Cobalt Strike Leak, DNS Cache Poisoning, & Decrypting Open SSH – PSW #674
In the Security News, not all cyberattacks are created equal, Google patches two more Chrome zero days, What does threat intelligence really mean, Cobalt Strike leaked source code, DNS cache poisoning is back, and Zebras & Dots!
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- 2. Zebras and Dots – The Hacker Factor Blog
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- 4. We Cracked the Redactions in the Ghislaine Maxwell Deposition
- 5. “Privacy Nutrition Labels” in Apple’s App Store – Schneier on Security
- 6. Google patches two more Chrome zero-days
- 7. Samy Kamkar – NAT Slipstreaming
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- 9. PLATYPUS: With Great Power comes Great Leakage