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Smart speakers born with BlueBorne - This week in cybersecurity

Too busy working to keep up with cybersecurity news this week? Here’s a round-up of the top stories from the cyberscape.

By: Anthony Gil

Smart speakers born with BlueBorne - This week in cybersecurity

Years after regulatory crackdown, some security cameras still open to hackers

Cybersecurity start-up claims flaws allow access to people’s video feeds

Amazon Echo, Google Home Vulnerable to BlueBorne Attacks

Amazon Echo and Google Home devices are vulnerable to attacks exploiting a series of recently disclosed Bluetooth flaws dubbed “BlueBorne.”

Google Play Store Sees Sudden Surge of Malicious Apps

The Google Play Store is seeing a wave of malware-infested apps like never before. Four separate security companies have reported —or are preparing to release reports— on malware campaigns currently underway via Android apps available on the Play Store. 

Forever 21 reports data breach, failed to turn on POS encryption

The clothing retailer Forever 21 reported today that some of its payment card systems had been breached when the installed encryption was not activated. 

Forbes '30 Under 30' Conference Website Exposed Attendees' Personal Information

A former honoree discovered a security flaw in Forbes’ system that revealed phone numbers, emails, and date of birth. 

WikiLeaks Starts Releasing Source Code For Alleged CIA Spying Tools

The secret-spilling organization launches a new series where it will release the source code of alleged CIA tools from the Vault 7 series.

​Beware North Korea's most powerful weapon

With all the talk associated with North Korea's prospects of launching a nuclear attack, there is often an overlooked, existential threat that continues to fly under the radar - cyber attacks.




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