The Electronic Sports League joins the big time, but not because they’ve got a major TV deal like all the big sports leagues, and a whole bunch of things have been hacked, which means it’s just like any other day here on Geekdays.
Show notes and links:
- The SEC Says Hackers Made Millions Insider Trading By Simply Stealing Press Releases (gizmodo.com).
- Hackers accused of making $100M by peeking at press releases (bigstory.ap.org).
- Researchers wirelessly hack a Corvette’s brakes using an insurance dongle | The Verge (theverge.com).
- Chevy Corvette is latest car breached by hackers (autoblog.com).
- Attackers actively exploit Windows bug that uses USB sticks to infect PCs | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com).
- Defending against CVE-2015-1769: a logical issue exploited via a malicious USB stick (blogs.technet.com).
- Lenovo quietly installed software on laptops, even if you wiped it (thenextweb.com).
- Lenovo PCs installed custom software even if you wiped them (updated) (engadget.com).
- ESL adopts World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited substances list, like steroids and pot | Polygon (polygon.com).
- Electronic Sports League bans the same drugs as the Olympics (engadget.com).
- Support CSICON creating a podcast network (patreon.com).
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