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Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack

Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack

The new $30 Airtag tracking device from Apple has a feature that allows anyone who finds one of these tiny location beacons to scan it with a mobile phone and discover its ...
Exploiting (and Patching) a Zero Day RCE Vulnerability in a Western Digital NAS

Another 0-Day Looms for Many Western Digital Users

Countless Western Digital customers saw their MyBook Live network storage drives remotely wiped in the past month thanks to a bug in a product line the company stopped supporting in 2015, as ...
MyBook Users Urged to Unplug Devices from Internet

MyBook Users Urged to Unplug Devices from Internet

Hard drive giant Western Digital is urging users of its MyBook Live brand of network storage drives to disconnect them from the Internet, warning that malicious hackers are remotely wiping the drives ...
VMware Flaw a Vector in SolarWinds Breach?

VMware Flaw a Vector in SolarWinds Breach?

U.S. government cybersecurity agencies warned this week that the attackers behind the widespread hacking spree stemming from the compromise at network software firm SolarWinds used weaknesses in other, non-SolarWinds products to attack ...
Panel Discussion: John Strand, Christopher Nickerson, & Deviant Ollam - Awareness Con 2019

Iowa Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Men Hired to Test Their Security

On Sept. 11, 2019, two security experts at a company that had been hired by the state of Iowa to test the physical and network security of its judicial system were arrested ...