Highly recommended reading if you do Ops or DevOps.
Paraphrasing someone who commented elsewhere:
First I chuckled,
Then I nodded with increasing frequency,
Then I cringed,
Then I wept,
And finally I just dissolved in tears.
Interesting item to think about, knowing your 'enemy'...
does 'knowing your enemy' involve ...
- a list of bad IPs
- a set of event ids
- different entropy (ie when obscuring potentially malicious powershell commands like disabling an etw provider)
"In fact, many observations of past badness — the indicators — may in fact be essentially random and present no useful knowledge about the future badness or about the nature of the enemy, their intents and capabilities."
A flowchart I made 5-ish years ago. Don't think I ever posted it here.
Researcher develops working exploit for critical Windows 10 vulnerability
so this is the one I posted about yesterday
We're part of the world and all of its interconnectedness. Like all other creatures, we need to eat things which used to be alive. Whether plant or animal, that fact is inescapable. To pretend otherwise is to pretend we're not part of the world, as if we're somehow above nature. That kind of thinking has caused enough damage already.
And plants deserve respect too.
Capitalism is quietly erasing the idea of private property. All products are effectively becoming rentals, and the companies can revoke your right to use them whenever they feel like it. It's becoming increasingly difficult to actually own anything. Media is streamed, and devices are locked from the users.
It's hilarious how all the things people were afraid of happening under communism are actually happening under capitalism.
I love open source. Information Security is important to me. I work on Icecast in my free time.
A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.