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Kei0x Sep 17
I made a thing. 🙃
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Vern Sep 19
Public service announcement:
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John Opdenakker Sep 17
Hey Twitter, in for a game? Incorporate a security term in the name of a singer or band Smishing Pumpkins
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John Opdenakker Sep 19
If you only have the choice between 2FA via mail, SMS or no 2FA at all which option do you choose? Also interested in the why. Retweets appreciated to get more results.
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hasherezade Sep 18
I don’t know why, but this quote from “Alice in Wonderland” always makes me think of 😉
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Bikash Gupta Sep 18
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Jeff Man PCI (drink) Sep 19
In an attempt to explain why the PCI SSC can't respond to certain questions, they coined a new phrase - "Frequently Uanswered Questions". So they had a slide that said, "FAQs and FUQs", and effectively said they don't give a FUQ. You can't make this stuff up.
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SecurityGuill 🌐 Sep 18
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) provides an extra layer of security, but it does not fully protect you from Phishing attacks. In this video, I quickly show you that it is possible to take control of an account through Phishing. Follow me for more about
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Arkane Sep 18
Hey everyone I passed my security+ today !!!!!! It was a fun cert.
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InfoSecSherpa Sep 17
I just received a note from someone with whom I shared a job lead that they got that job! I do my best to RT every job post and every job searching Tweet that I see. Sometimes I will DM people a job I’ve seen. Be the rising tide that lifts all boats in .
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DefendCon Sep 19
Being married to someone in infosec. Hubs on chat: "Hey I need your social to add you to the insurance". Me: "This is a phishing attempt isn't it?" Hubs: "For the love of...just call me."
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The Hacker News 18h
Two widely installed Adblocker extensions for , mimicking as—AdBlock and uBlock Origin—have been caught "stuffing cookies" into millions of web browsers to fraudulently generate affiliate income. Read:
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April C. Wright Sep 16
Happy Monday, twitter!
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The Hacker News Sep 18
It's not done yet. Active since 2017, widespread botnet worm "indiscriminately" hacked over 90,000 Windows computers just last month (August 2019) and spreading rapidly at the rate of 4,700 new machines everyday. Read —
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US-CERT Sep 19
Update Google Chrome to protect your device from malicious takeover.
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Florian Hansemann Sep 19
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Łukasz Sep 17
If you're in : no user is stupid, they all want to be secure. Never blame the user, blame the attacker. If you're not in : if someone is investigating an incident and asks you if you clicked on a link - don't lie. They want to get the information, not blame you.
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James Martens 6m
The talk I co-presented with Ian Cho from today - on 's High School Cyber Security Club, why we need to teach kids about InfoSec, and what YOU can do about it!
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Florian Hansemann 22h
Low Privilege Active Directory Enumeration from a non-Domain Joined Host
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