Latest news from Naked Security (2019/07/08)

Researchers hack VR worlds

Hackers just infiltrated virtual reality, enabling them to manipulate users’ immersive 3D worlds.

Privacy and security risks as Sign In with Apple tweaks Open ID protocol

An open letter from the OpenID Foundation says that Apple introduced potential risks when it diverged from the OpenID Connect protocol.

ISPs call Mozilla ‘Internet Villain’ for promoting DNS privacy

ISPA has shortlisted Mozilla for the sort of award that, on the face of it, no tech company should be keen to win – 2019’s Internet Villain.

New Year’s eve gaming DDoSer lulz himself into a 27-month sentence

Back in 2014, @DerpTrolling said he attacked sites simply based on requests from people who tweeted suggested targets.

Monday review – the hot 23 stories of the week

From RDP BlueKeep’s message for admins to Medtronic’s recall of hackable insulin pumps – and everything in between.