Celebrite is at it again, claiming it can break into any Apple device.
Threat Actor Encyclopedia by @ThaiCERT https://www.dropbox.com/s/ds0ra0c8odwsv3m/Threat%20Group%20Cards.pdf (PDF) #threatintel #OSINT
Firefox: Privacy Related "about:config" Tweaks https://www.privacytools.io/browsers/#about_config
“Until you make peace with who you are, you'll never be content with what you have.” #quote
― Doris Mortman
The Chinese government appears to have launched a major new internet crackdown, blocking the country’s citizens from accessing The Intercept’s website other Western news organizations. https://theintercept.com/2019/06/07/china-bans-the-intercept-and-other-news-sites-in-censorship-black-friday/
Something like this maybe.... https://github.com/drwetter/testssl.sh
Radiohead refuses to pay $150,000 ransom for 'hacked' recordings, releases them instead.
In the latest "Smashing Security" #podcast we discuss:
* How United States Customs and Border Protection had sensitive data stolen, but the hackers didn't have to breach its network.
* Apple's plans to make iPhone users safer online.
* Trolls are using Twitter lists to target their victims.
* Gerry Anderson's Firestorm.
And much much more!
DDoS attack that knocked Telegram secure messaging service offline
An attack which targeted users of the Telegram app on Wednesday might be linked to protests in Hong Kong that turned violent.
What heretical software features can you imagine that would never fly at a growth oriented company but could totally work on free open source social media?
For example, algorithmic timelines are one way to deal with information overload. But what if instead your software offered suggestions for people to unfollow (this person posts a lot and you hardly ever interact with them)? Not necessarily a good idea but it's an idea we could implement that would NEVER happen on Twitter, Facebook, etc