A curious netizen found more than he expected while checking out his D-link webcam’s firmware. Learn how D-link accidentally leaked some sensitive digital keys, and what that means to the world at large. (Episode Runtime: 3:24 ) Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIUwVfKMu5k EPISODE REFERENCES: Original post about leaked D-link keys on Dutch forum – Tweakers.net D-Link spilled their private keys on the web – The Register — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP ( @SecAdept )
Do you have little time for security news, but wish you could keep abreast of the latest threats?
According to unnamed sources in the Obama administration, the US government is developing sanction against foreign attackers who leverage cyber espionage to steal intellectual property. While these sorts of deterrents may be necessary to discourage cyber attacks in the age we live, they could certainly change the information security landscape.
It’s pretty impressive to know an 18 year old Italian teenager is already finding vulnerabilities in OS X. However, I hope he learns to disclose them responsibly, and starts informing vendors first. This week, news surfaced of a zero day privileges escalation flaw in the latest version of OS X Yosemite
Two weeks ago, the Black Hat and DEF CON conferences unveiled tons of new security research, which means last week was packed with interesting security stories. If you find yourself falling behind on security news, and need a “one stop shop” to keep you up to date, this weekly video does just that
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