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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @redteamwrangler
Interesting.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
Anyway, it rung true for me, but who knows how factual it is. Definitely fascinating though, and if anyone has any information to corroborate or refute the narrative, I’d love to hear it.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
He said the rideshare companies won’t do anything because they need drivers, so they know this is happening but won’t take action.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
This driver was complaining that he’s been here for 20 years, paying taxes, and now the city is full of illegal drivers who are taking his fares and driving the prices down.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
They don’t have a social, they don’t have their own cars, so they use the proxy car and account—at a cost of around $250 for the week, and another $200 for the driver identity.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
So what happens is you have a single person with a valid social who rents cars (and accounts) to illegal drivers.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
Why? Because you can get a driver’s license without having a social security number. So in Texas you need proof of who you are. In Boston you need proof of who you are. Etc. But not in San Francisco.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
So he goes on to explain why. Evidently (and this is just a story from a guy, so don’t take it as a Krebs story) there are tons of illegal immigrants (he mentioned Brazil) who are coming in from all over the country to drive rideshare in San Francisco.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 2h
So I just heard the craziest story from a ride-share driver in San Francisco. We passed a car that was abandoned in the middle of an intersection, and he said he saw that car get into a wreck on the way to pick me up. He said the guy jumped out of the car and ran away.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 4h
Replying to @ErrataRob
Yep.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 4h
Extract domain names from IP ranges.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 6h
Replying to @DanielMiessler
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Red Canary Apr 19
Great tools for getting started with ATT&CK: 1. recommends 's ThreatHunting 2. recommends PoSh_ATTCK by 3. recommends Navigator 4. recommends chain reactions
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 7h
What if everything good in life comes from boredom… And we've let technology completely eliminate it. Even worse, we've celebrated it like a victory.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 8h
Replying to @AhsanDeliri
Can you point me to the disagreement?
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 9h
Replying to @bettercap @lac0ste
I’ll update it soon! Thanks for the reminder.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 9h
Very kind of you.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 9h
Replying to @jeremiahg @issala and 2 others
That's a lot of great people in one place.
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Andrew Morris 16h
We're seeing some really bizarre Internet-wide scan activity in GreyNoise over the past 24 hours. Looks like someone is spraying the Internet with spoofed SYN packets meant to look like they're coming from large bank networks, namely Bank of America, JP Morgan, and Huntington.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Apr 21
My breakdown of the differences between a number of business optimization and measurement terms.
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