MS Patch Day, 4chan Hacked, and Password Security
If you’re too busy helping your users and maintaining your network to read the latest information security news, you might miss out on new tip that could save your network. No worries. Let my short, weekly Infosec video summarize the week’s biggest news for you.
Today, I warn you about all the upcoming patches next Tuesday, talk about a popular web site hack and what administrators can learn from it, and share my three primary password tips for World Password Day. Click play below for all the details, and take a peek at the Reference section for links to other stories.
Enjoy your weekend, and stay safe out there.
(Episode Runtime: 7:32)
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKU3Qoaj_Dw
- Adobe and Microsoft Patch Day is coming – WGSC
- 4chan admin console hacked; Moot shares details – Moot’s blog
- World Password Day 2014 – Passwordday.com
- Bud Logs In; A WatchGuard password security video – WatchGuard
- Alleged “nuclear black hat” hacker is a Navy sysadmin for aircraft carrier – The Register
- Latest Microsoft SIR report says infect computers raise threefold – PCWorld
- Half of stolen cars in the UK due to electronic fob hacking – Huffington Post
- French Orange site breached again – NASDAQ
- Ransomware making a move to Android devices – ZDNet
- Dropbox fixes a small shared link search engine vulnerability – Collaborista Blog
- Latest iOS lockscreen bypass flaw – NBC News
- Hackback video; hacking a botnet (potentially illegal) – Spgedwards.com
- SNMP the next protocol exploited for DDoS? – SANS
- Bitly breach; change your password – Mashable
- Twitter adds SMS to bolster password reset process – ZDNet
- What’s your stance on Net Neutrality? Watch to learn – Youtube