Home router vulnerabilities exploited in the wild. ACSC warns of a LockBit spike in LockBit. Flytrap Android Trojan is out. SCADA recon. Child protection. Wiretaps and social media.

Home router vulnerabilities exploited in the wild. ACSC warns of a spike in LockBit ransomware attacks. The Flytrap Android Trojan is still concealed in malicious apps. An unidentified threat actor has been prospecting SCADA systems in Southeast Asia. Rick Howard checks in with the Hash Table about Backups. Mike Benjamin from Lotus Labs on watering hole attacks. Apple’s new child protection measures attract skepticism from privacy hawks. Wiretaps extended to social media. And using three random words for your password.

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