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Tim Philipp Schäfers @chaos.social Jan 8
One of the hardest but most important of the
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Etham 🎩 Jan 8
First they laughed now they cry.
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PIRATEN Brandenburg Jan 9
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CyberSecurity Jan 9
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Matthias Büttner Jan 7
Leader of the German Green Party @RobertHabeck is deleting his twitter and facebook accounts.
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Tom Reske Jan 8
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pizzahax Jan 8
Replying to @josephfcox
I was interviewed by journalists on friday and basically they had no idea what they wanted to ask or what they should air out. The Hashtag is also kind of misleading. On a positive note: we have the best hacker stockphoto ever
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rdie Jan 8
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Lutz Mache Jan 8
Replying to @ronpatz @Google
I'm really trying here... ;) You would wonder how often I still encounter that sentence. It's not a meme, it's a living and breathing thing - crazy. And you should know best that not *every* scrutiny is helpful in improving things. See policy proposals on
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mark bach Jan 8
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Tim Philipp Schäfers @chaos.social Jan 8
There was no malware/virus in use by _0rbit. Seems to be primarily social engineering / bad or duplicate passwords.
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Netz4ktivisten Jan 8
Datensicherheit im Netz – Einführung in die Informationssicherheit (If you would like to enroll for this course, there are no formal prerequisites or limitations. The course is free and open for everyone.)
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it security Jan 15
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Benjamin Bathke Jan 7
Has anybody else seen this? In today's morning newsletter "Die Lage," calls a German ministry "Office for Information Insecurity" instead of "security."
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Katja Jan 8
“Er ist computeraffin”... so, so
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ㅤ ㅤ  ㅤㅤ🌏 <br />空兒 Jan 7
The ' leakers () e-mail address:
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Jarrrkob Jan 15
Replying to @CountDankulaTV
Reminds me of our German politicians, they had an 'eye opening' event happening to themselfs, too. Oh and what do you do if you get hacked for YEARS because of your shitty defense? RIGHT! Spend even more money on offensive cyber stuff 🤦‍♂️
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Max Heinemeyer Jan 7
Could there be a positive impact of ? See it as a wake-up call. A group of opportunistic hacktivists forcing you to improve your cybersecurity will make it more difficult for other attackers down the line (e.g. state-sponsored).
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Saggsenschnegge Jan 9
HIER ISSES! Bekennervideo zum
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Lars Pellinat Jan 9
And the : "Dear German government, we have all your . What do you need?" "Always happy to help you!" THINKING: "Gives us a chance to add more to ensure that we do get all data!"
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