Researchers reveal how your eyeglasses could be leaking secrets when you’re on video conferencing calls, we take a look at the recent data breaches involving Uber and Grand Theft Auto 6, and we cast an eye at what threats may be around the corner…
Bespectacled video conferencing participants have more to worry about than if their hair is uncombed or they have some spinach stuck between their teeth. According to newly-publicised research, they may also be unwittingly leaking sensitive informatio… Continue reading Reflections in your glasses can leak information while you’re on a Zoom call
Zoom users on macOS are being told once again to update their copy of the video-conferencing software after a security hole was found that could be exploited by hackers.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. Continue reading Mac users urged to update Zoom, after security patch released for previously-flawed security patch
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There’s many a slip ‘twixt the cup and the lip. Or at least between the TOC and the TOU… Continue reading Zoom for Mac patches critical bug – update now!
There’s a danger in security research that we’ve discussed a few times before. If you discover a security vulnerability on a production system, and there’s no bug bounty, you’ve likely …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: Good Faith, Easy Forgery, and I18N
Online accounts getting hijacked and misused is an everyday occurrence, but did you know that account pre-hijacking attacks are also possible? Inspired by previous research on preemptive account hijacking by way of single sign-on (SSO) technology, rese… Continue reading Account pre-hijacking attacks possible on many online services
With so many of us working from home over the last two years, it’s really become apparent that people generally dislike sitting all day with pants on. Until such a …read more Continue reading Why Get Dressed When There Are Software Pants?
Researchers have discovered several URL spoofing bugs in Box, Zoom and Google Docs that would allow phishers to generate links to malicious content and make it look like it’s hosted by an organization’s SaaS account. Many attacks are made possibl… Continue reading Researchers uncover URL spoofing flaws on Zoom, Box, Google Docs
A man loses $650,000 from his cryptocurrency wallet after his Apple iCloud account is hacked, video conferencing apps may not be muting your mic quite the way you imagined, and Google has unblurred military bases in Russia… or has it?