I'm currently enjoying a vacation on the Belgian coast with my family, and I want to spend as much time as possible with them. So I've gathered the articles and news that seemed most interesting to me, but with less curation and summarisation than usual. I hope it's still valuable to you! Enjoy!
- Fingerprints of 1 million people exposed in public biometrics database: link.
- Choice Hotels leaks 700k customer records: link.
- Hacking forum spills rival’s 321,000 member database: link.
Symantec cannot handle the SHA-2 signing of the updates.
This one is really worth a read. It's on how Coinbase detected the use of two Firefox zero days against them and how they handled it. Kudos!
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.