Trouble brews with the Tim Hortons app, Mandiant gets in a tussle with a Russian ransomware gang, and should good faith security researchers be at risk of prosecution?
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.
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- Double-double tracking: How Tim Hortons knows where you sleep, work and vacation — Financial Post.
- Report: Tim Hortons collected location data without consent — The Register.
- Joint investigation into location tracking by the Tim Hortons App — Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
- Mandiant: “No evidence” we were hacked by LockBit ransomware — Bleeping Computer.
- Department of Justice Announces New Policy for Charging Cases under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act — Dept of Justice.
- DOJ: Congress looked into CFAA updates but effort was stalled by extortion concerns — The Record.
- The (still) unanswered questions around the CFAA and ‘good faith’ security research — SC Magazine.
- Sex Education — Netflix.
- Forest fr1ends — Twitter.
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