Archive for the ‘infosec’ Category

Monday review – the hot 25 stories of the week

August 21st, 2017
From women targeted on public transport via AirDrop and what iOS11 means for iPhone security to the return of Locky ransomware, and more!

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Monday review – the hot 25 stories of the week

August 14th, 2017
From Ariana Grande's hacking and Microsoft's out-of-band security updates to why it's time to fix localhost, and more!

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WannaCry, FBI Arrests Researcher, and Smart Guns – Paul’s Security Weekly #524

August 12th, 2017

WannaCry’s killswitch domain registrant is arrested, making infosec more inclusive, hacking 113-year-old subway signs, security standards for smart devices, and more security news! Paul’s Stories Making Infosec Meetings More Inclusive How Engineers Hacked 113 Year Old Subway System Signs Chromes built-in adblocker arrives for early adopters Researchers display CAN do skill in vehicle DoS An […]

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Monday review – the hot 26 stories of the week

August 7th, 2017
From one lousy click that sank a product and the fake hot-babe catching out LinkedIn users to the WannaCry 'kill switch' arrest, and more!

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Black Hat & DEF CON 2017 – Tradecraft Security Weekly #13

August 3rd, 2017

There were lots of amazing new tools and techniques released at Hacker Summer Camp 2017! In this week’s episode of Tradecraft Security Weekly, Beau Bullock (@dafthack) talks about some of the more interesting items he saw at the Black Hat and DEF CON conferences. LINKS: Kali Linux Revealed Spiderlabs Portia Duo isthislegit and phimm Revoke-obfuscation […]

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Automating Screenshots to Quickly Assess Many WebApps – Tradecraft Security Weekly #12

July 26th, 2017

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Swedish PM admits that huge data leak is ‘a disaster’

July 25th, 2017
Huge outsourcing project led to data on millions of Swedish citizens as well as criminal records, and the home addresses of military personnel being exposed

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Monday review – the hot 27 stories of the week

July 24th, 2017
From ATM crooks upping the ante with infrared and Orpheus' Lyre, the Windows security hole to Google wants you to give up SMS, and more!

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Monday review – the hot 25 stories of the week

July 17th, 2017
From the malware-scammed $14.3m lottery win and how secure is 2FA on your mobile to Pornhub pushing verification via social media, and more!

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Live Response with Google Rapid Response (Blue Team Edition) – Tradecraft Security Weekly #10

July 15th, 2017

How do you perform incident response on systems in your environment at scale or when the system that needs to be analyzed is in a geographically different location than your analysts? What if you need to do this and have no real budget to work with to use commercial tools? The answer is Google Rapid […]

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