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I recommend asking interviewees for their passwords. If they comply, don't hire them.
To teach security via gamification, we should create a worldwide network of vulnerable servers containing valuable data to steal!
Just notified the 5th financial company of a zero-day in their Android app. They couldn't care less. Defcon will change that.
I just found a Top 100 app that sends passwords over HTTP obfuscated with a Caesar cipher. Really.
I sent vuln reports using online forms to financial companies yesterday. They ignored the report, but now my phone gets spam calls.
Transfer File Over DNS in Windows (with 13 lines of PowerShell) http://breenmachine.blogspot.ca/2014/09/transfer-file-over-dns-in-windows-with.html … #PacITPros
I notified 22 top financial companies of Android app vulns; 1 is patching the app in May; the others don't care. Defcon may change that.
How to explain encryption to your parents: "I help terrorists hide from the government. I'm evil. Pass the pie."
If you want a fast way to really stand out in infosec, try being polite and helpful to people who seem stupid to you.
I taught a class to college CS teachers: they have never heard of VMware, don't know what PING is, can't unzip a .7z file.
eBay used PBKDF2 with 12,000 rounds of SHA-256, apparently. I appreciate criminals revealing the info, since eBay won't tell us.
There's serious hypocrisy in Linux developers protesting torture. Just saying.
I teach Ethical Hacking at City College San Francisco. No one is authorized to read my Tweets; it's a Federal crime to do so.
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