Adobe Breach Gets Bigger, NSA MUSCULAR, and Mysterious Malware
No time to follow Infosec news, but need to know the latest so you can protect your network? Well you’ve come to the right place. In my weekly, security summary video I quickly highlight the big security stories from the week, so you’re aware of the latest threats and security news.
Today’s episode includes more concerning details about the recent Adobe network hack (change your password), news of the latest NSA snooping revelation, and a story about a very scary advanced malware infection that sounds more like science fiction than fact. To learn all the details, click play below… and don’t forget to check the Reference section for links to many other interesting Infosec stories.
Thanks for watching, and Happy Halloween!
(Episode Runtime: 11:04)
Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YQ0Ot2yFcg
- Krebs says Adobe breach is bigger than first suspected – Krebs on Security
- More details on Adobe breach; 153mil records stolen – afreak.ca
- NSA MUSCULAR program is intercepting Google and Yahoo data – The Washington Post
- Spooks upset about the latest NSA disclosure – Foreign Policy
- BadBIOS informtion
- Flaws in Facebook Android app – ThreatPost
- Obama to review NSA collection methods – The Guardian
- 12yr old hacker defaces .gov sites for video games – Kotaku
- UK citizen charged with US government hacking – Computer World
- Obamacare site suffers from security vulnerability – CNN
- ATM draining malware may come to US – Tech World
- Beware of fraudulent AMEX charge phishing campaign – Softpedia
- Latest Firefox update fixes 10 vulnerabilities – PC World
- TP-Link router vulnerability exploited in the wild – Softpedia
- Russia accused of giving foreign delegates malware infested devices – Help Net Security
- iOS flaw may allow MitM attacks – Mac News World
- Finland government sites breached – Uber Gizmo
- Researcher finds Twitter flaws – Softpedia