In this episode we debunk the fearmongering surrounding “juice jacking,” a cyber attack where attackers steal data from devices that are charging via USB ports.
Next, we dive into a case where a photographer tried to get his photos removed from an AI dataset, only to receive an invoice instead of having his photos taken down.
Finally, we examine the security risks of using Google Authenticator’s cloud sync feature for two-factor authentication. We explain why this feature may not provide adequate protection and offer recommendations for more secure alternatives.
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Why is ‘Juice Jacking’ Suddenly Back in the News?
A Photographer Tried to Get His Photos Removed from an AI Dataset. He Got an Invoice Instead.
Google Authenticator’s Cloud Sync Security Not Up to the Task
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