Blog Digest November 2021

Blog Digest November 2021

Cybersecurity Winter is coming

Marc Ruef
by Marc Ruef
on November 26, 2021
time to read: 4 minutes

The scip Blog Digest is a monthly released summary of the most important, thrilling and crazy posts from the international blogosphere. While reading this digest it remains very easy to keep up to date with the events of cybersecurity and advanced technology. Follow our team on Twitter and the company on LinkedIn, to get the most recent news.

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6 Potential Long-Term Impacts of a Data Breach

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Adorable redesigned emojiincluding Clippyincluded in latest Windows 11 update

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AI-driven adaptive protection against human-operated ransomware

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Apple sues NSO Group to curb the abuse of state-sponsored spyware

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As ransomware attacks rise, US government advice to protect K-12 schools is ‘vastly outdated’

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Beg Bounties

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From Thanos to Prometheus: When Ransomware Encryption Goes Wrong

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Huge fines and a ban on default passwords in new UK law

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iPhone Acquisition Methods Compared

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Iraqi PM Safe After Drone Attack on Residence, Military Says

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Massive cyber heist rocks high society jeweller Graff

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Password usage analysis of brute force attacks on honeypot servers

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SolarWinds Investors Allege Board Knew About Cybersecurity Risks Ahead of Massive Breach

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Someone Made a Pirate Bay for NFTs

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Some Tesla owners unable to unlock cars due to server errors

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Trojan Source Bug Threatens the Security of All Code

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What Are the Ethics of an Implant That Delivers Pleasure Directly Into Your Brain?

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Why Facebook keeps collecting people’s data and building their profiles even when their accounts are deactivated

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Zuckerberg Announces Fantasy World Where Facebook Is Not a Horrible Company

About the Author

Marc Ruef

Marc Ruef has been working in information security since the late 1990s. He is well-known for his many publications and books. The last one called The Art of Penetration Testing is discussing security testing in detail. He is a lecturer at several universities, like ETH, HWZ, HSLU and IKF. (ORCID 0000-0002-1328-6357)

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