by Paul Ducklin Security holes in WordPress plugins that could allow other people to poke around your WordPress site are always bad news. Even if all you’re running is a basic setup that doesn’t have customer accounts and doesn’t collect or process any personal information such as names and email . . . Read more
by Paul Ducklin There are plenty of military puns in operating system history. Unix famously has a whole raft of personnel known as Major Number, who organise the batallions of devices such as disk drives, keyboards and webcams in your system. Microsoft once struggled with the apparently incompetent General Failure, . . . Read more
16 Mar, 2023
cybercrime, Data loss, Firefox, google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Naked Security Podcast, Outlook, patch tuesday, podcast, Privacy, Security News, SHEIN, Vulnerability
by Paul Ducklin THE PRICE OF FAST FASHION Lucky Thirteen! The price of fast fashion. Firefox fixes. Feature creep fail curtailed in Patch Tuesday. No audio player below? Listen directly on Soundcloud. With Paul Ducklin and Chester Wisniewski. Intro and outro music by Edith Mudge. You can listen to us . . . Read more
It’s not exactly data theft, but it’s worrying close to “unintentional treachery” – apparently because it’s great for marketing purposes
23 Feb, 2023
2FA, Coinbase, crypto, Cryptocurrency, cybercrime, Data loss, GoDaddy, Malware, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, Security News, twitter
Latest episode – listen now! Top-notch advice for cybersecurity, both at work and at home.
Once more, it’s time for Shakespeare’s words: Once more unto the breach…
Four straight-talking tips to improve your online security, whether you’re a LifeLock customer or not.
The crooks now know who you are, where you live, which computers are yours… and they got those password vaults, too.
A picture is worth 1024 words – we clicked through so you don’t have to.
15 Dec, 2022
0-day, Apple, Ben-Gurion University, Data loss, iOS, Malware, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, Security News, skimming, supply chain, Vulnerability, zero day
Return o’ the rookit, super-sneaky wireless spyware, credit card skimming, and patches galore. Listen and learn!