Passkeys, Take 2 - ServiceNSW Responds, Follina, Windows Search URL, UNISOC Chip Vulnerability

• Picture of the Week.
• ServiceNSW Responds.
• ExpressVPN pulls the plug in India.
• And speaking of pulling the plug.
• “Follina” under active exploitation.
• And a Windows Search URL schema can be abused, too.
• “Critical UNISOC Chip Vulnerability Affects Millions of Android Smartphones”.
• Ransomware sanctions are causing trouble.
• Conti spotted compromising motherboard firmware.
• Errata.
• Closing the Loop.
• Passkeys, Take 2.

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Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
Security Now Episode 874
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