Apple's clickless exploit.
A zero-click exploit affects iPhones belonging to Kaspersky employees. A GRU cyber campaign incorporates novel malware. The Indian government targets Apple over hacking attempts. Microsoft disables App Installer. Australian courts’ AV is compromised. A BlackBasta decryptor is released. Cyber Toufan claims attacks against Israeli targets. Patients in Oklahoma face online extortion. LoanCare customers’ data is at risk. Google settles a private browsing lawsuit. Barracuda patches a zero-day. That Chinese spy balloon was making a local call. And then Caleb Barlow, a friend of our show, shares password security tips you should know.
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Caleb Barlow, CEO of Cyberbit, joins us today to share helpful tips to remember those passwords.
Russian Military Intelligence Blamed for Blitzkrieg Hacks (GovInfo Security)
India targets Apple over its phone hacking notifications (Washington Post)
New Black Basta decryptor exploits ransomware flaw to recover files (Bleeping Computer)
Integris Health patients get extortion emails after cyberattack (Bleeping Computer)
AG: Corewell Health reports another data breach; affects 1 million patients (The Oakland Press)
Barracuda fixed a new ESG zero-day exploited by Chinese group UNC4841 (Security Affairs)
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