leak, and hackers for hire!
The LockBit ransomware offers a bug bounty, women uninstall period-tracking apps, and Microsoft’s facial recognition tech no longer wants to know how you’re feeling.
All discussed in the new episode of the Smashing Security podcast!
With special guests Thom Langford of The Host Unknown podcast, and a featured interview with Kyle Spearrin of @bitwarden
Hear from our founder and CTO @KyleSpearrin
on the Smashing Security podcast: https://www.smashingsecurity.com/281 🎙️
Interview starts ~45:10
NFT marketplace OpenSea warns of data breach. “If you have shared your email with OpenSea in the past, you should assume you were impacted.”
Deepfaking crooks seek remote-working jobs to gain access to sensitive data.
Yes, there's a brand new episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast out - and we find jacuzzis are in hot water, and have a bedtime story read to us by Google's not-at-all-creepy-oh-no AI...
Listen to the full show in your podcast app or at https://www.smashingsecurity.com/280
File this in the “yes that’s very clever of you, but please don’t” pile. Amazon thinks it’s really cool that Alexa can mimic your dead grandma’s voice.
Voicemail-themed phishing attacks target organisations.
Be sure to check out the latest episode of the award-winning "Smashing Security" podcast, with Carole Theriault and me.
It's not all filth.
Many thanks to our marvellous sponsors Kolide, Bitwarden, and Drata for their fab support.
NinjaForms WordPress plugin, actively exploited in wild, receives forced security update
Tune in to the "Smashing Security" podcast as we discuss the Tim Hortons app, Mandiant's tussle with a Russian ransomware gang, and if good faith security researchers should be at risk of prosecution.
Special guest: Geoff White of "The Lazarus Heist" fame!
Listen at https://www.smashingsecurity.com/278 and in all good podcast apps
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