Infosec Decoded #6: Nano-Origami

with @djhardb, @infosecirvin, @KaitlynGuru, @sambowne, and Alan Wennersten.

Mar 1, 2021

A discussion with Elizabeth Biddlecome, Sam Bowne, Kaitlyn Handelman, Irvin Lemus, and Alan Wennersten.

Kaitlyn Handelman @KaitlynGuru

China-Linked Group RedEcho Targets the Indian Power Sector Amid Heightened Border Tensions

Schools Are Abandoning Invasive Proctoring Software After Student Backlash

Graphene ‘Nano-Origami’ Could Take Us Past the End of Moore’s Law

Alan Wennersten

A Privacy & Security Analysis of the Alexa Skill Ecosystem

Ransomware gang extorts jet maker Bombardier after Accellion breach

Fry’s Electronics is shutting its doors for good

Sam Bowne @sambowne

CPAC Organizer Vehemently Denies Stage Was Designed to Look Like Nazi Symbol

Introducing Crowdsec: A Modernized, Collaborative Massively Multiplayer Firewall for Linux

Far-Right Platform Gab Has Been Hacked—Including Private Data

Elizabeth Biddlecome @djhardb

Hackers release a new jailbreak tool for almost every iPhone

Hackers are finding ways to hide inside Apple’s walled garden

Google looks at bypass in Chromium's ASLR security defense, throws hands up, won't patch garbage issue

Irvin Lemus @infosecirvin

Decentralized naming and certificate authority

How I cut GTA Online loading times by 70%

Former SolarWinds CEO blames intern for 'solarwinds123' password leak