yeah and i think 20000 was considered the lower bound of the actual number over six years the total number who
@AonSayyed @zackwhittakerYeah and I think 20,000 was considered the lower bound of the actual number. Over six years the total number who had access was probably much higher, but FB doesn't have logs for a lot of it.
i have one mainly to promote my stories and more importantly because for whatever reason a great many people w
@AHetaFan I have one mainly to promote my stories and more importantly because for whatever reason a great many people wish to communicate interesting and often sensitive things via FB. I usually try to steer them elsewhere for coms but I sort of have to be on this platform.
i normally don t dive deep into the comments on stories but lately i find myself reading way more comments at
I normally don't dive deep into the comments on stories. But lately I find myself reading way more comments at Hacker News @newsycombinator than I bother with at most sites. Some really interesting thoughts here: https://t.co/JXmCyCGaNa
sorry the fb story landed at the top of like 4 5 major news aggregator sites and the site s getting a lot of t
@barronbarnett sorry the FB story landed at the top of like 4-5 major news aggregator sites and the site's getting a lot of traffic atm. if you wait a few minutes or try shift+refresh it should work. sometimes just a glitch in the matrix.
sorry about the holidays i often get asked by infosec friends to participate in these exercises to make that i
@RachelTobac @wisporgSorry about the holidays. I often get asked by infosec friends to participate in these exercises, to make that initial call to kick of the exercise, etc. I'm always very flattered and also sad I can't ever say yes. But yes, I do want that call to be for real when it happens, yo.
i never do this but this is important so please rt if you agree it s not okay for my mobile provider to sell o
I never do this, but this is important so please RT if you agree: It's not okay for my mobile provider to sell or give my mobile device location info to a 3rd party without at least a court order/subpoena. Background: https://t.co/1Qn2PBweoS and https://t.co/8paXnOKyvV
exclusive breaking the us secret service is quietly alerting banks and atm operators that for the first time e
Exclusive, breaking: The US Secret Service is quietly alerting banks and ATM operators that for the first time ever ATM "Jackpotting" attacks -- designed to empty ATMs of cash via malware and hardware -- have hit ATMs in the United States https://t.co/PcpnZ8owFJ
being in infosec for so long takes its toll i ve come to the conclusion that if you give a data point to a com
Being in infosec for so long takes its toll. I've come to the conclusion that if you give a data point to a company, they will eventually sell it, leak it, lose it or get hacked and relieved of it. There really don't seem to be any exceptions, and it gets depressing.
potentially huge scoop from bloomberg alleging san jose based super micro under direction or control of chines
Potentially huge scoop from Bloomberg alleging San Jose-based Super Micro, under direction or control of Chinese cyber spies, secretly embedded rice-sized computer chips on electronic components stitched into devices made by 30 companies https://t.co/vYmEn1YA7p#supplychain