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2018-12-03 | MITM regardless of HTTPS, FBI’s fake FedEx site, and AWS Security Hub
Monday, December 3
Sennheiser HeadSetup software included a self-signed root certificate installed by version 7.3 of the app that kept the private cryptographic key in a format that could be easily extracted. Reporting by Ars Technica’s Dan Goodin. Kinda related, Detectify published a blog on how MITM is possible regardless of HTTPS.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Krebs on the Marriott data breach, listing it as the latest in a series of hospitality company breaches
For a longer read, last week Motherboard’s Joseph Cox covered how the FBI created fake FedEx site to catch a cybercriminal and other tactics
Amazon announced at Re:Invent: AWS Security Hub where you can get high-priority security alerts and compliance status across AWS accounts
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