Are you sick of Anonymous-related news? Well, I am. In this week’s WatchGuard Security Week in Review, I purposely ignore Anonymous stories to talk about other security news. If you are interested in new government cyber policies, major web breaches, or FBI controlled malware networks, watch this week’s episode below.
If you’d rather read, the Episode Reference section contains links for this week’s stories. I’ve even thrown in links for this week’s Anonymous stories, even though I ignore them in the video.
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- RSA public key weakness primarily affects embedded devices – The Register
- More technical blog post from actual researcher – Freedom to Tinker
- FCC chairman says ISP should protect customers – Help Net Security
- Obama administration privacy bill – Computer World
- FBI wants to extend DNSChanger safety net shutdown – The Register
- Philips Electronics web site breach – The Hacker News
- Twilight Author’s site hijacked and serving malware – Softpedia
- EXTRA: Missing Anonymous stories:
- NSA says Anonymous could threaten the power grid (FUD) – Wall Street Journal
- Another view of NSA’s Anonymous power grid claim – Gizmodo
- Anonymous breaches LA police network – LA Weekly
- Anonymous Defaces and breaches FTC site – Information Week
- Anonymous (OpMexico) hacks Tabasco state website – International Business Times