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This week we discuss why Google abruptly pulled more than 500 Chrome extensions from its Web Store, the case of a man held in custody for refusing to decrypt two hard drives, and research detailing a number of security holes in Bluetooth chipsets. Greg Iddon plays host and producer this week and is joined by...
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A trio of researchers from Singapore just published a paper detailing a number of security holes they discovered in Bluetooth chips from several different vendors. The good news is that they disclosed the holes responsibly back in 2019 and waited 90 days – a sort-of industry standard period popularised by Google’s Project Zero team –...
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Far from protecting the security and privacy of Safari users as advertised, Apple’s much-vaunted Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) could leave them exposed to a raft of privacy issues, including – ironically – being tracked. That’s the surprising conclusion of a group of Google researchers who this week published a short but sharp proof-of-concept analysis of...
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This week we look at VPN vulnerabilities [11:13], dig into the Snake ransomware [23:11], and decide whether our phones are spying on us [32:09]. Mark also revisits his growing list of pet peeves and Anna tests whether getting deep fake feet to your phone via SMS is real. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos...
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