Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including Pwn2Own 2017, Microsoft’s silence around February’s Patch Tuesday, and a nasty SAP bug.
Tag Archives: Yahoo breach
Yahoo Tells SEC Executives Failed to Act on Breach
Yahoo said in its latest SEC filing that executives and legal reps failed to act sufficiently on the information they had about breaches that exposed more than 1 billion account records.
Threatpost News Wrap, December 16, 2016
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week including Yahoo’s latest breach announcement, a DDoS-for-hire crackdown, hackers seeking help with Mirai, and some new Adobe patches.
US Reps Requesting Further Intel Around Yahoo Surveillance Story
U.S. representatives are asking Yahoo for clarity around a surveillance program mentioned in reports earlier this month.
Threatpost News Wrap, September 30, 2016
The latest on the Yahoo breach, Germany’s problem with WhatsApp-Facebook, Facebook’s osquery tool for Windows, and Zerodium’s $1.5M iOS bounty are all discussed.
Congressional Leaders Demand Answers on Yahoo Breach
A number of Democratic Congressional leaders wrote Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer a letter seeking answers about the breach of 500 million customer records.
Questions Mount Around Yahoo Breach
Crypto company Venafi points out potential holes in Yahoo’s processes and policies around cryptography and digital certificates, any of which could have been exploited in the breach to move data off the Yahoo network.
500 Million Yahoo Accounts Stolen By State-Sponsored Hackers
Yahoo confirmed that in 2014 state-sponsored hackers stole information associated with 500 million accounts from its network.
Yahoo Reportedly to Confirm Breach of Hundreds of Millions of Credentials
Yahoo is expected to confirm a data breach that exposed hundreds of millions of credentials dating back to 2012.