Infosec Decoded #15: Ubiquiti

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

April 2, 2021

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

Irvin Lemus @infosecirvin

Using Bloodhound in Linux environments

Intel accused of wiretapping because it uses analytics to track keystrokes, mouse movements on its website

nOtWASP bottom 10: vulnerabilities that make you cry

Kaitlyn Handelman @KaitlynGuru

Cheating the cheater: How adversaries are using backdoored video game cheat engines and modding tools

Ubiquiti is accused of covering up a ‘catastrophic’ data breach — and it’s not denying it

Selection effects on dishonest behavior

Alan Wennersten

‘Fight for $15’ Files Charges Against McDonald’s for Illegally Spying on Workers

Huawei was able to access data from Telfort customers, used fake profiles to influence sentiment
How the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) knew about the Chinese intrusions
Foreign paywalled Huawei article

Sam Bowne @sambowne

North Korean campaign targeting security researchers
Hunting the hunters: How Russian hackers targeted US cyber first responders in SolarWinds breach

Bitcoin and Ethereum Transactions Per Second
Solana: Build Crypto Apps that Scale

Flat Earther Busted in Freemason Arson Spree

Elizabeth Biddlecome @djhardb

Chinese government-run facial recognition system hacked by tax fraudsters: report
Pair accused of turning photos into vids to crack tax dept facial recognition system in China

Amazon tweets trolling Congress were so bad that IT thought account was hacked

Police say they found mafia fugitive on YouTube, posting cooking tutorials

'Suez 2'? Ever Given grounding prompts plan for canal along Egypt-Israel border
CERN's April Fools' Day Prank: Proposal For A 'Space Elevator' Accelerator