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Jenna McLaughlin Jan 22
One area that continues to get hit hard with departures? FBI cyber—some thanks to the shutdown, but on ongoing issue that's been covered a bunch by people like . "Anyone with cyber in their resume is getting out," said one former FBI official.
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the grugq 3h
Anything about OpenSSL is ultimately about a vulnerability.
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CrowdStrike 3h
Today, CrowdStrike releases its annual Global Threat Report that details the escalating activities of nation-state actors and global eCrime actors and reveals the adversaries with the fastest breakout time.
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Matt "Swish" Suiche 3h
Replying to @msuiche
I've never looked at CrowdStrike Threat Graph but if it would have to be compared with Microsoft Graph Security API () I'd say that CrowdStrike seems to have data superiority when it comes to their granularity for technique identifications in their events.
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Matt "Swish" Suiche 3h
Great work from into compiling 240B daily events in their Threat Graph into a comprehensive adversary behavior report. I particularly love the MITRE ATT&CK heap map, CS seems to have a great level of granularity to generates it.
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the grugq 3h
Replying to @halvarflake
But is it not not vulnerability related?
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0xffff0800 6h
If anyone is hiring Malware researchers or Threat Intel analysts let me know in DM or Email @ 0xffff0800@gmail.com I'm currently looking! :)
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Replying to @Dicty_Dave @ngleicher
Something something leaves on rails something something denial of service
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Panther Modern Feb 4
An interesting report regarding information warfare in the age of the Baby Boomer. TLDR: Boomers are highly suggestible types who are prone to immediately sharing or re-sharing anything they feel affirms their worldview.
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Nathaniel Gleicher Feb 12
The FB cybersecurity policy team is hiring a lead for EMEA. We’re looking for a candidate with a blend of technical and policy expertise who cares about cybersecurity, election protection, and combatting info ops — please help me hire someone awesome!
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matt blaze 14h
Whatever happened here, this case illustrates why vote-by-mail is no panacea. And Internet-based vote-at-home schemes are even more vulnerable to this kind of mischief at even larger scale.
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hashcat Feb 13
hand-tuned hashcat 6.0.0 beta and 2080Ti (stock clocks) breaks NTLM cracking speed mark of 100GH/s on a single compute device
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Robert Marc Feb 16
Lets unpack this. 1. Tetrodotoxin (TTX) is widely distributed. 2. No vertebrate synthesizes TTX. Likely from diet / microbes. 3. Puffers “have" TTX. They don’t “release" it. 4. TTX is *not* a hallucinogen. 5. It blocks channels in all mammals. 6. Nah.
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Matt "Swish" Suiche Feb 17
"Hacking after all to many of us is more than a job, its a way of life, our culture. If you understand this or are already there, then you are who we're looking for, apply today." Great way to filter out unmotivated candidates.
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Joseph Cox Feb 17
The requirements and responsibilities for an internship at Azimuth, which makes exploits for Five Eyes agencies. "it helps to give a shit"
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Zachary Lipton Feb 16
Replying to @zacharylipton
Reading the paper, its impossible to conceive that any decision by OpenAI to release or not to release the code could have any impact on the technology available to the public on a scale of more than days/weeks.
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Zachary Lipton Feb 16
Perhaps what's *most remarkable* about the controversy is how *unremarkable* the technology is. Despite their outsize attention & budget, the research itself is perfectly ordinary—right in the main branch of deep learning NLP research
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SwiftOnSecurity Feb 16
Replying to @MattT_Cyber
Did Microsoft ever do an analysis of how many security flaws they fix that were present in Windows NT?
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Dave dwizzzle Weston 12h
Linux kernel dev is totally crazy to me. We’re just gonna exchange patches as email attachments like it’s cool? My tree goes out sync 30 secs after I build
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the grugq 6h
Replying to @EMCP_ @ooqaarx and 4 others
Sounds like a job for ! Oh right, everything is fucking hacked.
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