Defense in Brief, Issue #4: SMS 2-Factor Hacked to Steal Bank Accounts, Scammers Piggybacking on WannaCry, and Why You Should Allow Copy/Paste for Passwords

Welcome to the fourth issue of Defense in Brief, the Aptible team’s curated selection of the best sec
Defense in Brief, Issue #4: SMS 2-Factor Hacked to Steal Bank Accounts, Scammers Piggybacking on WannaCry, and Why You Should Allow Copy/Paste for Passwords
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Welcome to the fourth issue of Defense in Brief, the Aptible team’s curated selection of the best security, compliance and DevOps articles from around the Internet. We hope you enjoy!
- Chas Ballew, CEO

News & Current Events
Thieves Drain 2FA-Protected Bank Accounts by Abusing SMS Protocol
Tech Support Scammers Are Exploiting Mass Hysteria Surrounding WannaCry
New Trump EO Looks to Start Moving Federal Cybersecurity to the Cloud
MDLive Sued for Using QA Testing Service
Bipartisan Bill Proposes Warrant Requirement to Search Devices at the Border
Educational
Let Them Paste Passwords
That Fingerprint Sensor on Your Phone is Not as Safe as You Think
Aptible
Vulnerability Scanning for your Dependencies: Why and How
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