Last week, we dug into behavioral biometrics, explored a new crossrider variant, and embraced the power of “no.” We also launched another CrackMe challenge, took a deep dive into smart toys, and finished up with a look at digital privacy in the age of IoT.
LinkedIn does battle with autofill problems. (source: Daily Swig)
Dutch police take down a revenge porn site. (source: politie(dot)nl)
Researchers find a way to make hotel master keys. (source: F-Secure)
Very large fine handed to Yahoo! (source: The Register)
Orangeworm goes after healthcare services. (source: Symantec)
Admins of the world’s biggest DDoS market are taken down. (source: Europol)
Dodgy miners were busted in China. (source: xinhua(dot)net)
Are you ready for GDPR? (source: Help Net Security)
Listening in with Amazon Echo (source: Naked Security)
Stay safe, everyone!
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