Welcome to another edition of the Security Box. I know, I know, the RSS already got its copy, why haven't we gotten ours when we can't access RSS?
Part of it is that I've been a bit on the busy side which is good, but that is no excuse. The good news is that it is here, and I've got the link for you too.
Don't fret, this isn't the only thing I've neglected, trust me.
Here is the download link (113.9mb) for you to have.
Here are the links as part of our show notes.
Welcome to the security box, podcast 50. On the big 50th episode, we've got quite a bit of news notes to cover this week. Besides that, we're continuing with Phishlabs and their ongoing rundown of the Q1 Intelligence Report, this time, talking about free tools and their abuse. We hope that users find this of interest like I did. Of course, the lines of communication are always open whether on the show or podcast.
Sans News Bites
- Sans News Bites for June 25th, 2021 covers tons of stuff including Del, Vmware and more
- MyBook Users Urged to Unplug Devices from Internet Krebs on Security
- “I’m totally screwed.” WD My Book Live users wake up to find their data deleted Ars Technica
- Hackers are using bootleg copies of 'Grand Theft Auto V' game to mine Monero Cyberscoop
- Tulsa police say 18,000 files are leaked after Conti ransomware hack Cyberscoop
- NFC flaws let researchers hack an ATM by waving a phone Ars Technica via Wired
- John McAfee found dead after Spanish court approved extradition to US Cyberscoop
- Andrii Kolpakov, who supervised hackers for FIN7, sentenced to 7 years in prison Cyberscoop
- Ukrainian Police Nab Six Tied to CLOP Ransomware Krebs On Security
- First American Financial Pays Farcical $500K Fine Krebs on Security
- Russian hackers breached Microsoft customer support to try phishing targets in 36 countries Cyberscoop