Critical Java 0Day, Piles of Patches, and More
Ready for a weekly dose of InfoSec? This episode has a strong “patch” theme, with many vendors releasing some big security updates this week. Besides the patches, I also cover a few new 0day exploits, including a serious Java one getting leveraged quite a bit in the wild, and a couple crazy sounding security-related news items. If you want all the details, click play below, or check out the Reference section.
Note: I will be traveling the next few weeks. I still plan on trying to post the weekly video, but it may be shorter, less produced, and arrive at odd hours due to travel.
(Episode Runtime: 9:17)
Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkNqamIAPs8
- Software updates
- Critical zero day Java exploit in the wild – Ars Technica
- Zero Day FoxIt PDF Reader flaw – The Register
- Latest John McAfee update (craziness) – Who is McAfee Blog
- Japanese hacker uses cat accomplice – The Guardian