Security News This Week: Cryptocurrency Company Hacks Itself Before Hackers Can Hack It

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off the week, bringing with it some interesting security enhancements for iOS and macOS users. The company will start offering its own single sign-on option, competing with Google and Facebook but with enhancements those two currently don't offer. And it rejiggered its Find My feature using some very clever cryptography. On the other hand, the company only just now got around to patching a 20-year-old modem bug, and noted macOS hacker Patrick Wardle dropped yet another zero day vulnerability. There's more than just Apple news of course, even though it sometimes doesn't feel like it. The 2020 election feels far away, but there's still not enough time to make sure the vote is secure. Russia …