Ring camera accounts breach: Amazon blames users, EFF respond!

Recently, digital intruders entered the Ring surveillance camera in the bedroom of an 8-year-old girl in Mississippi and started talking to her [1], then various other intrusions took place and it emerged that 3600 e-mail addresses, passwords, localizations and other personal data of Ring users were published online [4].

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My Weekly RoundUp #120

Few news this week: a couple of link about ransomware (Ryuk and Snatch), an interesting attack on Intel CPUs, a Windows 0day and a phishing attack on Office365.
Then, a security incident on S3 buckets and an interesting article about DNS over HTTPS.
Finally, some news about Cyberpunk, Cats and Wonder Woman 1984!

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Google and Facebook surveillance threatens human rights, Amnesty International says

Google and Facebook help connect the world and provide crucial services to billions users, but this services come at a systemic cost.

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