Latest news from Naked Security (2019/03/25)

Thousands of API and cryptographic keys leaking on GitHub every day

Researchers have found that one of the most popular source code repositories in the world is still housing thousands of publicly accessible user credentials.

Update now! WordPress hackers target Easy WP SMTP plugin

Two hacking groups have been spotted targeting websites running unpatched versions of the WordPress plugin Easy WP SMTP.

New ratings point to keyless cars that can stand up to relay attacks

Researchers rated six of the 11 newly launched cars as being easy to open up and drive off with a cheap relay device anyone can buy online.

Monday review – the hot 29 stories of the week

From an ex-employee from IT hell to Window 7’s upcoming patchocalypse, and everything in between. It’s weekly roundup time!

Facebook password crisis – what to do? [VIDEO]

Watch this special edition of Naked Security Live – we answer the questions people have been asking us, like “Should I stay or should I go?”

Sacked IT guy annihilates 23 of his ex-employer’s AWS servers

He was fired after four weeks, ripped off the credentials of former colleague “Speedy”, and will be mulling it all over for two years in jail.