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2018-10-03 | KRACK researchers are back, NIST’s Risk management framework v2, and Not Kylo Ren
Wednesday, October 3
TWEET OF THE DAY
This malware imports the entire zlib library to compress some data with the flag Z_NO_COMPRESSION. - @MalwareTechBlog
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
NIST’s Risk Management Framework v2 updates in and comments open til Oct 31.
Time to disconnect Facebook Connect?
Who would do such a thing to Star Wars? New paper says social media troll accounts targeted The Last Jedi and poured on the negative spin
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For the time being I would still keep him dual-hatted, given that there's nothing equal to NSA when it comes to intelligence gathering, signals, cyber and some other domains.
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