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2018-06-27 | WPA3 certification begins, Rancor cyber espionage group, and Thanatos Decryptor
Wednesday, June 27
The Wi-Fi Alliance is beginning to certify products that support WPA3. Daniel Miessler notes two major upgrades to security: 1) it makes it harder to do offline brute-forcing, and 2) it implements forward secrecy so that even if you do get access to some data it'll be a much smaller amount.
TWEET OF THE DAY
So here's the hard facts - I'm dipping into my pocket every week to the tune of... $7.40 for you guys to do 54M searches against a repository of half a billion passwords :) - @troyhunt
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 details research on a new cyber espionage group dubbed RANCOR, which has been targeting political entities in Singapore, Cambodia, and Thailand.
Thanatos Decryptor: Cisco’s Talos releases a free decryption tool to help victims recover from the Thanatos malware
Exigent circumstances legal loophole could be used by law enforcement to download cell phone data without a warrant
FastBooking breach reported by Bleeping Computer
Gary is a hacker and proud of it
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