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TThe Security box, podcast 46: q-link wireless updates, ransomware isn't going anywhere, billions of dollars and more
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Welcome to podcast 46 of the Security Box. On this podcast, Michael in Indiana is along with an update about a company we talked about in News Notes on podcast 39. We've got a topic dealing with a company that has been able to take advantage of the dark marketplace as they dominated this space very quietly since 2018. We've got a topic also on Ransomware forcing a major speaker manufacturer you all may be aware of, Bose. We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more. During the program, it was announced that we would be switching telephone companies. Our new number is 602-887-5198. 623-263-8934 will give you this new number, probably for several days, but no more than that.
- How Hydra, a Russian dark net market, made more than $1 billion in 2020 Cyberscoop
- Ransomware forced Bose systems offline, exposed personal data of 6 former employees Cyberscoop
- Shortages loom as ransomware hamstrings the world’s biggest meat producer Ars Technica
- Have I been Pwned goes open source, gets FBI data feed 9to5mac.com
- Fighting, screaming as alleged ATM scammer known as ‘The Shark’ is arrested in Mexico from Cyberscoop and Boss of ATM Skimming Syndicate Arrested in Mexico from Krebs on Security are covering the same thing in slightly different contexts. This is big news!
- Biden signs executive order to strengthen US cybersecurity from Ars Technica and Biden budget seeks $750 million to respond to SolarWinds compromises, plus billions more for cyber from Cyberscoop are related as Joe Biden seaks money to try and combat the horrific attacks of the past year.
- Actively exploited macOS 0-day let hackers take screenshots of infected Macs Ars Technica
- No, it doesn’t just crash Safari. Apple has yet to fix exploitable flaw Ars Technica
- IN Ars Technica