On The Allure of Flat Earth Debunking Videos
For a while now, I've really enjoyed watching SciManDan and others on Youtube debunking videos posted by flat eathers. Based on the number of subscribers of these debunking video producers, I'm in good company. SciManDan has over 300k subscribers, for example.
I also enjoy several other Youtube channels, including Numberphile, Fermilab, PBS Space Time, an
Defensive Security Podcast Episode 250
Ghost blogging platform suffers security breach - hackers exploited Salt vulnerability in attempt to mine cryptocurrency.
How does a TCP Reset Attack work?
A TCP reset attack is executed using a single packet of data, no more than a few bytes in size. A spoofed TCP segment, crafted and sent by an attacker, tricks two victims into abandoning a TCP connection, interrupting possibly vital communications between them.
I just finished 4 weeks in my new job. It's been a learning experience for me. In addition to security, I own our business continuity program. Mike Tyson famously said "Everyone has a plan until they punched in the mouth." I suspect most organizations can relate to that idea in the wake of COVID. I (and the rest of the world) will be very glad when this is over. But, I am not even sure I know what "over" means any more.
So, in my first blog post I simply describe why I want to work on my blog and what you can expect in the future.
My focus for the next 100 days will be on tech related topics: infosec, OSINT, open source and so on.
Feedback is welcome!
I think you could use this in your new role.
OffensiveCon20 - Halvar Flake - Keynote about the good and the bad of offensive security research https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLYvhPWR_XYJnX_sscErznYqwBrIhuS08O&time_continue=12&v=8QRnOpjmneo&feature=emb_title
And tonight's batch brings me to three dozen. I love the ragmask pattern; I've made a few process tweaks so that I can process a batch of 6 masks in an hour including set up and cleanup. And I'm not a fast sewist; my spouse (a quilter) can go almost twice as fast
Hardly feels like a dent when local care facilities are asking for thousands, but it's better than zero, and it's what I can do
INTERPOL has been forced to issue an alert to global police about the heightened risk of ransomware attacks on hospitals and other front-line organizations as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/news/covid-19-exploited-by-cyber-actors-advisory
The Sandboxie Windows sandbox isolation tool is now open-source!
Cybersecurity firm Sophos announced today that it has open-sourced the Sandboxie Windows sandbox-based isolation utility 15 years after it was released.
Nothing new that some try to exploit the pandemic to their own advantages. Especially knowing that most are working from home and may not have proper cybersecurity tools https://venturebeat.com/2020/04/09/cybersecurity-officials-say-state-backed-hackers-taking-advantage-of-pandemic/
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