Really behind the power curve today; but, it’s still Wednesday in Pacific Time. And to help cure your hump-day blues (I sure needed this giggle) we’re going to start out with a not so serious clip.
Fashion and the hacker: https://hackaday.com/2017/04/01/ask-hackaday-which-balaclava-is-best-for-hacking/
Google Chrome brings down the smackdown on Symantec: http://boingboing.net/2017/03/24/symantec-considered-harmful.html
And I’m sorry, but when Apple stumbles I secretly do my woohoo dance. Most hackers seem to embrace open source, and Apple’s stifling proprietary stuff isn’t just tech-geek annoying, it’s toaster-user annoying. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/new-mac-desktops-on-the-way-apple-admits-its-mistake-with-pro-users/?ftag=TREe01923b&bhid=26093227954548321669490942282653
Talking with InfoSec specialists almost daily, I’ve learned that many of them are, depending on what hat they where, treading water to keep their organizations from negative cyber events (see I’m not saying attacks, only a government apparently can see an attack...see last week) while others seem to be twirling their villainous mustaches. This article confirms what I’ve suspected: http://www.cioinsight.com/security/recognizing-the-new-face-of-cyber-security.html
Meanwhile, A $200,000 bounty Google offered to hack its Android OS was not enough to tempt…
As in week’s past, feel free to leave a comment here about any of those articles. Let’s learn from one another. Okay, have pity on the noob and let me learn from you.
Have another great week InfoSec geeks. See you soon.