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InfoSec News Nuggets 01/19/2021
Nine Attention-Grabbing Inventions Unveiled at This Year’s CES Like school, work conferences and visiting your grandparents, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been virtual-only. So inst...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/15/2021
Apple drops 'exclusion list' which allowed its own apps to bypass firewalls The latest beta of macOS Big Sur has reportedly removed the contentious ability for Apple's own apps to bypass firewalls, a...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/14/2021
The billionaires' brawl over satellite broadband Elon Musk is under siege by fellow billionaires at Amazon and Dish as he tries to get his fledgling space-based broadband service off the ground, with...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/13/2021
Mac malware uses 'run-only' AppleScripts to evade analysis A cryptocurrency mining campaign targeting macOS is using malware that has evolved into a complex variant giving researchers a lot of troubl...
AboutDFIR Content Update 1/12/2021
The first update of 2021 is here: KAPE Guide - added links to KAPE Target Guide and Template Tools & Artifacts - Android - new entries added Tools & Artifacts - File Systems - new entr...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/12/2021
Securing Wi-Fi at Home To create a secure home network, you need to start by securing your Wi-Fi access point (sometimes called a Wi-Fi router). This is the device that controls who and what can conn...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/11/2021
Russian Hacker Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Involvement In Massive Network Intrusions At U.S. Financial Institutions, Brokerage Firms, A Major News Publication, And Other Companies Audrey Stra...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/08/2021
Rioters Had Physical Access to Lawmakers’ Computers. How Bad Is That? On Wednesday, hundreds of Donald Trump supporters rioted and stormed the Capitol, getting into the Senate and the offices of some...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/07/2021
Watch a Robot Dog Learn How to Deftly Fend Off a Human STUDY HARD ENOUGH, kids, and maybe one day you’ll grow up to be a professional robot fighter. A few years ago, Boston Dynamics set the standard ...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/06/2021
One Million Compromised Accounts Found at Top Gaming Firms Tel Aviv-based threat intelligence firm Kela decided to investigate the top 25 publicly listed companies in the sector based on revenue. Aft...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/05/2021
20 years of tech with Jeff: From green iMacs and DVDs to the iPhone era My stint started in 2000 – I began at USA TODAY earlier, covering entertainment – when we spent a lot of time talking about the...
InfoSec News Nuggets 01/04/2021
Apply brakes to Apple Car expectations, analyst says The idea of an Apple Car landing in showrooms hit the headlines again last week when a Reuters report suggested the tech giant is aiming to have a...