This week’s Shadow Talk discusses a Cisco Smart Install Client flaw exploited in disruption attack, an information leak vulnerability discovered in Microsoft Outlook, details on OpIcarus and OpIsrael, Verizon DBIR, and why you still should be excited about the RSA Conference.
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