Watch out for a whole different type of shoulder-surfing, researchers uncover the CostaRicto hackers-for-hire gang, and we take a peek at who is behind Parler.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Chris Cochran from the Hacker Valley Studio podcast.
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- Hackers could now know what people type on Zoom video call by evaluating the shoulder movement of users — Digital Information World.
- Zoom on the Keystrokes: Exploiting Video Calls for Keystroke Inference Attacks — Cornell University.
- The CostaRicto Campaign: Cyber-Espionage Outsourced — BlackBerry.
- New stealthy hacker-for-hire group mimics state-backed attackers — Bleeping Computer.
- The conservative alternative to Twitter wants to be a place for free speech for all. It turns out, rules still apply — Washington Post.
- Parler: what you need to know about the 'free speech' Twitter alternative — The Conversation.
- What If Cambridge Analytica Owned Its Own Social Network? CA Backer Rebekah Mercer Admits She's A Co-Founder Of Parler — Techdirt.
- Hazel — Automated organization for your Mac from Noodlesoft.
- Make Noise — A creator’s guide to podcasting and great audio storytelling by Eric Nuzum.
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- C'était un rendez-vous — Wikipedia.
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