Security News: July 18, 2019 – Paul’s Security Weekly #612
July 19, 2019
Slack Resets User Passwords After 2015 Data Breach, Hacker Breached Sprint Customer Accounts Through Samsung Website, Why 72% of people still recycle passwords Why 100% of Security Weekly hosts drink, A.I. has a bias problem and that can be a big challenge in cybersecurity I'll bet some of us agree with this and some disagree. Why? Bias., and much more!
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One campaign posed as an HR department mandating vaccine information, another leveraged an XSS flaw to disguise a malicious download, and a third leveraged Verizon's Vzwpix service to mass-distribute emails.