Yeah but no.
"...would authorize the police department to use non-city-owned security cameras and camera networks to live monitor "significant events with public safety concerns" and ongoing felony or misdemeanor violations."
Back in April I said, one 20hr flight to Vegas for a 4-day stay a year is enough. Apparently it's not. #bahhumbug
Just had a call with a $2.5 B customer that has over 6,000 employees.
Critical passwords were stored in an Excel file. 😿
Please, please, please, I beg you, use a proper business password manager for your company.
Bit surprised I haven’t come across anything like this but are there any neurodiversity-focused hacker/infosec communities with a strong code of conduct? Discord, slack, IRC, Matrix, whatever?
Why you should use Bitwarden and their username generator
I doubt this green energy initiative offsets the manufactured e-waste problem Windows 11 caused even slightly 2/2
The first big Windows 11 update (22H2) is out later this year. After this update Windows will try to install updates in the background at times when greater amounts of clean energy sources are available. It is positive, but very green-washy imo when you consider that Windows 11 is only supported on computers with TPM 2+ which means an absolute fuck-ton of computers are heading for landfills when Windows 10 ends support 1/2
It's that time again! Once more, our Discord will be playing Black Hills Information Security's "Backdoors and Breaches" this Friday, June 17th, at 5PM Pacific! If you want to learn what this incident response simulation game is all about, come join us! https://discord.gg/K8nzZU7q
I have been looking into yubico keys to have a portable way of taking my ssh keys with me.
It works nicely using PIV.
For "normal" ssh keys, I use a passphrase to protect it. With yubico (and tpms?) you can only set a pin.
Can someone explain to me why a pin is sufficient?
It seems very brute forceable if I drop the usb stick.
Con artists never stop.
Trump Jr. Says Supporters Have to Pay to Sign His Dad's Birthday Card
I was bored and I remembered how bullshit 90% of "open-source" Codes of Conduct are
So I attempted to create a better one: https://bytes.keithhacks.cyou/keith/default-template/src/branch/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md
Anyways yeah y'all can use this if you want, or suggest things I've missed
Might have built some rather large networks back in the day, might have learned how to secure them the hard, fast, and stupid way.
A Mastodon instance for info/cyber security-minded people.