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2018-09-17 | Georgia elections may be required to go paperless, RCE in Alpine Linux, and Hack DHS bill passes Senate
Monday, September 17
TWEET OF THE DAY
The classroom I'm volunteering in still has technology textbooks from the 1980s in it. Is this not the most glorious stock photo of all time? - @toorsdenote
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Aadhaar déjà vu: Huffington Post reports about an investigation into breach evidence of The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)
Hack DHS bill passes Senate, heading back to House
Researcher Max Justicz found RCE in Alpine Linux, attention required for your Docker containers.
Terraform + Ansible: Start your own private Burp Collaborator server on AWS EC2 without the painful installation thanks to anshuman and 4Armed
Find the .erlang.cookie, have RCE for life by Rob Fuller
Linus Torvalds had a “man in the mirror moment” and apologized for well, being a jerk sometimes.
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Cyber attacks must seem like an easy yet scary excuse for complex events to the laymen especially over the last few years. Security professionals should be using the interest from non infosec folks as an opportunity to educate instead of sowing fear and hype.