In episode 131 for July 27th 2020: The FBI charges two Chinese hackers for one of the largest Chinese directed hacking campaigns ever discovered, how the BadPower fast charger attack could melt or set your devices on fire, and details on a massive leak of Instacart customer information.
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DOJ says Chinese hackers targeted coronavirus vaccine research
BadPower attack corrupts fast chargers to melt or set your device on fire
Instacart user data is reportedly being sold online, but the company denies there was a breach
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from The Shared Security Show authored by Tom Eston. Read the original post at: https://sharedsecurity.net/2020/07/27/chinese-hacking-campaign-exposed-badpower-fast-charger-attack-instacart-data-leak/