Androids pre-installed with malware – can the supply chain be trusted? Will WikiLeaks help vendors get zero-days fixed? And what on earth has the Kaspersky marketing department dreamt up this time?
Graham Cluley, Carole Theriault and special guest Nick FitzGerald discuss the latest news from the world of computer security.
- Preinstalled Malware Targeting Mobile Users – CheckPoint
- Chinese Android smartphone comes with malware pre-installed – Graham Cluley
- WikiLeaks says it will work with software vendors to fix CIA zero-day exploits… but when? – Graham Cluley
- Kaspersky launches a range of perfumes to, er, defend your odour – The Register
- Toilet hackers could snoop on your poop, steal data of a “personal nature” – Graham Cluley
- Beauty blogger Scarlett London launches Threat de Toilette in bid to stop youngsters oversharing online – The Sun
- Jackie Chan and Eugene Kaspersky – YouTube
- Packin’ the K music video – YouTube
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Special Guest: Nick FitzGerald.