Twitter shares explicit photos without users’ permission, one US company can look forward to a $1.4 billion payout seven years after an infamous cyberattack, and how might hackers target Eurovision?
All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by cybersecurity reporter John Leyden.
Plus don’t miss our featured interview with Outpost24’s John Stock.
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.
John Leyden – @jleyden
- Introducing Twitter Circle, a new way to Tweet to a smaller crowd – Twitter.
- Twitter Circles Is Broken, Revealing Nudes Not Meant For The General Public – Buzzfeed News.
- Insurers can’t use ‘act of war’ excuse to avoid Merck’s $1.4B NotPetya payout – The Register.
- What is Hostile or Warlike?: An in-depth look at the Merck war exclusion decision and its shortfalls – Kennedys Law.
- Eurovision voting scandal: Six juries cheated and voted for each other – EuroVision World.
- Eurovision: MP seeks assurances contest voting will be protected from Russian threats – Sky News.
- Fears pro-Russian hackers could ruin Eurovision by disrupting broadcasts and silencing the song contest next week – Daily Mail.
- Cyber security experts hope to protect Eurovision voting from possible Russian threat – ITV News.
- The technology of the Eurovision Song Contest – Technology and Engineering.
- Cyber security experts hope to protect Eurovision voting from possible Russian threat – Eurovision News.
- Eurovision voting scandal: Six juries cheated and voted for each other – Eurovision News.
- Eurovision 2023: Tickets for Liverpool sell out after huge demand – BBC News.
- Eurovision 2023: Hotel phishing scam targets song contest fans – BBC News.
- “My Lovely Horse”, Father Ted’s Eurosong contest entry 1996 – YouTube.
- Doctor Who: Tony Hadoke’s Time Travels podcast.
- Toby Hadoke.
- Carole Theriault art gallery – Carole Theriault’s art website.
- Carole Theriault and John Hawes exhibition – Oxfordshire Artweeks.
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- Outpost24 – Understand your shadow IT risk with a free attack surface analysis.
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Theme tune: “Vinyl Memories” by Mikael Manvelyan.
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