Foolish Tech Show 02/23/2017 has been posted to our YouTube channel!
If you missed the show from today (02/23/2017) or just want to review it again, we’ve got it edited and posted to our YouTube channel!
On this episode we go over some of the recent random news with our awesome IRC chat!
CryptoPrevent Technical Information (White-Label Creator Documentation added):
Microsoft releases update for Flash Player, but leaves two disclosed Flaws Unpatched:
Don’t Fall For “Font Wasn’t Found” Google Chrome Malware Scam:
Google achieved First-Ever Successful SHA-1 Collision Attack:
11-Year Old Linux Kernel Local Privilege Escalation Flaw Discovered:
Hacker Who Knocked Million Routers Offline Using MIRAI Arrested at London Airport:
Warner Bros. Settles With Company That Leaked Oscar Screeners:
Looks like KB 2952664 (for Win7) and KB 2976978 (Win 8.1) are back:
Cliqz acquires Ghostery:
Amazon fighting Murder Case request claiming Alexa falls under 1st amendment rights:
Amazon argues that Alexa is protected by the First Amendment in a murder trial
Using Admin account causes your Windows problems a lot of the times:
MacOS now has Ransomware:
So does Android:
Missing SNES games found:
We’ll be back on the air next Tuesday (02/28/2017) at 10am EST! Join us at http://www.foolishtechshow.com to join our live chat and talk with us directly!