By exploiting webcams and other IoT devices, hackers can spy on private and professional conversations, potentially giving them access to sensitive information, says BitSight. Image: Peter/Adobe Stock Imagine a cybercriminal hacking into an internet-facing webcam set up in your organization and spying on a meeting, a manufacturing process or an . . . Read more
02 Mar, 2023
2FA, Apple, Cryptography, cybercrime, Data loss, extortion, google, Hacking, lastpass, Law & order, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Ransomware, Security News
Rogue software packages. Rogue “sysadmins”. Rogue keyloggers. Rogue authenticators. Rogue ROGUES!
16 Feb, 2023
Apple, cybercrime, Exploit, Hacking, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, patch tuesday, podcast, Reddit, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
Latest episode – listen now! (Full transcript inside.)
19 Jan, 2023
bust, cracking, Cryptocurrency, cybercrime, data breach, Hacking, JWT, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Security News
As always: entertaining, informative and educational… and not bogged down with jargon! Listen (or read) now…
29 Dec, 2022
cybercrime, Data loss, Hacking, Malware, mdr, Naked Security Podcast, Peter Mackenzie, podcast, Ransomware, Security leadership, Security News
Listen now – you’ll be alarmed, amused and educated, all in equal measure. (Full transcript in article.)
That’s a mean average of $15,710 per bug… and 63 fewer bugs out there for crooks and rogues to find.
09 Dec, 2022
Apple, chrome, cybercrime, Edge, Exploit, google, Hacking, iOS, Law & order, Malware, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, Security News, Vulnerability
Breaches, exploits, busts, buffer overflows and bug hunting – entertaining and educational in equal measure.
A bit like leaving the front door keys under the doormat…
Is this the same suspect as before? Is he part of LAPSUS$? Is this the man who hacked Uber and Rockstar? And, if so, who else?
Uber is all over the news for a widely-publicised data breach. We help you answer the question, “How do I stop this happening to me?”