Josh tells us about the RSA security conference, and there are some new vulnerabilities that affect processors; one even has its own website. We also bring you some news about Facebook using phone numbers when they said they wouldn't, and Firefox's new secure file-transfer service.
- RSA Conference
- Josh's article, RSA Conference 2019 Highlights: A Mac Perspective
- "I Am Root": A Retrospective on a Severe Mac Vulnerability
- If you want online privacy, change your phone number immediately
- Two-Factor Authorization Apps for iOS
- Mozilla launches its free, encrypted file-sharing service, Firefox Send
- Apple's Mail Drop (sorry, I said AirDrop in the podcast)
- You. Shall. Not. Pass... word: Soon, you may be logging into websites using just your phone, face, fingerprint or token
- Why 'ji32k7au4a83' Is a Remarkably Common Password
- Thunderbolt 3 'Thunderclap' vulnerabilities let malicious peripherals attack a Mac's memory
- SPOILER alert, literally: Intel CPUs afflicted with simple data-spewing spec-exec vulnerability
- All Intel chips open to new Spoiler non-Spectre attack: Don't expect a quick fix
- SPOILER: Speculative Load Hazards Boost Rowhammer and Cache Attacks (PDF)
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