Week in review: Public cloud performance, new G Suite security options, how to build a successful SOC? https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2019/11/24/week-in-review-public-cloud-performance-new-g-suite-security-options-how-to-build-a-successful-soc/ #cybersecurity
I'll publish two blog posts on Kaspersky vulnerabilities this week, first one is now up. Here I demonstrate hijacking communication channels that the "Web Protect" component uses to communicate with the antivirus application. #infosec #appsec
Defensive Security Podcast Episode 241
If you have read The Phoenix Project, there is a new book out called The Unicorn Project https://enterprisersproject.com/article/2019/11/3-lessons-it-leaders-unicorn-project
How is it that I'm only now, after 25 years in this space, finding out about Project Xanadu?! https://blog.codinghorror.com/the-xanadu-dream/
Hello out there!
Without wanting to start a discussion about the sense of use, I have a question.
"In the past", comodo had free S/MIME certificates for private use.
Their ROOT CA was trusted across many operating systems.
Is there still a similar, free alternative for private use today? Ideally with certificates that are valid for 1 year and longer?
10 years ago @email@example.com launched the Shodan website! To celebrate a decade of discovery and growth we're going to offer the membership for $1 (marked down from $49) for the next 24 hours (0:00 UTC to 24:00 UTC): https://www.shodan.io/store/member
In the latest "Smashing Security" podcast: A bank has some of the worst password advice ever, travellers are told to be wary when USB charging their smartphones and laptops, and a gamer has his YouTube account hacked.
Pushed a small update to Shiva - few new packages and some shell functions I use quite frequently during recon. Release notes here: https://github.com/rastating/shiva/releases/tag/v1.4 #opensource #devops #bugbounty #infosec
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