Apple Patches, Kindle XSS, and Doom Printer Hack
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Today’s episode covers, Apple and Adobe security updates, a cross-site scripting flaw that affects Kindle users, and an interesting printer hack that allowed an attacker to run doom on a printer. Watch the video for details and see the Reference section below for more info.
Enjoy your weekend!
(Episode Runtime: 5:39
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ7-LdlMYHc
- Software Updates:
- XSS flaw in Kindle Library can compromise your Amazon account – F17.de
- Hacker’s run Doom on Canon Pixma printers – Ars Technica
- Blog post about Doom printer hack – Contextis
- FBI targeting Tor users and hacking suspects – The Register
- Home Depot numbers are in; 56m credit cards – The Guardian
- A couple of Android pick-pocketing Russian hackers arrested – IB-Group blog
- Next version of Android will encrypt your data by default – Business Insider
- More malicious advertising via Zido and Google’s Ads – PC World
- CryptoWall hits Australia hard (XTM GAV can catch it) – PC Advisor
- Recently phishing campaigns using Apple hype as a lure – ZDNet
- Latest U.S government report blames China for more hacking – Phys.org
- “Bitcoin Jesus” offers bounties for Bitcoin hackers – Wired
- NATO says we all face a high “cyber threat” level for the next decade – Computer Weekly
- Some iPhone eBay listings contain XSS attacks – Tamebay
- Hacker breached Goodwill for 18 months – Computer World
- Audible security flaw lets pirates steal audiobooks – Gizmodo
- One researcher says Home Depot malware was different than BlackPoS/Backoff – SC Magazine