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2018-11-01 | The Conversation on the dark web, Stuck hacking? Read this, and Do voters even care about cybersecurity issues?
Thursday, November 1
CVE-2018-9411: Discovered by Zimperium’s Tamir Zahavi-Brunner. Focus on Critical vulnerability in multiple high-privileged Android services as a result of a vulnerability in a library introduced as part of Project Treble
TWEET OF THE DAY
there's a lot of F5'ing going on..wow - @gdead
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Candidates struggle to make cybersecurity an election issue interesting notes by Axios
The Conversation’s Robert Gehl dives into “the dark web”, not always “dark” in the way the media paints it
Honeywell surveyed 50 of its clients in and highlighted the use of USB drives (hello rubber ducky) for malware delivery.
Motherboard reports on more shoddy stalkerware products that leak private and personal information
Jobert Abma asks and answers: “What to do when you’re stuck hacking?”
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A more accurate connotation of “dark” in “dark web” is found in the phrase “going dark”—moving communications out of clear and public channels and into encrypted or more private ones.
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