NSA Security Posters 1950s-1970s

When listening to my favorite infosec podcast Risky Business, I heard them make a remark that some NSA posters have been declassified. Here you can find them all in one PDF that you can send straight to your company’s A0 plotter ;-] NSA Security Posters 1950s-1970s They are lovely, gorgeous! Even the declassified banner at […]

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Radical Transparency

Just learned this concept. Loved it the moment I heard the term from a podcast with Ray Dalio. A pleasure to listen to this person. One can almost sense the wisdom by just focusing on his manner of speaking. From a business point of view there is: Radical corporate transparency Radical corporate transparency, as a […]

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DNS Paradise is here

some years back I was obsessed by DNS since it’s an often overlooked attack venue and someone draw my attention to malware that changes DNS settings if the host file cannot be changed. Then there were DNS fragmentation attacks and then various DNS providers came along. I believe OpenDns was the first? Recently Cloudflare closed […]

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Slingshot

Kaspersky just put some new TLA’s in the spotlight with it’s report about a new type of malware discovered. Grayfish, Lamberts, Equation, SOCOM, Gollum, Cahnadr, NeedleWatch are all names that could come directly from a Jason Bourne movie. In reality it’s all linked to a U.S.-led counterterrorism cyber-espionage operation that targeted ISIS and al-Qaeda members. Kaspersky […]

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Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier

This is a really Interesting article, also available as audio, about Christopher Steele, a PI who created a dossier making explosive allegations that the Russian government has been “cultivating, supporting and assisting” President-elect Donald Trump for years.   And this is an interesting angle by means of a fascinating video about collusion. Collusion implies two […]

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GDPR versus Blockchain

This was an eye opener to me and perhaps kids stuff for you, if you are are well versed in GDPR and blockchain. Basically this article comes down to the fact that GDPR requires an institute the ability to erase pesonal data from the past. However Blockchain depends on historic transactions that cannot be changed […]

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Yes, this movie is a must see! For me this movie was all about contradictions. As you can see below, the official website of this movie is also like a billboard with all the winner! signs.   Storyline When the Ebbing, Missouri Police Department is unable to solve her daughter Angela’s murder, tough-as-nails Mildred Hayes […]

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Privacy? I don’t have anything to hide

Some years back I was being faced with friends responding this way. Then it stopped. But why? Perhaps because of the new GDPR that put the subject on the table? Does the GDPR initiate some consciousness? Some websites have gathered both knowledge and tools related to privacy protection. One of these is privacytools.io This is […]

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