NSA Data Collection Ruling, Browsing History Identification, Ambulance Chasing

In episode 137 for September 7th 2020: A federal appeals court finds the NSA’s bulk collection of phone data was unlawful, new research shows that browsing histories are unique enough to reliably ...
Firefox Send Used to Spread Malware, Mozilla Temporarily Stops the Service

Firefox Send Used to Spread Malware, Mozilla Temporarily Stops the Service

Mozilla suspended the Firefox Send service after it received reports that it was used by bad actors to host and send malware to unsuspecting users. Firefox Send is a service that lets ...
DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS

DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS

By Jamie Brim, Corelight Security Researcher In this post, we’ll explore DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH). DoT and DoH were invented to address privacy concerns associated with cleartext ...

The light shines even brighter: Updates to Corelight’s Encrypted Traffic Collection

By Vince Stoffer, Senior Director, Product Management, Corelight With Corelight’s latest software release, v19, we are excited to announce the expansion of our Encrypted Traffic Collection (ETC). The ETC was introduced in ...

GoDaddy Security Incident, Fake Downloaders, Firefox Lockwise

In episode 120 for May 11th 2020: The latest on the GoDaddy security incident affecting 28,000 customers, fake Microsoft Teams notification emails and Zoom downloaders, and details on new features to the ...
Mozilla Fixes Two Firefox Critical Vulnerabilities Exploited in the Wild

Mozilla Fixes Two Firefox Critical Vulnerabilities Exploited in the Wild

The Firefox Internet browser received a critical patch from the Mozilla Foundation to fix a couple of actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities that were endangering both regular users and institutions. Zero-day vulnerabilities in ...
Twitter reveals Mozilla Firefox bug that stores your direct messages for up to 7 days

Twitter reveals Mozilla Firefox bug that stores your direct messages for up to 7 days

Twitter recently warned users of a Mozilla Firefox bug that grants access to accounts’ non-public information to anyone using the device. “We recently learned that the way Mozilla Firefox stores cached data ...
Latest Firefox Version Unveils and Fixes an AirPod Vulnerability

Latest Firefox Version Unveils and Fixes an AirPod Vulnerability

The latest Firefox version fixes quite a few problems, but one of the more interesting fixes was for a vulnerability that affected people using AirPods connected to an iPhone, which is not ...
Firefox Enables DNS over HTTPS by Default in the United States

Firefox Enables DNS over HTTPS by Default in the United States

Mozilla is turning on DNS over HTTPS by default for users in the United States and is making it available for users throughout the rest of the world if they choose it ...
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Firefox Critical Zero-Day Being Exploited: Patch NOW

Mozilla’s Firefox browser has a nasty bug. Rated “critical,” the vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild ...
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