+++ date = "2017-05-07" description = "Pretty terrible week for a lot of teams with Intel RSE's and Google Docs scams. This week we delve into North Korea's tablets, metadata breaches and Facebook's backend network." shorttitle = "Intel RSE's, North Korean Tablets & more" slug = 4 title = "Issue #4: Intel RSE's, North Korean Tablets & more" tags = [ 'intel', 'north korea', 'metadata', 'facebook', 'network', 'google' ]
Pretty terrible week for a lot of teams with Intel RSE's and Google Docs scams. On a more personal note we launched a redesign of our website, make sure to stop by and check it out!
This one is going to suck for a lot of people. Dating all the way back to 2008 means a lot of machines are going to be impacted.
A closer look at the tablets that North Korea supplies to its citizens, along with all the spyware and restrictions that are placed onto it.
On a more political front, in Australia an AFP officer has accessed call records without a warrant. Pretty much exactly what everyone said would happen, has now happened.
For those of you who are more interested on the network side of things, this post provides a great deal of insight into Facebook's new backend network.
Perhaps the most scary article this week, is a new phishing scam that popped up on Google Docs. Using a cleverly named Google OAuth app made it tricky to spot.