Facebook’s huge plaintext password fail is the focus of this week’s Really Useful Podcast, along with an update on the state of affairs with the potentially devastating Spectre and Meltdown bugs.
These were first discovered appeared in late 2017, and affect almost every PC, laptop, server, phone, and tablet, regardless of operating system.
Plus, there’s news and discussion about Google Stadia, Myspace losing several years of data, and how to use an app to control your TV.
Really Useful Podcast Season 2 Episode 8 Shownotes
- Facebook storing passwords as plaintext
- Will Google’s Stadia revolutionise gaming?
- Forgotten social network Myspace loses years of data
- Using an app to remote control your TV
- Latest Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability news
This week’s Really Useful Podcast hosts are Christian Cawley and Gavin Philips, who you will find on Twitter as:
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We’ll be back with another edition of the tech podcast for technophobes next week!