When Ubiquiti suffered a hack the world assumed it was just a regular security breach, but the truth was much stranger… why are police happy that criminals keep using end-to-end encrypted messaging systems… and why is the Apple Watch being accused of crying wolf?
All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Mark Stockley.
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.
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- Ubiquiti tells customers to change passwords after security breach – ZD Net.
- “No way out” trailer – YouTube.
- Ubiquiti sues journalist, alleging defamation in coverage of data breach – Ars Technica.
- Man charged with Ubiquiti data breach and extortion was employee assigned to investigate hack – Bitdefender.
- Final Thoughts on Ubiquiti – Krebs on Security.
- Former Employee Of Technology Company Pleads Guilty To Stealing Confidential Data And Extorting Company For Ransom – Department of Justice.
- Dutch Police Read Messages of Encrypted Messenger ‘Exclu’ – Vice.
- Shock and applause for Apple Watch’s chilling real-life emergency call ad – Campaign Live.
- 911 call made from Apple Watch of Washington woman buried alive released – Yahoo! News.
- Apple Watch 8 series save yet another life – Live Mint.