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2018-02-21 | Windows DFIR stuffy stuff, Sessions’ Cyber A-Team, and What Fancy Bear is up to these days
Wednesday, February 21
TWEET OF THE DAY
We have a fancy internet-connected coffee machine in our newsroom. The coffee isn't that bad. Unsurprisingly, you can login with a default password. - @zackwhittaker
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Windows DFIR stuffy stuff and more by Harlan Carvey
Another report on the economic impact of cyber crime, this one by CSIS/McAfee: over half a trillion dollar impact annually, a 34% increase from the previous report by CSIS/McAfee in 2014.
Kaspersky looks at what Fancy Bear has been up to this past year
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And the GDPR will spark the fuse. It will be so easy to black mail organizations because their webmaster left backup archives on a publicly readable S3 bucket.
The things that we keep finding there is just ridiculous…
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