Security Now

Mar 8th 2016

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CacheBleed

Steve Gibson takes a look at the CacheBleed attack.
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A brief Apple decryption dispute update, the first Mac OS X ransomware strikes, will quantum computing mean the end of encryption?  Verizon gets a barely noticeable slap on the wrist, Facebook missed a huge security hole, next-gen fingerprint spoofing with an inkjet printer, John McAfee, RSA, a wonderfull Let's Encrypt milesotone, and a look at the CacheBleed attack.

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