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2018-08-29 | Phreaking in the 21st Century, Instagram’s new 2FA, and When is AWS going to better protect the metadata service?
Wednesday, August 29
KrebsonSecurity writes about a flaw in Fiserv, the fintech giant that provides white-label banking core software exposed customer data at hundreds of banks. Some good dialogue on Brian’s LinkedIn post.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Phreaking in the 21st century: ArsTechnica reports on DARPA funded research recently presented at CRYPTO 2018 conference. Dubbed “Synthesia”, the researchers say they’ve developed a side-channel attack that can reveal the contents of a remote screen based solely on "content-dependent acoustic leakage from LCD screens”.
Does DevSecOps need more tooling? Lawrence Heicht references two studies in this TheNewStack article.
Scott Piper asks, “when is AWS going to better protect the metadata service”?
A new malspam, "Shipping Docs" has been reported, pushing the DarkComet RAT
Instagram announces improved two-factor authentication and a few other security-related features.
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