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2018-06-25 | Reverse engineering AWS Lambda, Sniff network traffic from your iOS device, and Malicious mobile batteries
Monday, June 25
Alien Vault looks at malicious documents from Lazarus Group targeting South Korea
TWEET OF THE DAY
Sniff network traffic from your iOS device, no jailbreak necessary! Just plug into your mac and run: [REDACTED] standard tcpdump options/filters apply - @samykamkar
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Supreme Court: cell phone location data is protected by the Fourth Amendment.
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