Heading to Las Vegas this week for Black Hat. In preparation, I'm bringing a burner phone, wrapping it and my laptop in foil, and then burning them both when I head to the airport to leave.
As always, here are some links I hope you find interesting. Enjoy!
Secure your S3 buckets, y'all. This is a known attack vector, highlighted here as a "configuration vulnerability."
Good summary of details regarding the "configuration vulnerabilities" existing within the open source code deployed by Capital One.
This seems to be a stretch, but it's interesting to note. I'm not certain how GitHub is supposed to recognize leaked data is being stored (it could be fake data), or how they should verify code is secure.
I like the idea, but don't think it's enough. Because most of the folks working in IT aren't CS majors, maybe we should have all fields of study include basic privacy and security information, too.
In case you were wondering about the data Google is tracking as you surf the web.
A bit long, but worth your time.
Seems promising, but you'll have my full attention when you create bacon from thin air.
Got tired of mowing grass between the newly planted shrubs, so we built a new border path. At this rate, we won't have any grass to mow by 2021.