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Some thoughts on “Protecting against ransomware using PCI DSS and other hardening standards”

20 May 2018

Post “Protecting against ransomware using PCI DSS and other hardening standards” (1) published this week by Paul Norris in SC Media UK is really worth reading. 330 more words

Opinion

The Hacker Guccifer 2.0: VPNs & How Not To Use Them

Anonymity on the web is not automatic.

In order to truly not be tracked, you must take several measures to secure yourself on the web, first and foremost by utilizing a VPN, or… 541 more words

Computer Tips

Project Retribution – Cyber War Unleashed: China VS US

Chapter 1 – Cyber/Drone Warfare Unleashed

The small fly on the wall of the Premier’s office went unnoticed by him and his advisers. “We must stop the Americans before they have solidified the entire Middle East as their sole sphere of influence,” Chang Lo said in a heavy voice, filled with the same determination that catapulted him from a lowly private in the People’s Liberation Army to the chambers of the elite Chinese Communists’ Politburo.  9,479 more words

Future Trends

Author Interview with Sam Boush of the Cyber War series

Please welcome Sam Boush author of All Systems Down

Describe the process you went through to write this particular kind of book.

In short, I read a lot of books and talked to a lot of experts. 940 more words

Authors

Book Review: All Systems Down by Sam Boush

I am old enough to remember when the entire eastern seaboard electrical grid went down. Since it happened just shortly after 9/11, most people were simply happy that it wasn’t another terrorist attack, and that it was no more than a simple glitch in the system. 343 more words

Book Review

The First World CyberWar

Trust me when I tell you that I’m not one for cyber-hype. 

I was over the whole cyborg-thing before there even was an Internet.  Nearly three decades ago, my fellow undergraduates wrote endless bad papers on… 997 more words

Cyberwar

Dec 27 2017, Episode 397, Show Notes

Episode 396 of The CyberJungle is about 32 minutes long.  The interview with Fred Kaplan, the author of  “Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyberwar” begins at 13:30. 237 more words

Vulnerabilities