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Android “StrandHogg” – Security Now 743



Ransomware für Pflegeheime, kostenloses Win10-Upgrade
Die Geschichten dieser Woche

• Mit diesem Trick kann weiterhin jeder kostenlos auf Windows 10 upgraden
• HP SSDs fallen nach 32768 Stunden aus
• Die EU ist nicht erfreut über ein mögliches US-Verschlüsselungsverbot
• Die formelle Erlaubnis der US-Regierung zum Hacken
• 110 Pflegeheime wurden durch einen Ransomware-Angriff in Mitleidenschaft gezogen
• Firefox drängt ernsthaft darauf, Signalverluste zu verfolgen
• Neue Probleme mit Windows-DLLs
• Die StrandHogg-Sicherheitsanfälligkeit
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10 comments

  1. If I was an advertiser I would put a stipulation that my ad be no longer than 1.5 mins. Otherwise, people start to become annoyed.

  2. The concept of E.U. encryption has origin in their new Air Traffic Control systems. I came across this when I did my graduate capstone this year in Kabul. I mentioned the encryption vs nonstandard x5 protocol. Also, the EU vs NATO vs US types of national security and data privacy. In the end I recommended an Artificial Intelligence from Saab, specifically for Air Traffic Control (ADSB). I also recommended a thorium salt reactor and a spacex cargo rocket…

  3. All ransomware is a yikes and a ouch lol

  4. if a large company still gives you something for free ( windows 10 ) i just don't trust it.. i have a feeling that when everybody is on the Win10 wagon, the complete OS will become one big giant ADVERTISING os… just like digital tv has become even if you pay for it.

  5. Microsoft's intended perceived stance on free Win10 upgrade…

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it (whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa)

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it, never gonna get it

    Never gonna get it, never get it

    What actually happened:

    I gotcha, uh huh, huh

    You thought I didn't see ya now, didn't ya, uh huh, huh

    You tried to sneak by me now, didn't ya, uh huh, huh

    Now gimme what you promised me, give it here

    Come on

  6. Yes, You can download: Update / Media Creation Tool, if you visiting the site with Windows user agent (Win 10 works as well). Otherwise the site will serve you links for direct iso downloads.

  7. Actually, the correct spelling is "strandhugg"!

  8. 1:57:47 I think Leo is a bit off base with his comments about CamScanner.

    CamScanner was, and still is, a legitimate app. (I read this…I have no first hand info about this.) What happened was an exploit with their third party advertising supplier that served ads for the free version. CamScanner removed the problem code from the free version and the app is still available in the Google Play store. This malware problem didn't affect the paid version of the app, because it didn't have the third party advertising code.

    Although not exactly the same, we've seen risk from malware by visiting legitimate mainstream websites because of third party advertising platforms. A risk mitigated by ad blocking.

    So I think a better tip than only use Google apps is to opt for the ad free version of an app rather than to fear using anything not from Google.

    I have no affiliation with CamScanner in any way. I'm not even a user. But I have looked at several apps to make PDFs with and CamScanner was one of them.

    And finally, I could be off base here if I've been misinformed about this app.

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