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2019-01-15 | Attack of the Cranes, Tesla at Pwn2Own, and RIP DerbyCon
Tuesday, January 15
Maybe the best thing to come along since Alexa and Google Home: the raspberry pi hack that will play white noise to keep the Circle from listening.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Pwn a Tesla, win a Tesla: Pwn2Own welcomes Tesla as first auto manufacturer to participate in the hacking challenge.
Attack of the Cranes: Trend Micro research highlighted in Thomas Brewster of Forbes
More than 80 certificates from federal websites have expired during the shutdown according to Marc Rogers, director of cybersecurity for Okta quoted in today’s Codebook.
RIP DerbyCon :(
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