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Stefan Esser
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James Forshaw 12h
Replying to @AvimanyuRoy3 @thegrugq
Also I know enough about the case and other things to not willingly engage with Apple on security research. I don't believe they enter security research (not individuals, but as a corporate entity) in good faith. Another trait from 90s era Microsoft😁
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Stefan Esser 13h
ARM would be nothing without the PC
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Stefan Esser 14h
Apple lawyers going after people who have openly supported corellium is a dumb move. And i say that as someone who is okay with corellium getting sued.
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Hawon Jung 17h
When religious zealotry meets a deadly epidemic...After an outbreak at a church meeting that potentially infected hundreds, Shincheonji followers were told to lie about being a follower or being at its services as its 'Messiah' leader called "the work of the devil."
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Yonhap News Agency 17h
(7th LD) S. Korea's virus cases surge to 433 on church services, cluster outbreak at hospital
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Stefan Esser 19h
It is 2020 and has still not fixed their mailing schedule. They ship out the January to March PPS Lifestyle Privileges magazine with discount codes for hotels etc... at the END of February. At that point it is basically useless because way too late.
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Stefan Esser 19h
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Stefan Esser 19h
Dear Twitterverse who is that Microsoft guy that i follow and that keeps tweeting about malware incl. office macros. I am currently suffering from a name blackout.
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Stefan Esser 19h
Replying to @IgorSkochinsky
The guy whose name i have misplaced in my brain right now. and quotes because i believe the organisation was basically him spreading the word that he would run in the morning and would like company.
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Stefan Esser 19h
I wonder why they mention because over there i think every single infected person was traced back to the origin and within the last week only few new cases were added while many have been released from hospital. More than half the infected are already released as cured
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Stefan Esser 19h
Replying to @IgorSkochinsky
If i recall correctly that one microsoft guy was “organizing” this all the time at CanSecWest
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Stefan Esser 19h
Replying to @antriksh_s
Many news sources over the last days reported about it. Here is just one reuters article that i found after you asked.
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Stefan Esser 20h
The cases in south korea grew from 30 to 433 in the last 3 days thanks to infected members of a religious cult. 😱
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Stefan Esser Feb 21
Mit einem Mini in *7* geparkte autos driften ist eine Kunst.
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Stefan Esser Feb 20
South Korea has completely dethroned Singapore in regards of cases outside China. An old lady from a religious cult(?) got infected and spread the virus so that 100 new cases were discovered in 2 days.
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Stefan Esser Feb 20
I guess this level of transparency is unthinkable in Germany due to data protection laws
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Stefan Esser Feb 20
I wish youtube would learn and not show me the same idiotic ad 100 times a day considering that i skip it every single time
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Stefan Esser Feb 19
Replying to @i0n1c
For example they provide “decompiled versions” of CoreFoundation for the chinese exploits but in the middle of the decompiled code the wrong function is used in the decompiled code.
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Stefan Esser Feb 19
Question: does Project Zero intentionally corrupt the content of their blog posts? When reading writeups and trying to reproduce them i have repeatedly found mistakes that might be deliberately planted to make it harder to reproduce or to detect people copying their stuff.
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