How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight – The New York Times….
Using the Office 365 Activities API to Investigate Business Email Compromises…. MSO 365 has an undocumented API for forensics, where you can curl a user’s activity report.
Very important and insightful help for all of you that might travel to the USA or similar surveillance states. “Reduce data, encrypt, switch off and dont use biometrics“
Have an hacker explain why an “exploit” is like an access or an unwanted access permission to your system. Nice read, albeit German.
Reality update: A New Paradigm For Cyber Threat Hunting … :
“Threat hunting requires a shift to a post-infection mentality and sets of tools such as SIEM (security incident and event management), EDR (endpoint detection and response) and NDR (network detection and response). Even with these tools, threat hunting is a challenge for a variety of reasons. For one thing, these solutions are “heavy.” They require some kind of data collection that involves installing agents on endpoints and/or hardware placed on networks. This can get quite expensive for a large enterprise.“
Reality update: Marcus Hutchins, WannaCry-killer, hit with four new charges by the FBI … :
I do not think the whole story is clear yet, but my intuition tells me to doubt the US version of this story – and I know many people are thankful to Mr. Hutchins for stopping Wannacry, however accidentally that may have been. But what is going on in the court room here? I can’t tell. But the sad part is – as long as it remains unclear, this guy is another Snowden, locked away from home:
“Hutchins, who is living in Los Angeles on bail, is unable to leave the United States since last year due to his pending criminal charges. Hutchins stormed to fame and hailed as a hero earlier last year when he accidentally stopped a global epidemic of the WannaCry ransomware attack that crippled computers all across the world.“
Reality update: Russia to Fine Search Engines for Linking to Banned VPN services … :
“According to the bill, individuals who break the law will face fine of 3,000 to 5,000 rubles (approx. $48 to $80), officials will face fines up to 50,000 rubles (approx. $800), and legal entities could be fined 500,000 to 700,000 (nearly $8,019 to $11,227), reports Russian State Duma Government site.“
“Congrats to excellent work by Jochen Hoenicke on using an inexpensive oscilloscope to monitor the power drawn by a TREZOR bitcoin wallet to determine what data it was processing.“