Why are students faking their own kidnappings? What’s the story behind Garmin’s ransomware attack? And a genetic genealogy website suffers a hack or two.
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 Ray [REDACTED]
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- Golden State Killer pleads guilty to 13 murders — BBC News.
- Joseph James DeAngelo — Wikipedia.
- Hackers Attacked Two Leading Genetic Genealogy Websites — Buzzfeed News.
- GEDmatch confirms data breach after users’ DNA profile data made available to police — TechCrunch.
- Garmin outage caused by confirmed WastedLocker ransomware attack — Bleeping Computer.
- Charges Announced in Malware Conspiracy — FBI.
- Garmin staggers back online after ransomware attack — Graham Cluley.
- Coronavirus: China warns students over 'risks' of studying in Australia — BBC News.
- Chinese students in Australia targeted in virtual kidnapping scam — BBC News.
- Chinese students in Australia are being targeted in kidnapping scams, police warn — South China Morning Post.
- Chinese Students in Australia Are Faking Their Own Kidnappings. Here’s Why — Vice.
- Doomsday Algorithm — Just in case you didn’t understand Ray’s explanation…
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