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2018-07-10 | DC metro remains vulnerable to attacks, Researchers can bypass Apple’s new USB restricted mode, and Luke Skywalker help desk meme
Tuesday, July 10
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Washington Post reports that the DC Metro remains vulnerable to attacks that could imperil safety and day-to-day operations according to a classified inspector general’s report.
Certificates stolen from Taiwanese tech-companies misused in Plead malware campaign reports We Live Security.
Macys.com and Bloomingdales.com reported that an unauthorized party used stolen usernames and passwords to log into the online accounts of certain customers.
Trustwave sued for 3rd time for failing to detect malware on a client's network according to the suit, Bleeping Computer reports.
AT&T is acquiring Alien Vault for an undisclosed amount
Luke Skywalker help desk meme. Worth the click.
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