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2018-01-10 | The ‘Equifax bill’, Messy Meltdown patching, and NTIA’s botnet report to POTUS
Wednesday, January 10
NTIA’s botnet report to the President, a joint effort between The Departments of Commerce and Homeland Security. There’s a lot in it, including the aspirational (and very important) “let’s all work together”. Here’s to doing more things like this.
TWEET OF THE DAY
I am interested to hear what folks have to say on @mattadams_ question. How did you get started in #infosec? - @johnlatwc
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Frans Rosén found an issue with ACME TLS-SNI-01/02 used by Let's Encrypt. Also related, doesfranshaveashell.com.
MSFT and ARM blame game
Messy Meltdown and Spectre patching: The Microsoft January patches, and currently all future security patches, will not install unless antivirus vendors take action
How to Assess a Vendor's Data Security cheat sheet from EFF
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