The news of the week is discussed, including the Gmail/Google Docs phishing attack, the Intel AMT vulnerability, IBM’s malware-laden USB drives, and drone security.
Researchers said good social engineering and users’ trust in the convenience afforded by the OAUTH mechanism guaranteed Wednesday’s Google Docs phishing attacks would spread quickly.
Google’s move will help protect your computer, but there are further steps you can take, too
If you’re clinging to an older version of Chrome, now is the time to update as Google is ending support for older versions
Google Tuesday disclosed the contents of eight National Security Letters it received between 2010 and 2015, becoming the latest company under reforms afforded by the USA Freedom Act to do so.
Google patched a hole in its Gmail verification system last week that allowed an attacker to hijack a targeted Google Gmail account.