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Mark Urban 3 Mar 17
a clever way of getting malware into an air gapped system (à la stuxnet)but how does it get any hacked data out?
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Alec East 3 Mar 17
USB sticks are used to transfer files. They gambled it would be used with an online computer later.
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Silent Signals 3 Mar 17
they stuxnetted NATO? 😳
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the grugq 3 Mar 17
even better. The pre infecting and then putting USB drives in strategic locations, that’s what’s cool.
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Nathan 3 Mar 17
Replying to @Mathew__Clayton
The U.S. got on to Iranian air gapped computers. It's a shame even military can't teach cyber hygiene.
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CIRCL 3 Mar 17
One of the reason why we developed CIRCLean an independent and open source USB sanitizer
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(((Mother Earth))) 3 Mar 17
Wow, this seems way too easy. Maybe the military should be much more proactive about procurement of thumb drives
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Jan Crooker 3 Mar 17
Is this true or fake news?
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A.A. 3 Mar 17
if you loved that, you're likely to love this too from 's podcast this week -
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Philipp Jovanovic 3 Mar 17
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yom 3 Mar 17
- Wouldn't it be a nice idea to spread backdoored/beaconed versions of such a ""cleaner""? :-)
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Mathew Clayton 3 Mar 17
i look forward to listening to this. thanks!
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CIRCL 3 Mar 17
The project is Open Source. So if you want to make a PR for CIRCLean or PyCIRCLean with such "improvement".
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Mathew Clayton 3 Mar 17
just repeating what was in
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Mathew Clayton 3 Mar 17
Replying to @G8trz4ever @bannerite
maybe that is where Trump plans to spend the increased military budget!
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Lou Grinzo 3 Mar 17
Replying to @Mathew__Clayton
This one earns my first "holy fuckolies" of the day. Simply mind boggling how easily systems can be breached.
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Michael Shook 3 Mar 17
Similar to how student infilttrated Iranian centrifuges
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Mathew Clayton 3 Mar 17
Replying to @TheCostOfEnergy
so pleased to have earned that
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Ismail Khoffi 3 Mar 17
As long as USB stays broken, devices like these might actually be useful:
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