This week's issue will unfortunately be a 'minimal mode' version due to lack of time on my part.
While we were visiting an amusement park a few days ago, my wife fell and tore a ligament. I'm in caretaker mode for her and our daughter, family first!
As usual in minimal mode, I selected the links that looked interesting to me, just with less curation and summaries than usual. I hope you still get value out of it. Enjoy!
- France's secure Telegram replacement hacked in an hour: link.
- Medical information of 150.000 rehab patients exposed: link.
- Hotspot finder app exposed 2 million Wi-Fi passwords: link.
- Bodybuilding.com discloses security breach: link.
$1.2 billion of those losses stem just from those "This is your CEO please wire this amount to that account please" scams.
Hacker could locate thousands of cars and kill their engines remotely via poorly-secured GPS tracking apps
After using 1Password Teams for several years, I finally moved my personal password vault to them as well. The UX and support are an order of magnitude better than where I came from.