Strange goings-on on LinkedIn, Ukraine publishes a list of alleged Russian FSB agents, and police in Pittsburgh investigate an odd report of an active shooter.
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 The Lazarus Heist’s Geoff White.
Smashing Security #268: 'LinkedIn deepfakes, doxxing Russian spies, and a false alarm'
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Graham Cluley – @gcluley
Carole Theriault – @caroletheriault
Geoff White – @geoffwhite247
- North Korea tests its ‘largest intercontinental ballistic missile’ — YouTube.
- LinkedIn Professional Community Policies — LinkedIn.
- Community Report — LinkedIn.
- The latest marketing tactic on LinkedIn: AI-generated faces — NPR.
- List of FSB agents — Ukraine Ministry of Defence.
- How the Dutch foiled Russian 'cyber-attack' on OPCW — BBC News.
- Boris Nemtsov: Murdered Putin rival 'tailed' by agent linked to FSB hit squad — BBC News.
- Police: Autocorrected text triggered large police presence on Pittsburgh’s North Side — WPXI.
- Pickle me up: Hilarious autocorrect fails, from Krispy Koreans to wet, sloppy kids — Daily Mail.
- After Life — Netflix.
- After Life trailer — YouTube.
- "Time on Rock – A Climber's Route into the Mountains" by Anna Fleming — Canongate Books.
- Severance — Apple TV.
- Severance trailer — YouTube.
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