May 16, 2024, 2 p.m. | ITPro


This week on Technado, Dell got pwned: 49 million records were stolen & are up for sale on the dark web. Dan & Soph talk privacy as Proton has turned over more customer info to cops, and we also take a look at MITRE's newest framework, EMB3D. In exploit news, Cinterion cellular modems have some severe vulnerabilities to deal with, and a PoC has been released for a critical PuTTY key vulnerability.

In our Pork Chop Sandwiches segment, ANOTHER malicious …

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