Threat Source newsletter (May 19, 2022) — Why I'm missing the days of iPods and LimeWire

By Jon Munshaw. 

imageWelcome to this week’s edition of the Threat Source newsletter. 
I will openly admit that I still own a “classic” iPod — the giant brick that weighed down my skinny jeans in high school and did nothing except play music. There are dozens of hours of music on there that I always tell myself I’m going to back up somewhere and never do. The iPod doesn’t have any charge at the moment, and I still need to hop on eBay to buy one of those flat chargers for it to even start the backup process. So no, I’m sure I’ll never get around to backing it up and recycling the device. 
But that doesn’t make it any less painful to hear that Apple is going to stop making iPods altogether. I’m a longtime iPod user and have owned everything from the original “stick of gum” iPod shuffle, to the tiny, square iPod nano that clipped to my backpack and made me think I was really cool, along with pretty much every other iteration of the nano. 
The news of the iPod’s end got me thinking about how far the threat landscape has come. We

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