Seven Top (Non-SolarWinds) Infosec News Developments You Should Know Today
Cellebrite claims it can break into Signal, Irish authority levies $547,000 fine against Twitter for failing to flag and report a data breach, millions of unprotected medical images available online
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Israeli phone cracking company Cellebrite has claimed that it can break into the secure messaging app Signal, which virtually all security experts consider to be impenetrable.
In a blog post last Thursday, Cellebrite said that its flagship product, UFED (Universal Forensic Extraction Device), has been updated with a new capability to allow clients to to decode information and data from Signal. (Omer Benjakob / Haaretz)
Related: Slashdot, Exploit One, xda-developers, Cellebrite
Ireland’s data regulator has levied a fine of €450,000 (around $547,000) against Twitter for failing to declare promptly and properly document a data breach under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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