In this week’s episode of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, Ahmed, Jeff and I are back around the virtual round table to talk all things cyber.
We kick this week’s episode off with the news that Interpol are urging countries to unite against the ransomware pandemic. From there, we look at how a hacker going by the alias ‘integra’ is offering 26.99 bitcoins (nearly $1 million USD at the time of writing) for zero-days and undetectable RATs (remote access Trojans).
From there, we look at a recently patched SolarWinds vulnerability and news that Tencent (a Chinese gaming behemoth) is looking to use facial recognition software to stop children playing past a certain time. To close, we discuss the recent news around the Right to Repair movement in America and Europe.
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- Interpol urges police to unite against ‘potential ransomware pandemic’
- Hacker deposited $1M in a popular cybercrime marketplace to buy zero-day exploits
- SolarWinds patches critical Serv-U vulnerability exploited in the wild
- China’s ‘midnight patrol’ cracks down on young gamers
- Right to repair movement gains power in US and Europe