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2018-04-06 | Third-party risk is your risk, Rank on Google for free, and DNS over Twitter
Friday, April 6
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3rd party risk anyone? Chatbot provider 7.ai reported a breach affecting Delta and Sears and others? But curiously waited a while to report it to them. Delta says it was a "small subset" of customers affected. More from Gizmodo on the breach and CNet says Best Buy was affected too.
Check out: @wongmjane's Facebook bug reports
Automattic, Adobe, Yahoo, Node.js and others disclosed reports in the past 24-hours.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Local news had a segment on the Delta hack and interviewed a local security company. Two of the employees at the company were showing how hacking is done! - @Maliciouslink
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Moxa industrial wireless networking gear vulnerabilities: In one case, attackers could potentially send commands to a device's operating system by using them as a username in a login attempt. In another, the private key for a Web server used to manage network devices could be retrieved through an HTTP GET request. Moxa reportedly patched these issues on 2018-04-03.
DNS over Twitter complements of Cloudflare
Russia seeking to block use of encrypted messaging app Telegram due to the company resisting to share encryption keys
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