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  1. Hackers breach admissions files at three private colleges [The Washington Post]
  2. Fighting cybercrime in the research & education sector [In The Field]
  3. The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques and How to Counter Them [RSA Conference]
  4. Google: Chrome zero-day was used together with a Windows 7 zero-day [Zero Day]
    - Patches available from Microsoft
  5. Google reveals “high severity” flaw in macOS kernel [Neowin]
  6. NSA’s Ghidra Reverse Engineering Framework Stirs Up Malware Researchers [Bleeping Computer]
  7. Marriott CEO shares post-mortem on last year’s hack [Zero Day]
  8. Dutch Data Protection Authority chips away at ‘cookie walls,’ declaring they violate GDPR [SC Media]
    - see also: Dispelling GDPR Myths: Avoid the Compliance Trap, Make Real Security/Privacy Gains
  9. Gone in six seconds? Exploiting car alarms [Pen Test Partners]
  10. Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation [The New York Times]
    - Facebook in the news again, not surprising :/
    When 2FA means sweet FA privacy: Facebook admits it slurps mobe numbers for more than just profile security
    - But, When Facebook Goes Down, Don’t Blame Hackers
    - See also: Facebook exploit – Confirm website visitor identities
    - Are you sure you really still want that Facebook account? ;)
  11. W3C approves WebAuthn as the web standard for password-free logins [Venture Beat]
  12. Introducing Firefox Send, Providing Free File Transfers while Keeping your Personal Information Private [Mozilla]
  13. Researchers break digital signatures for most desktop PDF viewers [Zero Day]
  14. Meet the New ‘Public-Interest Cybersecurity Technologist’ [Dark Reading]
  15. StackStorm – From Originull to RCECVE-2019-9580 [Barak Tawily]