Florida water hackers, "I'm not a cat" filter, Slack for Android security.
- A water treatment plant in Florida was hacked and was nearly poisoned as a result. Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai from VICE has the details.
- Janhoi McGregor from Forbes talked to PlayStation 5 scalpers to understand their bot systems and found out that they feel misunderstood.
- A lawyer went viral when his courtroom Zoom video placed a kitten in his place. Thomas Smith from Debugger found out how he did it.
- Android users of Slack might want to change their password after login credentials were stored in plain text on device.
- A Beverly Hills Cop played a popular Sublime song when he knew he was being live-streamed by a civilian.
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