My Weekly RoundUp #119

Last week was challenging: i left my old job and started in the same role in a new company.
But, despite I haven’t had much spare time for reading my RSS feeds, I was able to collect some interesting news, especially related to cybersecurity.
So, this week let’s talk about malware: Emotet, ZeroCleare and a malicious software related to Lazarus APT group.
Then, some issues on unix VPN stacks and, GoAhed webserver, Python libraries and Heroku.
Further, some privacy related news, focused on iPhone geolocalization and TikTok app.
Finally, and interesting article about robots!

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My Weekly RoundUp #117

Sure, the main event of this week was the launch of Tesla Cybertruck, but I’ve also other interesting topics, for example WordPress sites under attack, Roboto Linux botnets, Mac malware related to Lazarus and Nextcry, a ransonware that targets Nextcloud instances.
Then some privacy relevant news related to GPS and DuckDuckGo, programming topics on Python and GitHub and finally some news about Doctor Who, The Mandalorian and Star Trek.

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My Weekly RoundUp #116

The week kicked off with the launch of Disney+, but also other things happened!

So let’s not waste time, and let’s start to talk about WhatsApp, ZoneAlarm, Telegram, Python, Java and JQuery,

Further, some news about Elon Musk‘s Neuralink, a controversial update on Google Chrome and some problems for Vodafone India.

Finally, some news about privacy: the benefits of a Dumb Phone and the usual concerns related to Facial Recognition.

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Court forces e-mail provider Tutanota to release unencrypted messages

The e-mail provider Tutanota advertises to be the “world’s most secure e-mail service”.
The company offers encrypted e-mail communication and claims to have six million customers relying on this security promise.

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Vulnerabilities in 5G protocol may allows to track users and make fake emergency alerts

Security researchers at Purdue University and the University of Iowa have found new vulnerabilities that can be used to track a victim’s real-time location, spoof emergency alerts or silently disconnect a phone from the 5G network.

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