Uber, Vulnerable Banking Apps, and Bluetooth – Paul’s Security Weekly #539

December 11, 2017
In the news, a new Windows evasion technique, naked rowers, undetectable malware, social engineering from your shed and banking apps vulnerable to MITM attacks.

Paul's Stories

  1. Uber Paid 20-Year-Old Florida Hacker $100,000 to Keep Data Breach Secret
  2. Process Doppelgnging: New Malware Evasion Technique Works On All Windows Versions
  3. Naked rowers calendar hit by denial-of-service attack following Russia 'ban'
  4. Newly Revealed Flaw in Intel Processors Allows Undetectable Malware
  5. Man turns shed into top rated restaurant on TripAdvisor
  6. Banking Apps Found Vulnerable to MITM Attacks
  7. Apple gets around to patching all the other High Sierra security holes

Larry's Stories

  1. Bluetooth enabled GUN SAFE hax.
  2. MailSploit, for when you need to sploit mail clients with your SE campaign
  3. IoT security with Microsoft
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