Infosec Decoded #48: Evidence as a Service

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

July 27, 2021

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

Irvin Lemus @infosecirvin

Olympics Broadcaster Announces His Computer Password on Live TV

Blaze | File sharing web app

First came the ransomware attacks, now come the lawsuits

Alan Wennersten

The YouTubers who blew the whistle on an anti-vax plot

Police Are Telling ShotSpotter to Alter Evidence From Gunshot-Detecting AI

Internal Documents Reveal NSA Cafeteria Sucks

Sam Bowne @sambowne

China sets goal of running single-stack IPv6 network by 2030, no new IPv4 after 2023

Compsci student walks off with $50,000 after bug bounty report blows gaping hole in Shopify software repos

Quantum entanglement-as-a-service: "The key technology" for unbreakable networks
can we transfer data via quantum entanglement (likewise we communicate today) to a specific target
Is High-Fidelity Quantum-Entanglement Data-Transfer Real?

Elizabeth Biddlecome @djhardb

How Unemployment Insurance Fraud Exploded During the Pandemic

The MAGA-targeted “Freedom Phone” has a breathtaking amount of red flags
Freedom Phone: Why you should avoid it and what else to know

Kaitlyn Handelman @KaitlynGuru

Dell Can’t Ship Majority of Alienware Gaming PCs to California, Colorado, and Other States Due to Power Consumption Regulations
Designing Edge Servers with Arm CPUs to Deliver 57% More Performance Per Watt

Lying, corrupt, anti-American cops are running amok with AI

DuckDuckGo launches new Email Protection service to remove trackers