Log4j Vulnerability, Apple AirTags Used by Thieves, FBI’s Encrypted Messaging App Document

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This week we discuss the Apache Log4j vulnerability and the impact it will have on organizations now and into the future, details on how Apple AirTags are being used by thieves to steal cars, and a FBI training document describes what data can be obtained by encrypted messaging apps.

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Apache Log4j Vulnerability — Log4Shell — Widely Under Active Attack

Apple AirTags Are Being Used by Car Thieves to Track High-End Vehicles

FBI document shows what data can be obtained from encrypted messaging apps

Shared Security Show Interview:
End-to-End Encryption with Max Krohn from Keybase.io

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