Good morning! By the time you read this post, the first full day of Black Hat in London will be complete. I share this with you because I'm in London! I haven't been here in over three years, but it feels as if I never left. I'm heading to watch Arsenal play tomorrow night, come on you gunners!
As always, here's a bunch of links I hope you find interesting. Cheers!
The scary part is that the State of Louisiana was more prepared than 90% of other government agencies (HELLO BALTIMORE!), just something to think about as ransomware intensifies.
Slides from a presentation I wish I'd created.
Better late than never, I suppose. But yeah, your TV is one of many security holes found in your home. Take the time to help family and friends understand the risks.
To be fair, it was data curated from websites. In other words, no secrets were exposed. It was an aggregated list of information about people. So, the real questions should now focus on who created such a list, and why.
Crypto remains a scam, offering an easy way for you to lose real money.
Time zones remain hard.
Saw this thread in the past week and many of the answers surprised me. I thought you might enjoy them as well.
You never forget your new Jeep's first snow.