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2018-11-12 | ReplyAll looks at the Snapchat Thief, Blackberry + Cylance, and Voting machine manual encourages weak passwords
Monday, November 12
The ReplyAll podcast does an episode on SIM Swapping: The Snapchat Thief and Krebs profiles Phobia, a criminal hacker who hunted bugs and reported them responsibly while also running a service to scam the loopholes he found.
TWEET OF THE DAY
OMFG! Rome's airport (Aeroporti di Roma) is hijacking all my unencrypted HTTP traffic and inserting an iframe in every webpage I visit. THIS IS WHY YOU NEED SSL EVERYWHERE!! - @yassineaboukir
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Voting machine manual says weak passwords more better per Motherboard
Blackberry + Cylance? They’re talking says Business Insider
Amazon API Gateway Adds Support for AWS WAF. Love the quote from [Last Week in AWS]: “The ‘architecture of tomorrow’ gets the Internet defense technology of 1999”
Speaking of Amazon: They were ordered by a local New Hampshire judge to give up Echo recordings for a double murder case
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People spent all this time trying to defend elections from hackers, and in reality the threat was always politicians trying to delegitimize the count.