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2017-10-20 | OSX/Proton spreading again, Assembly Line by CSE, and Attack surface reduction rules
Friday, October 20
TWEET OF THE DAY
I was asked for comment today wrt some leaked audio from when I was speaking to my security team at Facebook. 1/11 - @alexstamos
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Attack surface reduction rules (teaser content for Natalie Silvanovich’s talk at Security@ next Tue)
Assembly Line - open source malware detection and analysis tool by CSE (Canada Security Establishment)
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