CurveBall, Apple vs FBI, IE 0-day
This Week’s Stories:
— – iPhones join Android in being a Google account security key.
— – How much "substantive assistance" did Apple provide in the Pensacola investigation?
— – A brand new serious Internet Explorer 0-day
— – Giving Windows an additional Edge
— – FBI says nation-state actors breached a US city government and a US financial entity by exploiting Pulse Secure VPN servers.
— – Critical new Windows Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) remote code execution vulnerability
— – SQRL for Drupal
— – Microsoft issues security update to fix "CurveBall" vulnerability
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