Last week, a Chinese security research disclosed a new zero day Android vulnerability at PacSec’s Pwn2Own competition. Watch today’s video to learn a little more about this flaw, and what to do about it until it’s patched. (Episode Runtime: 2:13 ) Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzE9VpfhkaE EPISODE REFERENCES: Researcher discloses Android Chrome zero day vulnerability at PacSec Pwn2Own – Security Affairs One shot Android exploit demonstrated at Pwn2Own – The Register Japan’s PacSec Security conference – PacSec — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP ( @SecAdept )
No one wants an attacker or malware in their systems. That’s why the information security community spends so much time and effort on prevention
Last week, TalkTalk’s suffered a data breach for the third time this year. It took awhile for the details to surface, but it looks like the attackers exploited a SQL injection flaw in TalkTalk’s website to steal 4M customers’ personally identifying information. Watch today’s information to learn the latest news about this breach, and what you should do if you’re a victim.
Lately, the nation has been been criticizing Hilary Clinton for running an insecure personal email server. However, she’s apparently not the only government employee with insecure email practices. Today, a high school hacker claimed to hijack the personal email account of the Director of the CIA.
It’s bad enough that we seem to learn about a new data breach every week, but today we learned about four new data breaches, including one that leaked 15M customer record. Watch today’s video to learn which companies were affected, what data was stolen, and what users should do about it
A hosting and security company discovered attackers leveraging mobile devices in China to launch a DDoS attack against one of its customers. Watch today’s video to learn how this DDoS attack is unique, and what you can do to prevent your computer from becoming a pawn in some criminal’s attack.