The Host Unknown trio are not known for much, and certainly not for being social justice warriors. This episode might therefore surprise you as they discuss serious privacy concerns, free services and morons in Texas. Then again, it probably won't.
This week in Infosec
Not liberated from the “today in infosec” twitter account:
12th February 2009:
2009: Microsoft announced a $250,000 reward for info resulting in the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the Conficker worm. As of 2018, Microsoft's offer was still open.
Billy Big Balls
After the failure of the Facebook Phone, get ready for a Facebook Watch
Rant of the Week
Password manager LastPass is making its free accounts effectively useless by limiting account holders to one type of device, leaving millions of users stranded.
John Deere being dicks:
Nearly Two-Thirds of CVEs Are Low Complexity
Police Reportedly Arrest Egregor Ransomware Members
Yandex Insider Breach Hits Nearly 5000 Inboxes
Duo Charged with Multimillion-Dollar Dark Web Drugs Scheme
Microsoft: 1000+ Hackers Worked on SolarWinds Campaign
Centreon: Sandworm Attacks Targeted Legacy Open Source Product
NHS Phishing Scam Promises #COVID19 Vaccine
Singtel Breach Hits 129,000 Customers
Two More Lazarus Group Members Indicted for North Korean Attacks
Javvad’s Weekly Stories
Tweet of the Week