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Embarrassing flaws get exposed when the logs get reviewed, Atlanta city government gets shut down by Ransomware, and the cleverest little Android malware you’ll ever meet. Plus we go from a hacked client to a Zero-day discovery, answer some questions, ask a few, and more!Sponsored By:Digital Ocean: Apply our promo snapocean after you create your account, and get a $10 credit. Promo Code: snapoceanTing: Save $25 off a device, or get $25 in service credits! Promo Code: Visit techsnap.ting.comiXSystems: Get a system purpose built for you. Promo Code: Tell them we sent you!Links:Unified Logs in High Sierra (10.13) Show Plaintext Password for APFS Encrypted External Volumes — My verification test is below. Note that it gets stored in on-disk, collected logs (non-volatile logs).Thousands of servers found leaking 750MB worth of passwords and keys — Leaky etcd servers could be a boon to data thieves and ransomware scammers.Atlanta city government systems down due to ransomware attack — FBI called in as some city…