Login chaos for England’s contact tracing service, our drill-down on the Britain’s Huawei 5G ban, MGM’s blockbuster breach, and how to pronounce “Gigabyte.”
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Maria Varmazis.
Plus we have a bonus featured interview with Scott Petry, the co-founder of Authentic8, all about how you can browse the internet safely, securely, and anonymously when conducting research, collecting sensitive evidence, and analyzing data.
- Coronavirus: Contact tracers in England 'locked out of accounts' — Sky News.
- TalkTalk’s ex-CEO Dido Harding heads up the UK’s Coronavirus tracing app… — Graham Cluley.
- Apparently Coronavirus-tracing scammers won’t sound professional… (Yeah, right!) — Graham Cluley.
- Huawei 5G kit must be removed from UK by 2027 — BBC News.
- US sanctions make Huawei more of a security risk, says leaked UK report — The Verge.
- A different future for telecoms in the UK — NCSC.
- Commerce Addresses Huawei’s Efforts to Undermine Entity List, Restricts Products Designed and Produced with U.S. Technologies — U.S. Department of Commerce.
- A hacker is selling details of 142 million MGM hotel guests on the dark web — ZDNet.
- How do you pronounce "Gigawatt"? — Waldo Jaquith on Twitter.
- Metric (SI) Prefixes — NIST.
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- In the No Part 1 — Radiolab.
- 21 OSINT Tools for Cyber Threat Intelligence — Authentic8.
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