Audio Recordings of Keys

Audio Recordings Used to Copy Keys, Carnival Ransomware Attack, Social Media Profile Data Exposed

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In episode 135 for August 24th 2020: Details on how researchers can use audio recordings of keys being used in locks to create copies, Carnival cruise lines becomes the victim of a ransomware attack, and a data broker exposes nearly 235 million profiles scraped from social media sites.

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Picking Locks with Audio Technology

World’s largest cruise line operator discloses ransomware attack

Social media data broker exposes nearly 235 million profiles scraped from Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube

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