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The COMUNICANO for Monday October 16th 2017

The Wi-Fi WPA2 bug, KRACK is the big story. Lot's of risk is the theme. For starters HTTPS traffic is
October 16 · Issue #180 · View online
Andy Abramson
The Wi-Fi WPA2 bug, KRACK is the big story. Lot’s of risk is the theme. For starters HTTPS traffic isn’t, and since much of the traffic these days is sent through the browsers that way, there’s a silver lining. That said, IoT devices seem to be the most at risk…those stories and a lot, lot more about Facebook, SNAP, UBER, Apple, Samsung, One Plus, Bitcoin and more are here today  in your COMUNICANO.

Hack/Crack Watch
Severe flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping
WPA2 security flaw puts almost every Wi-Fi device at risk of hijack, eavesdropping
How an inmate hacker turned a prison upside down
Social Watch
Facebook Tests Letting Marketers Scour Posts and Comments
Nearly half of U.S. teens prefer Snapchat over other social media
Bitcoin Watch
Coinbase Launches 'Instant' Purchases of Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum
Streaming Watch
Netflix Has Secret Weapon in Hollywood’s Multibillion-Dollar Arms Race
Spotify’s Discover Weekly: How machine learning finds your new music
Uber Watch
New Research on How Ride-Hailing Impacts Travel Behavior
Uber formally lodges TfL appeal - hours before London deadline
Mobile Watch
Apple Leak Reveals Massive New iPhone Cancellation
This is what the Razer Phone might look like
What to expect from Samsung Bixby 2.0 set to be unveiled on Oct. 18
OnePlus vows to stop collecting data from OxygenOS devices
Odds & Ends
Anti-tech propaganda based on false premises: commentary
Getting to Know Experiential Rewards
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