Microsoft’s patch for Windows 10 Hello Bypass Bus is defective.

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Black Hat: Microsoft’s Patch for Windows Hello Bypass Bug is Faulty, Researchers Say

Researchers show how to circumvent Microsoft’s Windows Hello biometric authentication using a spoofed USB camera.

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5 August 2021

MacOS Flaw in Telegram Retrieves Deleted Messages

Telegram declined to fix a scenario in which the flaw can be exploited, spurring a Trustwave researcher to decline a bug bounty and to disclose his findings instead.

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5 August 2021

Black Hat: Charming Kitten Leaves More Paw Prints

IBM X-Force detailed the custom-made “LittleLooter” data stealer and 4+ hours of ITG18 operator training videos revealed by an opsec goof.

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5 August 2021

Black Hat: Let’s All Help Cyber-Immunize Each Other

We’re selfish if we’re only mitigating our own stuff, said Black Hat USA 2021 keynoter Jeff Moss. Let’s be like doctors battling COVID and work for herd immunity.

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4 August 2021

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