Unsupervised Learning with Daniel Miessler

Unsupervised Learning with Daniel Miessler

danielmiessler.com/unsupervised-learning
infosec | technology | humans
Unsupervised Learning: No. 89
Aug 20 • 35 min
Serious CANBUS issue, Cyber as a branch of the service?, iOS 11 Cop Mode, biometric wearables, Bill Joy battery, bitcoin forking again, ideas, discovery, aphorism, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 88
Aug 15 • 22 min
Amazon Macie, APT28, Cuba sonic attacks, Palantir and police, DNA malware, confusing self-driving cars, ideas, discovery, aphorism, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 85
Jul 10 • 26 min
The future of security testing, nuclear plant hacks, Android malware, satellite decryption, wildcard certs, military encryption, gsuite protections, WWE S3, tesla 3, jawbone, drone hacking, mental aging, millionare GPAs, discovery, recommendations, the…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 83
Jun 27 • 26 min
Petya ransomware worm, RNC breach, Anthem settlement, Russians want source code, risk ratings, patching, ICOs, ideas, discovery, recommendation, aphorism, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 82
Jun 12 • 19 min
Live from London, Gamestop hacked, PowerPoint malware, Chinese Apple Hack, XSS, WWDC summary, FDA approves cancer drug, heroin $51B, ideas, discovery, recommendation, aphorism, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 81
Jun 4 • 27 min
OneLogin, Extortion, Coinbase, Pandemic, Booz, Mobile Apps, Electricity, AI voices, Sheets, Walmart, Karoshi, APIs, discovery, aphorisms, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No 79
May 23 • 32 min
WannaCry, Intel leaks, DocuSign phishing, cockpit codes, Delta facial recognition, China vs. CIA, WordPress bug bounty, Marines and drones, HPE R&D, Watts, graduates only making 40K, China’s DNA project, honeymoons vs. rings, Sherrif Eli, retirees…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 78
May 14 • 30 min
The WannaCry ransomware worm, the president’s EO, Macron hacking, HP backdoors, laptop bans, Amazon releases, Chinese online commerce, CRISPR, Germany and renewable energy, beetles, dental health as social indicator, Reading superpowers, Net Neutrality,…
Unsupervised Learning: No.76
May 2 • 17 min
Verizon’s DBIR report, Chipotle (again), USAF bounty, NSA surveillance hampered, Android hacks, Taser and computer vision, Google fights fake news, Exercise types & mental skills, Perfect pitch recording, Lifecasting, RF X-Ray, discovered links, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 75
Apr 23 • 34 min
DoublePulsar in the wild, vigilante IoT worms, Bose listening headphones, PoS hacking sentence, Google ad blocking, best anti-aging exercises, unqualified Indian engineers, , discovered links, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No 74
Apr 17 • 52 min
Shadow Brokers, fingerprinting Netflix traffic, Magneto vuln, Juniper advisories, Amazon speaker tech, Facebook’s 100Gbit optical switches, Google Hire, Minecraft currency, a solar-powered water harvester, OWASP Top 10 draft comments, remote SSH, EC2 and…
Unsupervised Learning: No 73
Apr 10 • 76 min
Word 0-day, BrickerBot, iOS GIF, Russian arrested, Tizen, OilRig, APT10 MSPs, Dallas sirens, ATM drilling, Watson golf, Uber Italy, AI memory, links, projects, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 72
Apr 3 • 63 min
Apple fixed tons of bugs, hacking smart TVs over DVB-T, gift card bots, handgun AIs, Uber manipulations, AI vs. jobs, how to read more, cloud secret management, OPSEC and phishing, links, projects, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 71
Mar 26 • 42 min
Half of Android devices haven’t been patched in over a year, Tavisclosure, NEST camera flaws, senate vs. privacy, electronics ban, bad Let’s Encrypt certs, Moodle SQLi, infosec venture capital drying up, IBM employees heading into the office, Twitter…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 70
Mar 19 • 24 min
Russians at it again, Microsoft and Adobe updates, PoS breaches, US-CERT throws TLS shade, epilepsy tweet stalking, Tesla’s billion, lip-reading AI, autonomous BMWs, Fiber Lasers, taxing robots, Green Zones and Red Zones, AI disruption of healthcare,…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 69
Mar 13 • 27 min
The Vault7 CIA dump, Russian shenanigans, Dahua, Verifone, mandatory genetic testing, Wordpress, atomic storage, Google Kaggles, presenting at HouSecCon, fasting research, data wars, chaos, voice interfaces, tools, projects, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 68
Mar 6 • 37 min
Amazon’s S3 outage, Uber greyballing, fooling AI, DNS RATs, automating human jobs, suicide and ML, post-work IQ and creativity, greatness vs. imperfection, media choice, tools, projects, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 67
Feb 27 • 31 min
CloudBleed, SHA1-1, White House Leaks, Planets, Satellites, Drones vs. Eagles, InfoSec Jobs, ExFil, IQ and Creativity in a Post-work World, Weaponized Narrative, Security Tools, Tons of Great Links, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 66
Feb 21 • 29 min
My recap of RSA 2017, Google’s zero-trust implementation, Trump domain hacked, robots doing your taxes, the IoT Security train analogy, the future of authentication, toolswatch best tools of 2016, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 64
Feb 7 • 22 min
Tax phishing, Microsoft SMB vulnerability, Cellebrite tools released, Computer interfaces, Centrism, Mobile 2.0, new projects, more…
The Experience of Free Will is Not Free Will
Feb 1 • 5 min
A short essay on how it’s possible to experience free will without it being real.
Unsupervised Learning: No. 63
Jan 30 • 46 min
Peak Prevention at AppSec Cali, Austrian Hotel Ransomware, Russian FSB Drama, WordPress Issues, AV Conflicts, Uber Pays Another Company’s Bounty, Data Science, Rules for Rulers…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 62
Jan 22 • 28 min
An OWASP Gaming Security Framework, infosec news, OPSEC is obscurity, AMP is a horrible idea, the End of Twitter, the Sound of Silence, chaning your Echo wake word, RAWGraphs, Ask Lesley, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 61
Jan 16 • 39 min
Nasty new GMail phishing bug, Microsoft kills security bulletins, ShadowBrokers go dark, Cellebrite hacked, Combining sensor data with machine learning, the tradeoff between privacy and IoT functionality, and more…
Gratitude is the Epicenter of Happiness
Jan 14 • 4 min
The elusive center of happiness is gratitude, and the reason seems to be evolution.
If You Believe Nothing You Can Be Convinced of Anything
Jan 13 • 12 min
An essay about the Russian hacking attribution issue, and how people who cannot differentiate the credibility of information sources are ultimately set to believe anything rather than nothing.
Unsupervised Learning: No. 60
Jan 11 • 31 min
How we know Russia did it, the FBI using Best Buy, an IBM study on ransomware, MongoDB hacks, and more…
4 Things To Do in the First Week of Every January
Dec 27, 2016 • 2 min
A short piece on why I don’t like New Years resolutions, and the four things I prefer to do instead.
Unsupervised Learning: No. 58
Dec 19, 2016 • 14 min
This week’s topics: Yahoo!, Shadowbrokers, Building Your Own Honeytrapping Infrastructure, The Power of Newsletters, Project Aristotle, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 57
Dec 12, 2016 • 29 min
This week’s topics: Russia gave us attribution for Christmas, the NSA is shedding talent, the evilest ransomware, how to raise someone’s IQ in 2 minutes, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 56
Dec 4, 2016 • 14 min
Gooligan, Korean Game Hacking Law, DoubleFlag Experian Hack, Georgia Tech Attribution Research, Amazon’s re:Invent Conference Highlights, recommended links, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 55
Nov 27, 2016 • 24 min
Biowarfare defenses, AI advances, mergers and acquisitions, Facebook and censorship, IoT definitions, the philosophy of Westworld, and more…
The Difference Between Threats, Threat Actors, Vulnerabilities, and Risks
Nov 26, 2016 • 5 min
My essay that clearly separates the differences between the core infosec terms of threat, threat actor, vulnerabilty, and risk.
The Difference Between Existentialism, Nihilism, and Absurdism
Nov 22, 2016 • 4 min
An essay on the differences in approaches when dealing with the intrinsic lack of meaning in the universe.
Stop Being Proud of Complexity
Nov 22, 2016 • 3 min
An essay on how complexity often communicates the exact opposite of its desired effect.
Unsupervised Learning: No. 54
Nov 20, 2016 • 14 min
Britain’s new surveillance law, CRISPR biotech, the Army’s new Phaser, NIST’s new IoT Security guidelines, ML-based facial recognition, and more…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 52
Nov 7, 2016 • 40 min
Subscribe to Unsupervised Learning via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter This is Episode No. 52 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I collect my favorite stories in infosec, technology, and humans, and talk about why they matter. The show is…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 51
Oct 31, 2016 • 60 min
Subscribe to Unsupervised Learning via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter This is Episode No. 51 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I collect my favorite stories in infosec, technology, and humans, and talk about why they matter. The show is…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 50
Oct 24, 2016 • 37 min
Subscribe to Unsupervised Learning via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter This is Episode No. 50 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I collect my favorite stories in infosec, technology, and humans, and talk about why they matter. The show is…
Unsupervised Learning: No. 49
Oct 18, 2016 • 47 min
Subscribe to Unsupervised Learning via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter This is Episode No. 49 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I collect my favorite stories in infosec, technology, and humans, and talk about why they matter. The show is…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 46
Sep 27, 2016 • 30 min
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Unsupervised Learning: Episode 45
Sep 19, 2016 • 57 min
Subscribe to the Podcast via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter [ Click here to get the full companion newsletter with complete show notes from this episode. ] [ Click here to get the full companion newsletter with complete show notes from this episode.…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 44
Sep 11, 2016 • 34 min
Subscribe to the Podcast via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter [ Click here to view the full companion newsletter with complete show notes from this episode. ] [ Click here to view the full companion newsletter with complete show notes from this…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 43
Sep 7, 2016 • 42 min
Subscribe to the Podcast via: iTunes | Android | RSS | Newsletter News Internet disinformation service for hire [ Link ] Rob Fuller (@mubix) has found a way to pull credentials from a locked machine using a USB dongle and Responder [ Link ] Yelp starts…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 42
Sep 1, 2016 • 64 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] InfoSec news and articles Dropbox hacked 68 million accounts Back in 2012 Malware infected all Eddie Bauer stores in U.S. and Canada All 350 stores in North America Wicked iPhone vulnerability called…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 41
Aug 18, 2016 • 34 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] InfoSec news and articles NSA hacking tools supposedly leaked back in 2013 Could have just been a jump box, which rival groups commonly attack from each other Snowden thinks Russia hacked the NSA and is…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 40
May 31, 2016 • 54 min
- LinkedIn breach from 2013 | 65.5 million emails and salted and hashed passwords - XSS in Wordpress plugin (JetPack) - DerbyCon is going to stream live this year | you can’t stream the networking, so it probably won’t hurt next year’s sales too much -…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 39
May 14, 2016 • 23 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] InfoSec news and articles BAE systems saying that SWIFT hack is linked to the Sony breach [ Link ] Kaspersky is saying ransomware is the #1 threat now [ Link ] Identity thieves grab W-2 data from…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 38
May 1, 2016 • 45 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] InfoSec news and articles Michigan lawmakers want life sentence for hacking cars | will that apply to changing the speed of your turn signal? SWIFT to get update after Bangladesh hack NSA is so…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 37
Apr 25, 2016 • 35 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] InfoSec news Feds paid over 1M to get into San Bernardino iPhone Continued fallout from Panama papers 3.2 million servers vulnerable to JBoss attack which is being used in SamSam ransomware attacks MIT…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 36
Apr 18, 2016 • 20 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] Nothing useful found on Farook’s phone | http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/14/nothing_useful_on_farook_iphone/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook | I think they knew this and used it as…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 35
Apr 11, 2016 • 26 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] The hack of Mossak Fonseca has been tied to a breach of their wordpress install through a plugin called Revolution Slider, leading to the Panama Papers breach. So just to be clear, we might…
5 Increasingly Effective Ways to Achieve Immortality
Apr 7, 2016 • 13 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] — I think a lot about how to become immortal. More than I should, probably. Many think it’s a waste of time. Everyone dies, and it’s foolish to think we can avoid it. This piece takes a different view,…
Unsupervised Learning: Episode 33
Apr 7, 2016 • 37 min
News [ ] Panama Papers leak [ ] Hackers targeting major US law firms [ ] Ubuntu has some kernel vuln patches out [ ] 50 million turkish citizens have their information dumped online [ ] Microsoft makes cloud-app security services now available (Adallom) […
T1SP: Episode 32
Mar 28, 2016 • 36 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News * [ ] Verizon Enterprise Solutions had a major data breach of their customer data. This is the group that handles breaches for their customers. “Virtually every attack in this data set (98 percent)…
T1SP: Episode 31
Mar 14, 2016 • 32 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] FBI saying it will force Apple to hand over source code and signing ability if they don’t comply | http://thehackernews.com/2016/03/fbi-apple-iphone.html [ ] Locky ransomware campaign, JS…
My Response to Sam Harris on the Apple Encryption Debate
Feb 27, 2016 • 36 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] [ UPDATE: Much credit to Sam for engaging in the conversation. I’m not sure how people claim he’s closed on this topic when he is clearly open to exploring it. ] I don't agree with all of it. But this…
T1SP: Episode 29
Feb 23, 2016 • 19 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News * [ ] Apple calls out FBI on iPhone decryption case * [ ] Trump calls for a boycott of Apple, from an iPhone * [ ] Judge Rules FBI Must Reveal Malware It Used to Hack Over 1,000 Computers * [ ]…
T1SP: Episode 28
Feb 15, 2016 • 42 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] Major Cisco ASA buffer overflow; patch now [ ] Critical patches for Windows and Flash [ ] The FBI is officially investigating Hillary Clinton regarding her private email server [ ] NSA doing a…
T1SP: Episode 27
Feb 1, 2016 • 22 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] Heavy surveillance around the Super Bowl [ ] A new BlackEnergy spear phishing campaign is targeting more Ukrainian companies [ ] Magneto, the popular e-commerce CMS, releases fixes to critical…
T1SP: Episode 26
Jan 25, 2016 • 49 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News [ ] Backdoor found in AMX devices that run corporate and government conference rooms [ ] Autopwn every Android device on your network using BetterCap and addJavascritInterface [ ] Cyber insurance…
T1SP: Episode 25
Jan 19, 2016 • 26 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News * [ ] TrendMicro node.js server listening on localhost can execute commands; exposed to the internet * [ ] SSH backdoor found in Fortinet firewalls * [ ] SSH client vulnerability * [ ] Australia’s…
T1SP: Episode 24
Jan 10, 2016 • 28 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News * [ ] Norse lays of 20 people; not clear what percentage that is; threat intel not going so well? * [ ] OPM declines to release details on its big breach * [ ] Juniper says it’s going to remove the…
T1SP: Episode 23
Jan 4, 2016 • 55 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] News * [ ] Juniper backdoor; could have been found with diff; signs point to NSA * [ ] RCE on FireEye appliances * [ ] Hyatt got hacked; malware on POS * [ ] 45K drones registered with FAA within 2 days…
Security and Obscurity
Dec 13, 2015 • 10 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] In this episode I explore the topic of Security and Obscurity by reading my popular essay on the topic. Notes * The intro track is from one of my favorite EDM artists: Zomby. The song is ‘Orion’, and…
T1SP: Episode 21
Dec 13, 2015 • 18 min
[ Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS ] Topics for this episode: News * [ ] Stringing Shodan to exploitation * [ ] Why you need to check HaveIBeenPwned * [ ] Another DELL root cert hacked * [ ] ISIS OPSEC advice (data privacy, tor, crytocat,…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 20
Dec 7, 2015 • 23 min
Topics for this episode: News and analysis * [ ] Ads using high frequency sound to communicate across devices. The ultrasonic pitches are embedded into TV commercials or are played when a user encounters an ad displayed in a computer browser. While the…
Corporations Don’t Want Employees
Nov 17, 2015 • 3 min
Companies don’t want employees, and they’re doing their best to get rid of them. We should be getting ready for this.
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 19
Nov 16, 2015 • 31 min
Topics for this episode: News and analysis * [ ] A couple of months into my job with IOActive * [ ] Paris Attacks: resilience vs. prevention * [ ] Updating the OWASP IoT Project (no longer the Top 10) It’s an umbrella project. * [ ] Adding to the IoT…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 18
Aug 24, 2015 • 26 min
Topics for this episode: News and analysis * Sonar framework * Schneider Electric SCADA issues revealed at DEFCON * Ashley Madison hack, extortion will become more common, passwords added to SecLists * Hackers attack PR firm and manipulate stocks * Uber…
Mr. Robot Episode 3 Review
Jul 19, 2015 • 18 min
[ NOTE: There are spoilers below, not just for this episode but for the show in general. ] Enough people have asked me to start doing reviews of Mr. Robot episodes that I’m going to have a go at it. The deciding factor was the fact that I had such a…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 17
Jul 12, 2015 • 25 min
Topics for this episode: Announcements * [ ] New desk, new mic setup News * [ ] SSL vuln spoofing issue, requires mitm * [ ] Sleepy puppy XSS Payload Management Framework * [ ] Troy Hunt on tech presentations * [ ] Stock market attacked and taken down.…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 16
Jul 7, 2015 • 6 min
Topics for this episode: * [ ] Hacking Team Hacked, show which oppressive governments bought their software * [ ] No exploits for non-jailbroken iPhone * [ ] The FBI spent 775K on Hacking Team software * [ ] Citi creating a digital currency, called…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 15
Jun 29, 2015 • 14 min
Topics for this episode: * iOS flaw * The Chinese hacking campaign against the US * Breach at Recorded future * Hacking cars through key fobs * NSA/GCHQ hacking of people through security software * Snowden’s documents in the hands of the Chinese and…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 14
Jun 15, 2015 • 22 min
Notes * The intro track is from one of my favorite EDM artists: Zomby. The song is ‘Orion’, and it’s from the ‘With Love’ album. Highly recommended if you like chill EDM.
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 13
Jun 12, 2015 • 42 min
Notes * The intro track is from one of my favorite EDM artists: Zomby. The song is ‘Orion’, and it’s from the ‘With Love’ album. Highly recommended if you like chill EDM.
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 12
Apr 8, 2015 • 13 min
Play Podcast START CONTENT * Singtel buys Trustwave * Snowden does interview with John Oliver * CheckPoint buys Lacoon * Everyone’s trying to do everything, which gives the big people a major advantage * China melted GitHub * MiTM’d Baidu traffic and…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 11
Mar 30, 2015 • 16 min
Play Podcast START CONTENT * Twitch, a game streaming service owned by Amazon, was hacked last week * Passwords, emails, usernames, addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth * Amazon bought them last year for almost 1 billion dollars * Bar Mitzvah attack…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 10
Mar 15, 2015 • 22 min
Play Podcast START CONTENT * There was another SQL Injection bug found in SEO by Yoast * It required admins to click a malicious link * Was patched quickly * It’s the plugins that make WordPress vulnerable * Attackers are targeting gamers for ransomware *…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 9
Mar 9, 2015 • 12 min
START CONTENT * Sorry about the audio last week; wireless headsets don’t compare to the Yeti * The CIA is focusing on cyberespionage in its new management * Anthem is refusing an audit by the OIG office–an org that audits health care groups that provide…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 8
Mar 3, 2015 • 16 min
START CONTENT * New SSL attack called FREAK * Has to do with falling RSA back to a deprecated and weak level * Requires the client and server are both vulnerable * The solution is to patch * Many orgs will also want to note which servers were vulnerable *…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 7
Feb 23, 2015 • 8 min
START CONTENT * New stuxnet like piece of malware was discovered * Was found by Kaspersky * Has infected thousands of computers, mostly in Iran * The malware is the most advanced ever found * Can hide on the computer even after reinstall * Many of the…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 6
Feb 17, 2015 • 12 min
START CONTENT * Ukrainian banks hacked for up to 1 Billion dollars * Evidently installed malware on bank admin machines using phishing * Not sure they have an FDIC * As if the Ukraine didn’t have enough problems * 10 million password project * Mark…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 5
Feb 8, 2015 • 7 min
START CONTENT * Anthem, the second largest healthcare company, had a major breach * They lost around 80 million socials, addresses, emails, etc., which is roughly double the Target breach * There’s speculation that it was China, trying to penetrate…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 4
Feb 1, 2015 • 7 min
START CONTENT * Ghost bug in PHP could affect millions of servers * Flaw is in glibc, which is extensively by all Linux distributions * Patch and reboot using yum or aptitude * The US Army Released DShell, a malware forensics tool * This is an interesting…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 3
Jan 25, 2015 • 10 min
START CONTENT * There was an issue with the Marriott website that exposed reservations and payment information. It’s now been fixed * Police are now using a new radar to see into peoples’ homes without a warrant * Security budgets are reportedly going up…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 2
Jan 19, 2015 • 15 min
START CONTENT * UK police arrest 18-year-old in connection to Playstation and XBox attack * Major ASUS router bug * Local users can take full control without a password * Biggest issue there seems to be DNS hijacking * Legislative attacks on infosec…
Take 1 Security Podcast: Episode 1
Jan 14, 2015 • 3 min
Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS START HEADLINES * Google drops security updates for Android 4.3 and below * This is a problem since that’s most of the install-base * Only .1% of users are on Android 5 * Microsoft and Adobe Push Critical…