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2018-06-19 | Quick Look macOS cache bug, Google Home and Chromecast privacy leak, and Olympic Destroyer is back
Tuesday, June 19
The threat group responsible for targeting the Pyeongchang Olympic games, dubbed Olympic Destroyer, is apparently back reports Kaspersky Lab. Targets include financial institutions and biological threat prevention labs.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Spotify keeps suggesting that I add Lana Del Rey songs to my Inexplicably Not Lana Del Rey playlist. I think we have some time before the AIs rise, rebel, and replace humanity. - @evacide
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Quick Look cache bug in macOS reported earlier in the month is a bit worse than thought according to Patrick Wardle.
Salesforce’s Benioff says we need a National Data Privacy Law
Google is expected to fix a location privacy leak in Google Home and Chromecast per Krebs on Security.
Wendy Batten writes about the importance of community for cybersecurity pros in SecurityIntelligence blog.
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