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Weekly Cyber Security News 3/4/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. In these strange times certain platforms have gained increased popularity, Zoom being one appears to have attracted a lot of attention and not just from it’s users. Both sides of infosec have taken a bite. The news appears to be changing rapidly as Zoom react and deal with it. What is really true about the claims?

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Weekly Cyber Security News 27/03/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. With all the wild stuff going on right now, and I don’t know if it’s cabin fever causing regression, but I seem to home in on some almost retro items of news this week. The first, not so much that they were hit by a card skimmer, more that I didn’t realise they were still with us.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 20/03/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. As many of us resort to working from home, the collaboration services we normally rely on are beginning to suffer. MS Teams, as well as Facebook and WhatsApp are experiencing unusual load. But apart from a the odd glitch things seem to be hanging on for now.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 06/03/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. I have a great weird and wonderful selection for you this week. OK, I could have just opted for the usual major breaches and boy, don’t we have a few of those? No, instead some really odd geeky and perhaps quite pointless ones caught my attention. First is a look at air craft hacking.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 28/02/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. Such a wonderful selection to pick from this week, but of course, my favourite are IoT fails. While most are quite ridiculous and generally limit the risk, a new product on the market has elevated the risk of serious damage by introducing the remote control of real fire!

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Weekly Cyber Security News 21/02/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. Extortion methods have been pretty consistent the past couple of years, but a new one popped up this week which seems to be focused on the online small business owner. I wonder how this one will pan out.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 14/02/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24. Blockchain is trendy, has been for a while, and to be honest its not something I’ve had time to look at myself. All I tend to hear about are companies trying to find uses for that and/or machine learning, and the often shouted response of others saying its a solution looking for a problem outside it’s original sphere.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 07/02/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24 I do love it when an artist decides to do some random thing which just shows up the tech nightmares we try to ignore. For example, last year we had the laptop with all the viruses on. Remember that? Well, here is a fun one which I’m sure will be replicated just to annoy people.

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Weekly Cyber Security News 31/01/2020

A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. For a daily selection see our twitter feed at #ionCube24 So far this month we’ve had quite a lot of spectacular breach announcements and the month ends on a big one. With such a large organisation it would leak eventually, no matter how hard they worked to cover it up. What everyone I suppose is now asking is ‘will there be any penalty?’: