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Cell Phone Location Privacy

We all know that our cell phones constantly give our location away to our mobile network operators; that’s how they work. A group of researchers has figured out a way to fix ...

OSINT, 3D Modeling, Geolocation & Forensic Architecture: Analysis Of The Beirut Port Explosion

A well-crafted OSINT, 3D Modeling, Geolocation and Forensic Architecture driven analysis of the August 4th, 2020 Explosion at the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. The investigation, and subsequent analysis, film, models and other ...

On Executive Order 12333

Mark Jaycox has written a long article on the US Executive Order 12333: “No Oversight, No Limits, No Worries: A Primer on Presidential Spying and Executive Order 12,333“: Abstract: Executive Order 12,333 ...

The NSA on the Risks of Exposing Location Data

The NSA has issued an advisory on the risks of location data. Mitigations reduce, but do not eliminate, location tracking risks in mobile devices. Most users rely on features disabled by such ...

Click Armor Demo, Podcast Survey Results, Google Geofence Warrants

In episode 98 of our monthly show co-host Scott Wright shows us a demo of Click Armor which is a gamified cybersecurity awareness platform, Tom presents the results of our listener survey, ...

Critical Windows Vulnerability, Dating App Security Risk, Apple iOS Privacy Features

In episode 104 for January 20th 2020: Details on the new critical Microsoft Windows vulnerability, why dating apps could pose a national security risk, and how new Apple privacy features are changing ...
Geolocation Sale Bill Vetoed by Hawaii Governor

Geolocation Sale Bill Vetoed by Hawaii Governor

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Hawai’i Governor David Ige (D) has vetoed HB702 HD1 SD2, which would have restricted the sale of certain location information. The governor explained that the “lack of clarity in this bill as ...

Ransomware Rampage, Mobile Phishing Attacks, iPhone App Ad Trackers

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for June 3rd 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: US cities are being rampaged with ransomware, mobile phishing attacks on the ...
 Image Credit: Imperial College London

Behold, The Quantum Compass

Image Credit: Imperial College London via an Impact Lab post, in which the astounding science of Imperial College London and Glasgow, Scotland, UK based M Squared, we may soon possess the capability ...

Spy Apps and Stalkerware with Special Guest Jeff Tang – WB40

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for October 29th 2018 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Spy apps and Stalkerware with special guest Jeff Tang. Silent Pocket is ...