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2018-05-14 | EFAIL PGP vulnerabilities, Hide and Seek IoT malware can survive reboot, and When spies hack journalism

Monday, May 14

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  • Before anyone freaks out about "efail", realize that using it would be:
    1) extremely easy to detect
    2) archived in your target's email
    As an attacker, I could not care less about this technique. It's intellectually neat, but operationally stupid. @danguido

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