Thunderbolt flaw

Thunderbolt Flaws, WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities, Patriot Act Vote

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In episode 121 for May 18th 2020: A new Thunderbolt flaw could let hackers steal your data in under five minutes, new vulnerabilities in a popular WordPress plugin, and details on why the US Senate just rejected a plan to require a warrant to obtain Americans’ web browsing history.

** Show notes and links mentioned on the show **

Thunderbolt flaw lets hackers steal your data in ‘five minutes’

Thunderbolt 3 The USB-C that does it all

Thunderspy tool to test if your PC is vulnerable

WordPress plugin Page Builder by SiteOrigin patched against code execution attacks

Page Builder by SiteOrigin Plugin Page

Senate Votes to Allow FBI to Look at Your Web Browsing History Without a Warrant

How to Contact Your Elected Officials

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