Are you concerned about Privacy? A good friend is working on a pretty amazing project and could use some exposure. Check out Projekt: Oni!
I want to engage with more on the fediverse. This is coming from an extrovert going a BIT stir crazy given WFH and many things in SF closed.
What are some of your favorite instances, outside of the wonderful infosec.exchange brought to us by @jerry
University of Cincinnati made their malware reverse engineering classes public:
Who’s in town for #RSAC? Let’s do a fediverse meetup!
Another observation: why isn’t #RSAC cancelled given the pandemic?
I love the thread with @TheGibson. Kicking this toot off: anyone else considering a talk at DEFCON or BSides? Let’s talk! Brainstorm! Beat out your imposter syndrome!
Oh dear God.
Oh dear GOD. It’s going to involve blockchain. So you’re going to pull two gigabytes to see your timeline on mobile devices instead of using something sensible and friendly to people.
Why won’t this blockchain trend die off?! (https://v2.jacky.wtf//post/3df7de1b-08ef-4997-9c82-6274b4147d2a)
hackernews nerds don't know the difference between distributed, decentralized, and federated. so here's an oversimplification:
distributed: when separate systems coördinate. placement of authority is a differentiating factor of their design.
decentralized: distributed system that can elect to defer or migrate central authority. mutable actions may be negotiated.
federated: distributed system that has nomadic and often competitive authorities. actors negotiate their own activity at any point.
Interested in OSINT and Threat Intel. Occasionally will talk about graph networks and application security. Found on other networks @bzdata
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