Supermicro, Apache Struts, & HTTPS - Paul's Security Weekly #574

published 1 year ago by Security Weekly

In the security news, Spanish driver tests positive for every drug test, vulnerabilities found in the remote management interface of Supermicro servers, Apache Struts 2 flaw in the wild, HTTPS crypto-shame, and how to manipulate Apple's podcast charts! Full Show Notes: Visit our website: Follow us on Twitter:

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