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Security Bits – 17 November 2019

Followup 🇺🇸 Mozilla refute the very misleading (factually incorrect) presentation American ISPs gave to congress urging them to take action against encrypted DNS (DoH) — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Microsoft have issued yet another warning about the patch they released a few months ago for older versions of Windows to remove the so-called BlueKeep vulnerability. Attacks have now […]

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Security Bits – 5 October 2019

Followup Bluetooth permissions on iOS A nice article explaining some of the most common legitimate reasons apps me request BlueTooth access: Here’s why so many apps are asking to use Bluetooth on iOS 13 — www.theverge.com/… CloudFlare’s Warp VPN has Finally been Released — blog.cloudflare.com/…, nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… & www.imore.com/… Note that VPNs can provide encryption and […]

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Security Bits – 27 August 2019

Followups GitHub joins WebAuthn club — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Human Review of Voice Assistant Recordings: Facebook got humans to listen in on some Messenger voice chats — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Microsoft have humans review your conversations, and they’re not up for changing that fact: Microsoft won’t shift on AI recordings policy — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Humans may have been listening to […]

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Security Bits – 25 July 2019

Followups The Zoom webcam/webserver issue We now have confirmation that the vulnerability was also present in the RingCentral and Zhumu apps — www.imore.com/… Apple have rolled out an additional automatic security update to address the issues with these apps — www.macobserver.com/… Related Opinion: John Gruber addresses the question Isn’t [Apple’s response] “nonconsensual technology” too? in […]

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