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WhatsApp? WhatsPatch? WhatsCrack? | WhatsApp Critical Flaw

A security researcher by the name of Gal Weizman from PerimeterX found multiple flaws within WhatsApp that could potentially lead to remote-code-execution (RCE). The flaws enabled vulnerabilities such as Open-Redirect, Persistent-XSS, CSP-Bypass and read privileges from the Local File System (LFS).

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Google Exposed Personal Photos

It has recently been reported that not long ago, last Thanksgiving, Google had a bug which caused personal photos to be shared to complete strangers. ‘The Chocolate Factory’ made note of this issue and began notifying users that there is a bug in Google Photos data-archiving tool, Takeout.

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BYOD policy: Good or bad for business

New research by Apricorn, into USB use, found that 80% of workers use non-encrypted USB drives on their work computers, which got us thinking about the potential dangers that could be lurking in your office every day.

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Patching Humans

In 2009, back when I was the Chief Information Security Officer for Gala Coral Group, I wrote that one of the hot topics for many Chief Information Security Officers was reducing the potential for Data Loss.

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