Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles:
The future of macOS security: Baked-in protection and third-party tools
Anyone in the information security industry who’s interested in Mac security probably knows who Patrick Wardle is. Apart from being Chief Security Researcher at Synack, he’s also the creator of a number of security tools for macOS, which he makes available for free on his Objective-See project site.
Attackers are taking over NAS devices via SambaCry flaw
A Samba remote code execution flaw patched in May is being exploited to compromise IoT devices running on different architectures (MIPS, ARM, PowerPC, etc.)