Latest Hacking News Podcast #221

On episode 221 of our daily cybersecurity podcast we look at two batches of stolen account information collections put up for sale on the dark web and the numerous disclosures announced this week.

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Credential Stuffing Scammer Lists 620 Million Records on the Dark Web

Credential stuffing scams are becoming more prevalent and companies are increasingly seeing their customers accounts hacked. In the past three

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Latest Hacking News Podcast #220

500px announces breach impacting all 14.8 million of it’s users, MacOS malware disguised as Windows .exe, and numerous Lenovo Watch X security vulnerabilities detailed on episode 220 of our daily cybersecurity podcast.

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Latest Hacking News Podcast #219

Data of up to 100,000 Australians exposed, cyberattack on VFEmail destroys 18 years worth of data, and electric scooter hacked and controlled remotely on episode 219 of our daily cybersecurity podcast.

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Latest Hacking News Podcast #218

Adobe Reader DC zero-day flaw gets a temporary patch, critical flaw found in Wordpress plugin, and first clipper malware found in Google Play store on episode 218 of our daily cybersecurity podcast.

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Wall Street Journal Columnist Challenges Ethical Hacker to Test the Security of Their Laptops

It is hard to find any device such as a phone, tablet or laptop, that isn’t fitted with a camera

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Swiss Government Invites Hackers to Pen Test Their Voting System

The Swiss government is eager to ensure that its e-voting system is safe and secure for those casting their votes.

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Latest Hacking News Podcast #217: Karl Sigler of Trustwave on Lifesize Vulnerability

Interview with Karl Sigler, Security Research Manager for Trustwave SpiderLabs, on the recently disclosed vulnerability impacting Lifesize video products. Today’s

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