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2018-08-28 | Zero Day in Microsoft ALPC for Windows 10, MacOS synthetic reality, and The world’s oldest blockchain
Tuesday, August 28
ES&S response to Senators request to let Def Con security experts test its machines, and we’re paraphrasing: “talk to the spooks about the Russian hackers lurking in black hoodies”. Beau Woods has something to say about that along with Matt Blaze, Alex Stamos, and many others.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Data breaches recorded by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the UK have doubled since the introduction of GDPR, according to the commercial law firm EMW – a 160% rise from the 2,417 complaints recorded in 2017. - @DailySwig
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Something to look for at the next patch Tuesday: Unpatched ALPC Priv Esc Bug in Windows 10 x64 PoC
HaveIbeenPwned passwords are now available in NTLM form
The world’s oldest blockchain? The printed classified section of The New York Times.
Patrick Wardle on macOS synthetic reality and why Cupertino deserves some credit
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