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Dad. Husband. IT swashbuckler. Security enthusiast. Maker and breaker of stuffs. Foodie. Fast car lover. Life long Boy Scout, Wood Badge, I am an Antelope
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Bert "0x58" Regeer 🌱 Oct 26
An organization I’ve worked with is looking for someone to fill a cyber security role to help secure America’s electricity grids: Thanks to this cooperative agreement that was awarded by the DOE: Please retweet!
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SpecterOps Oct 26
SO-CON Talk Announcement: Inside the Magic - A Merlin Walkthrough will talk Merlin - a Go cross platform C2. He will introduce power user features, post-exploitation capabilities, and new comms via HTTP/2 and HTTP/3. Sign up here:
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Nathan Brubaker Oct 26
Job Alert! We are looking for a developer to support the Cyber Physical intel team out of Amsterdam (or remote from Europe). You will work with a world class team to do innovative, fast paced, and impactful work. Check it out:
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Joe Slowik 🎠 Oct 26
You perform security research (including binary/malware analysis). What is the MINIMUM amount of RAM for a work machine?
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Sean Wright (#BeerCon2 🍻) Oct 1
Day 1: Complex password don’t always mean more secure. A longer difficult to guess password is much better. Use phrases, and mix it up a bit for an even stronger password, For example “bumbling phrase”could become “buMbl1ng&pHrase”.
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Marlin Firmware Oct 25
If you see periodic banding in your prints, it might just be “bang bang” bed heating which very crudely keeps the bed at temperature. Try turning on PIDTEMPBED and running the calibration procedure. You may see a dramatic improvement in surface quality.
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Csaba Fitzl Oct 25
I tried to collect the resources available for someone to get started in macOS security. If I missed something please let me know.
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KrabsOnSecurity Oct 23
My writeup for the challenges. Mainly focused on 9 and 10, with brief notes on 6, 7, 8, and 11 as well.
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Sixteen Colors Oct 23
Besides showing off some really fantastic art and being enjoyably weird thus far, this new show has a scene where the characters log in to a . There’s a shot of some art, so we’ll forgive them for describing them as “old-fashioned computer message thingies” 🙂
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Rachel Tobac Oct 23
So excited it's time for ! Meet Christina a talented Infosec practitioner you should all know! Born & raised in NYC, Christina has dual degrees in Information Technology and is currently working towards her MS in Cybersecurity at .
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rashiq Oct 22
I reverse engineered mcdonald's internal api and I'm currently placing an order worth $18,752 every minute at every mcdonald's in the US to figure out which locations have a broken ice cream machine
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netektives Oct 19
Replying to @hackermaderas
Welcome back, glad you're in 'safer' space now.
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ΜΔDΞRΔS Oct 16
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Alexandre Borges Oct 18
Malwoverview is able to collect information about a malware from VirusTotal, Hybrid Analysis, URLHaus, Malpedia, Polyswarm, Malshare, Alien Vault, Valhalla and ThreadCrowd. Additionally, it checks packages from Android mobiles.
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hasherezade Oct 17
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netektives Oct 18
I'm not sure what's going on here. Is this anti rain, anti tamper, or a fashion statement?
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ryan “huber” Oct 14
If you are still shipping a driver CD with your monitors in 2020, you should probably also include a CD-ROM drive.
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KF Oct 15
"Yes, we can validate leaked emails" - re: supposed leaked emails.
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Matt Hand Oct 14
AT:VRO has been my passion project for the past few months and I'm incredibly excited to teach it along with an amazing cadre of instructors. If you're interested in finding and exploiting vulnerabilities in 3rd party software on Windows, we still have seats open 😈
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netektives Oct 14
Replying to @_ChezDaniela
In that case, I wish that's where we were at. Not enough have had enough bs yet. But also election year for us so we'll have all that in t-minus 20 days regardless
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