KRACK! Has the Wi-Fi vulnerability got you worried? Did North Korea hack a British TV company? And what have Dutch police learnt from Pokémon?
All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Virus Bulletin editor Martijn Grooten.
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Smashing Security #048: 'KRACK, North Korea, and an 18th century cyber attack'
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2 comments on “Smashing Security podcast #048: KRACK, North Korea, and an 18th century cyber attack”
I have Norton Security which is ok. But now they are bombarding me to pay a great deal more to protect myself from Krack. I suspect they are taking the pxxx. Do you agree that I should ignore them.
As a 70 odd year old novice I would greatly appreciate your advice. Many thanks for your great service.
You shouldn't have to pay anyone to be "protected from KRACK", so I think your suspicion is correct.