All good things must come to an end. The Oz Data Centa (ozdc.net) was a very useful tool for monitoring PasteBin and I for one will miss it. The site was run by Lee Johnstone and had an innovative method of cataloging data breaches that were dumped to PasteBin. Read the blog post that I wrote discussing how I would often use this amazing tool.
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- Create an EC2 that runs Chrome for sandboxed websurfing
- Check Multiple AWS S3 Buckets for Missing Default Encryption
- The Equifax Data Breach and the Apache Struts Vulnerability
- Test Early, Test Often
- Linux Hardening
- Information Security at Startup Companies
- Timestamp bash_history with every command
- Has SHA-1 been hacked?
Important security research from Google on the effectiveness of various kinds of 2FA that got a bit buried this crazy week. Among key findings, SMS 2FA was still 76% effective against highly "targeted" phishing attacks and 99% good vs. "bulk" phishing.
Many of my followers have heard me say that it will be interesting to see what IBM will do with RedHat, Read this: https://t.co/AYaguhptLT #SEC545
Just heard a speaker at a Security Conference tell the audience his password because he uses MFA. #cringe #MFApassword
#ZombieApocalypse #CRISPR https://t.co/KXMihLjFHs