KRACK! Has the Wi-Fi vulnerability got you worried? Did North Korea hack a British TV company to prevent a “slanderous farce” from being made? And what have Dutch police learnt from Pokémon?
All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Virus Bulletin's Martijn Grooten.
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- UK TV drama about North Korea hit by cyber-attack – BBC News
- The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More. – The New York Times
- Naked Attraction: Channel 4 show returns and viewers observe ‘missing detail’ on female contestants | The Independent
- ‘Krack’ wi-fi breach means every modern network and device is vulnerable to hack, researcher says – The Independent
- KRACK Attacks: Breaking WPA2
- KRACK Wi-Fi attack – the rules haven’t changed
- Policing in the future uses citizen detectives, Pokémon Go-like app
- Politiepokémon op komst – Telegraaf.nl
- Blokus – Wikipedia
- Blokee – Inspired by Blokus – Online Board Game
- The crooked timber of humanity – 1843 Magazine
- The Victorian Internet – tomstandage.com
- Watch 100 people try to eat durian, a fruit that smells like hot garbage
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