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2018-07-03 | The Federal CISO handbook, Stylish browser extension spyware, and Secure reverse shell over SSH script
Tuesday, July 3
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The North Korea - US summit in Singapore had goodie bags. Sort of. A reporter from The Economist gave security researcher Sergei Skorobogatov a USB fan that they grabbed from the media filing center and Sergei took it apart. Turns out the USB fan is just for, well fanning (probably).
TWEET OF THE DAY
Egypt didn't just censor the internet. It profited from it. Many blocked sites were redirected to affiliate ads and cryptocurrency mining scripts. Even @UN sites were redirected. https://blog.torproject.org/egypt-internet-censorship - @torproject
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Stylish browser extension is essentially spyware says researcher Robert Heaton
Security.txt has a mailing list
Financial Stability Board published a “cyber lexicon” document
40+ Start up Security articles from @magoo
Secure reverse shell over SSH script by @noxrnet
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