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Android Security Patches Released

Looking forward to receiving updates in 13 months: (via PCW) Android gets patches for critical flaws in media handling, hardware drivers / http://www.pcworld.com/article/3193817/security/android-gets-patches-for-critical-flaws-in-media-handling-hardware-drivers.html

See also: Android Security Bulletin—May 2017

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USB Shipped with Malware

Getting more than you want for your money: (via ZDNet) IBM warns of malware on USB drives shipped to customers / http://www.zdnet.com/article/ibm-warns-of-malware-on-usb-drives-shipped-to-customers/

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DoS Hijacking Routers

DoS vulnerability: (via PCW) Flaws let attackers hijack multiple Linksys router models / http://www.pcworld.com/article/3191385/security/flaws-let-attackers-hijack-multiple-linksys-router-models.html

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When Outsourcing Gets Hacked

When your outsourcing gets hacked: (via PCW) Chinese hackers go after third-party IT suppliers to steal data / http://www.pcworld.com/article/3187362/security/chinese-hackers-go-after-third-party-it-suppliers-to-steal-data.html | #SaaS #PaaS

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When ED and Hacking Collide

So essentially the Russians were targeting key people: diplomats, executives, reporters, and those researching erectile dysfunction? I have nothing more to say. I'm sure the reader can make their own comments:


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