Hundreds of Schools Still Vulnerable to WannaCry

Remember the SMB v1 vulnerability found, that was patched years ago? Public Organizations still haven’t plugged that hole including hundreds of servers at US public school systems. For the full episode, visit Host: Louis Maresca You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our full shows at Continue Reading

DAY[0] Episode #10 – Intel has done it again, ft. Zombies, Cats, and Windows exploits

Watch the DAY[0] podcast live on Twitch every Monday afternoon at 12:00pm PST (3:00pm EST) — Or subscribe to the audio podcast: [00:01:55] Frida 12.5 Released – [00:08:17] Damn Vulnerable Crypto Wallet – [00:16:40] Thangry Cat: https://😾😾😾.fm/ [00:23:11] Micro-Architectural Data Sampling Attacks – – ZombieLoad Continue Reading

How Does VoIP/UC Work?

Tim Titus, CTO of Path Solutions talks with Brian Chee about how VoIP/UC works to better understand how to troubleshoot problems. For the full episode, visit Host: Brian Chee Guest: Tim Titus You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our full shows at Subscribe: Products Continue Reading

WhatsApp bug allowed installation of spyware

WhatsApp has reportedly fixed a bug that allowed hackers to remotely install WhatsApp on phones.The vulnerability, documented on Facebook, describes the vulnerability in WhatsApp’s Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) stack that allowed the caller to allow the installation of commercial-grade spyware on the target number whether the call was answered Continue Reading

WhatsApp Hacked Explained in Hindi| Pegasus Spyware | NSO Group

Whatsapp has been hacked by some unknown hackers group by finding a buffer overflow vulnerability in VOIP stack. Now using Pegasus spyware developed by NSO Group as a payload. CVE-2019-3568 – Facebook Advisory – Financial Times Report – Lawsuit report – Russian Times Report on Pegasus Continue Reading