So your Twitter has been hacked. Now what?

So I’m getting a lot of Twitter spam with links to install bad crap on my computer. More than just occasionally, these DM’s are sent by folks in the infosec field. They should know better than to click unknown links without taking precautions. So what do you need to do? Simple. Follow these basic NIST […]

Marketing – first against the wall when the revolution comes

A colleague of mine just received one of those awful marketing calls where the vendor rings *you* and demands your personal information “for privacy reasons” before continuing with the phone call. *Click* As a consumer, you must hang up to avoid being scammed. End of story. No exceptions. Even if the business has a relationship […]

Responsible disclosure failed – Apple ID password reset flaw

Responsible disclosure is a double edged sword. The faustian bargain is I keep my mouth shut to give you time to fix the flaws, not ignore me. I would humbly suggest that it is very relevant to your interests when a top security researcher submits a business logic flaw to you that is trivially exploitable […]

Zombie Apocalypse – Economic armageddon using Gresham’s Law

I was heartened to find out that someone was given grant money for a study that demonstrates that the fresh brains market in a zombie apocalypse would peter out after six months. Afterwards, the earth would be either empty (most likely) or a wasteland with few zombies. So that gave me an idea. Gresham’s Law, […]