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The 25 Most Attacked Vulnerabilities

 

This podcast episode examines a recently patched zero-day in Chrome and a nice new feature in that browser. We look at the site isolation coming soon to Firefox, and Microsoft’s announcement of Edge for Linux.

We have some movement in the further deprecation of Internet Explorer, and a potentially massive SQL injection attack that was recently dodged by more than one million WordPress sites, despite the fact that some admins complained.

Then we have a bit of miscellany, closing-the-loop feedback, and an update on my work on SpinRite. We end by looking at the NSA’s recently published list of the top 25 network vulnerabilities being used by malicious Chinese state actors to attack U.S. assets.

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