Uber, Rockstar, and crystal balls • Graham Cluley


Researchers reveal how your eyeglasses could possibly be leaking secrets and techniques once you’re on video conferencing calls, we check out the latest information breaches involving Uber and Grand Theft Auto 6, and we solid an eye fixed at what threats could also be across the nook…

All this and far far more is mentioned within the newest version of the “Smashing Safety” podcast by laptop safety veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by The Register’s Iain Thomson.

Plus – don’t miss our featured interview with Sal Aurigemma, the college director of the Grasp of Science in Cyber Safety program on the College of Tulsa.




Hosts:

Graham Cluley – @gcluley
Carole Theriault – @caroletheriault

Visitor:

Iain Thomson – @iainthomson

Episode hyperlinks:

  • “Iain Unique”, Iain Thomson’s dress-up homage to Joe Unique, the Tiger King – Twitter.
  • “Non-public Eye: On the Limits of Textual Display Peeking by way of Eyeglass Reflections in Video Conferencing” – Analysis paper by Yan Lengthy, Chen Yan, Shilin Xiao, Shivan Prasad, Wenyuan Xu, and Kevin Fu.
  • “We saved you a seat in chat” – Moderately giant textual content on the Twitch web site.
  • Stalker zoomed in on Japanese idol’s eyes to search out out the place she lived – Graham Cluley.
  • Uber is searching for extra safety workers – Twitter.
  • Uber explains the way it was pwned this month, factors finger at Lapsus$ gang – The Register.
  • Uber’s hacker *irritated* his approach into its community, stole inner paperwork – Graham Cluley.
  • Safety replace – Uber.
  • Grand Theft Auto 6 maker confirms supply code, vids stolen in cyber-heist – The Register.
  • Cybersecurity Consciousness Month – CISA.
  • The scary way forward for the web: How the tech of tomorrow will pose even larger cybersecurity threats – ZDNet.
  • U.S. Authorities Spending Billions on Cybersecurity – Hacker Information.
  • The Mitchells vs The Machines trailer – YouTube.
  • The Mitchells vs The Machines – Netflix.
  • NASA is able to knock an asteroid off target with its DART spacecraft – New Scientist.
  • DART’s Small Satellite tv for pc Companion Takes Flight Forward of Influence – NASA.
  • Search and discover UK Defibrillator Areas close to you now – HeartSafe.
  • Apply for a component funded Public Entry Defibrillator – British Coronary heart Basis.
  • Defibrillator information for first time consumers – St John’s Ambulance.
  • Each faculty can have a life-saving defibrillator by 22/23 – Gov.UK.
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Graham Cluley is a veteran of the anti-virus trade having labored for plenty of safety corporations because the early Nineteen Nineties when he wrote the primary ever model of Dr Solomon’s Anti-Virus Toolkit for Home windows. Now an unbiased safety analyst, he frequently makes media appearances and is an worldwide public speaker on the subject of laptop safety, hackers, and on-line privateness.

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