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Black Hat priorities: don't get pwned, do get work done

LAS VEGAS–I took my own phone and laptop to the Black Hat USA security conference here, which is often held out as a bad idea. 349 more words


Covering Your Twitter Tracks

Twitter has been around since early 2006, which means that some early adopters (like myself) have over a decade of tweets on the service. Although obscured by Twitter’s UX, persistent individuals can continually scroll backwards or use Twitter’s  700 more words


Shower Laundry

Despite plans to leave five days ago, I’m still here at Stan’s Blanket. All my locations get codenames, not because I’m Special OPS, but because every little piece of information can be made into a total picture. 663 more words


Family and Friends Who Don't Prepare

Kit Perez has been written a short article titled The Dilemma of Family and Friends Who Don’t Prep over at American Partisan about how you might need to react to people asking for food in the event of a severe crisis. 407 more words


Virtual Patching

Virtual Patching is a security policy enforcement layer which prevents and reports the exploitation attempt of a known vulnerability. This layer analyzes the transactions and intercepts attacks in transit, so malicious traffic never reaches web application. 384 more words


Assholes and Infiltrators

There are, in fact, two kinds of people in the world of activism. Assholes and infiltrators. Every single one of us good-intentioned activists is an asshole.

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OpSec: Well Duh!

Talk about “Gray Man,” my five year old Honda Civic looks like a hundred thousand other Honda Civics out there. It is even gray in color, the most popular color in that model run. 485 more words

Being Prepared