The story behind Microsoft's Patch Tuesday security update disaster. CyberX discovered a new large-scale cyber-reconnaissance operation targeting Ukraine targets: using vulnerabilities in Dropbox data traffic, DDL malware injection. Find out how easy it is to hack and steal an internet connected car. Chrome 56 update that hides connection certificate info. The future of Firefox add-ons. The lock screen of Win 10 leaking Clipboard contents. Project Zero's Windows flaw and NVIDIA Driver. pfSense and Ubiquity follow-ups. The MMU side-channel attack: it has nothing to do with chip flaws. ASLR will need your full attention.
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