Security daily (25-05-2020)

The Civil Service’s rogue tweet about “Truth Twisters”

You can have a strong, unique password, you can have multi-factor authentication in place, but good luck preventing a member of your social media team ‘going rogue’. (Graham Cluley)

What is the dark web? Your questions answered, in plain English

Watch this new video from our YouTube channel - the dark web explained without jargon or judgment. (Naked Security)

Monday review – the hot 16 stories of the week

From virtual machine ransomware to changes in Signal secure messaging - and everything in between. It's your weekly roundup time. (Naked Security)

New Tool Can Jailbreak Any iPhone and iPad Using An Unpatched 0-Day Bug

The hacking team behind the "unc0ver" jailbreaking tool has released a new version of the software that can unlock every single iPhone, including those running the latest iOS 13.5 version.

Calling it the first zero-day jailbreak to be released since iOS 8, unc0ver's lead developer Pwn20wnd said "every other jailbreak released since iOS 9 used 1day exploits that were either patched in the next (The Hacker News)

ThreatList: People Know Reusing Passwords Is Dumb, But Still Do It

Even seeing data breaches in the news, more than half of consumers are still reusing passwords. (Threatpost)

70 Percent of Mobile, Desktop Apps Contain Open-Source Bugs

A lack of awareness about where and how open-source libraries are being used is problematic, researchers say. (Threatpost)


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