Railway Hacks, VideoConferencing Espionage, and Security Professionals Gone Bad
While this week wasn’t quite as action packed as last, there’s plenty of security stories to cover in this episode by — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept). They have been summarize in the brisk video below (runtime: 6:03 minutes).
If you prefer text to moving pictures, you can also find a quick descriptions of these stories, as well as reference links, underneath the video.
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- Anonymous continues their online riot, taking down more recording industry sites, and defacing a US government internet security site:
- TSA claims Pacific Northwest railways fell victim to a cyberattack:
- HD Moorediscloses security risk with videoconferencing systems:
- Cameras open boardroom to hackers – New York Times
- Microsoft accuses ex-antivirus employee of creating Kelihos botnet:
- Botnet maker worked for security companies – Computer World
- Symantec warns customers to stop using PC Anywheredue to vulnerability:
- Google Releases a Chrome security update:
- EXTRA: Attackers are exploiting recent Windows Media vulnerability (MS12-004). This late breaking story didn’t make the video, but I felt I should include it here:
- Hackers pounce on Media Flaw – ZDNet