We look at how Apple’s inconsistent patching policies for fixing security threats puts users at risk. We also discuss Facebook’s decision to shut down their facial recognition program, and an interesting “Trojan source” attack that could allow malware to be inserted into source code using invisible characters.
- Apple’s Privacy Features Have Cost Social Media Companies Nearly $10 Billion in Revenue
- Facebook Shuttering Facial Recognition System, Will Delete Data From Over a Billion Users
- NSO Group (creator of Pegasus spyware) placed on U.S. government blacklist
- ‘Trojan Source’ attack method can hide bugs into open-source code
- CISA creates catalog of known exploited vulnerabilities, orders agencies to patch
- CISA Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
- Apple’s Poor Patching Policies Potentially Make Users’ Security and Privacy Precarious
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