Show notes: Risky Business #265

Links to this week's news stories!
November 30, 2012 -- 

Here are links to all news articles discussed in episode 265 of Risky Business!

Zero-day hotel keycard hack goes unfixed, now being used by Texas thieves | ExtremeTech

UN nuclear watchdog confirms data leak | ZDNet

Chrome Zero-Day Presentation Gives Way to Mandatory Military Service | threatpost

Google Repairs High-Risk Flaw in Chrome | threatpost

Cisco and "8 Diamonds" threaten Chinese security

Update: Attack on Romanian TLD Register led to Google, Yahoo Defacements and DNS Redirects | threatpost

DSD issues advice for executives tackling BYOD | ZDNet

Credit card companies' WikiLeaks block just fine, EU says | Security & Privacy - CNET News

Romanian hackers behind $30m Australian credit card theft - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Second person guilty in AT&T iPad prank hack - Hackers - SC Magazine Australia - Secure Business Intelligence,second-person-guilty-in-att-ipa...

Researcher reveals backdoor access in Samsung printers | ZDNet

Java Zero-Day Exploit on Sale for ‘Five Digits’ — Krebs on Security

Kaseya patches platform vulnerability - Web/client - SC Magazine Australia - Secure Business Intelligence,kaseya-patches-platform-vulnera...

Piwik Update Infected with Backdoor Malware | threatpost

Researcher Finds Nearly Two Dozen SCADA Bugs in a Few Hours' Time | threatpost

Symantec Warns of New Malware Targeting SQL Databases | threatpost


foxie.claire's picture

The hack has been pretty good so far. We all need to get the whole thing involved. - Feed the Children Reviews

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