Just like last week I'm still on vacation, so minimal mode it is. I selected the stories that jumped out to me, but without summarising or heavy filtering. Enjoy!
There's a lot of uproar on the news itself, how it was disclosed and how valid the vulnerabilities are. I can't dig into all of it (vacation mode), but this article seems a good overview. This blogpost from Protonmail counters a lot of the hype as well.
- Hardcoded passwords found in Cisco enterprise software, again: link
- Adobe doles out second round of of higher priority patches: link
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