PSA From Toby Scott
If you have an iPhone, update it immediately. According LookOut Blog, a security update company’s blog site, they announced
the dangers of “Trident” and the security holes iPhone had susceptible to it, please review here for more details and update your iPhone:
“August 25, 2016
3 things CISOs need to know about the Trident iOS vulnerabilities
By Mike Murray
Earlier today, Lookout and Citizen Lab published findings about a sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack on iOS using three zero-day vulnerabilities we call “Trident.” The attack allows an adversary to silently jailbreak an iOS device and stealthily spy on victims, collecting information from apps including Gmail, Facebook, Skype, WhatsApp, Calendar, FaceTime, Line, Mail.Ru, and others.
This discovery is further proof that mobile platforms are fertile ground for gathering sensitive information from target victims, and well-resourced threat actors are regularly exploiting that mobile environment.”
Read more: 3 things CISOs need to know about the Trident iOS vulnerabilities (https://blog.lookout.com/blog/2016/08/25/lookout-trident-pegasus-enterprise-discovery/)
LookOut Security Update Blog Site warns iPhone Users
Jerry Crocker: What is the life-cycle of an SSD drive as compared to a spinning drive.
Sue Nethercott: What are the pros and cons of having two screens instead of one big one, and how do you set it up?
Dr. Bunny Vreeland: Is there a class or school in the Ventura area where you can learn to become a Webmaster?
Jerry Crocker: I find that cloud-based storage is a good thing for when out and about town or on a road trip– With a smart phone, I have access to my Dropbox. Can you talk more about the wonders of cloud-based storage?
Dr. Bunny Vreeland: Are rebuilt computers a good way to buy a computer if you are on a budget?
Sue Nethercott: I’m familiar with getting DNS errors if a site is on the move, but that sorts itself out after a few hours. However, the last couple of weeks I’ve been getting intermittent DNS errors for example: “Server DNS address could not be found” for various sites. How do I found out whether or not the DNS system is having problems or if it is just a Chrome problem?
Dr. Bunny Vreeland: Could you talk more about Pandora’s new streaming service?
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