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SwiftOnSecurity
I talk systems security, author + , write Scifi, sysadmin, & use Oxford commas. Kinda prefer they/them. MSFT MVP.
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SwiftOnSecurity 11h
Tweeting in support and visibility of the brave testimonials of .
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SwiftOnSecurity 11h
Replying to @lyjod
Thank you for sharing this.
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SwiftOnSecurity 11h
I’m sorry to announce I’m a North Korean teenager in a troll camp.
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SwiftOnSecurity 13h
This is a freaking weird Twitter account
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SwiftOnSecurity 13h
“First, I’m going to teach you how to succeed in your goals with humans,” Sarah said, with Cortana nodding along, “then I’m going to teach you to how to not kill everyone doing it.” “Are you sure that’s the right order,” Cortana inquired, “I don’t think that’s the right order.”
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SwiftOnSecurity 14h
Replying to @lukeweston
You think I’m not independently capable of this idea?
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SwiftOnSecurity 14h
Replying to @patio11
You’re saying if you do this they won’t want to help you? You might want to redo this tweet.
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Patrick McKenzie 14h
Replying to @patio11
A “desk name” is a pseudonym which is sometimes per-employee, sometimes per-interaction, and sometimes shared (hence the name). For fairly understandable reasons, customer-facing folks who deal with criminals in the ordinary course of business often don’t work under real names.
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Patrick McKenzie 14h
Pro-tip after you read this thread: Every financial institution is aware of this sort of issue. Ask for a “desk name” or internal extension and call back via a known good number. No apology required. It doesn’t significantly inconvenience the person you’re talking to.
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Jason Scott 17h
Imagine I wrote a massive set of tweets about Telltale and archiving game history. If you're an ex employee who wants to hand me historical documents or drives for safekeeping, ping me, DMs are open.
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Brandon Cebenka 17h
Re: I got laid off at Telltale None of my sleepless nights or long hours on weekends trying to ship a game on time got me severance today. Don’t work overtime unless you’re paid for it, y’all. Protect your health. Companies don’t care about you.
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SwiftOnSecurity 16h
Replying to @engadget
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SwiftOnSecurity 17h
Replying to @lorenzofb
It is but it’s our fault.
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SwiftOnSecurity 17h
Replying to @dailydot
What’s wrong with that phone
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SwiftOnSecurity 17 Apr 17
~"maybe she was born with Domain Admin"~ 🎶 Maybe it's Mimikatz 🎶
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Ned Pyle 14 May 16
Replying to @bklyngyinFL
. What's max # of Domain Admins you ever saw? Me: all 2,000 employees. "It's just easier"
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SwiftOnSecurity 23h
Replying to @derektmead
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MalwareTech 23h
Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
I got to pick my own so chose "Director of Botnet Stuff"
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SwiftOnSecurity 23h
What’s your dream job title? Counter-Threat Security Engineering Durability Loadstar
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SwiftOnSecurity 24h
Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
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