A gallery is tricked into giving millions to a fraudster, software tells doctors to push opioids onto patients, and an artist finds a novel way to trick Google Maps into thinking there’s a traffic jam.
All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, who ended up recording without a guest this week.
- Fraudsters Posing as Art Dealer Got Gallery to Pay Millions — Bloomberg.
- ‘Hampstead Heath, Harrow in the Distance’, John Constable, David Lucas, published 1855 — Tate.
- Electronic Health Records Vendor to Pay $145 Million to Resolve Criminal and Civil Investigations — Department of Justice.
- In secret deal with drugmaker, health-records tool pushed opioids — Los Angeles Times.
- Practice Management Software — Practice Fusion.
- Opioid epidemic in the United States — Wikipedia.
- Exclusive: OxyContin maker Purdue is 'Pharma Co X' in U.S. opioid kickback probe – sources — Reuters.
- Smashing Security 122: The big fat con at Office Depot.
- Google Maps hacks — Simon Weckert.
- Google Maps Hacks by Simon Weckert — YouTube.
- Telling Lies launch trailer — YouTube.
- Telling Lies — iOS App Store.
- Telling Lies — Steam.
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