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2018-10-09 | Risky Business interviews Joe Fitz, Google Plus to close up, and A few powershell scripts
Tuesday, October 9
More questionable aspects of the China chip story. Risky Business podcast did an interview with Joe Fitz, a named source said his comments were taken out of context and had concerns that what they were describing "didn't make any sense". Dragos’ Robert Lee has a good thread asking some important questions as well.
TWEET OF THE DAY
They claimed anonymous US intelligence community sources as well. Except I led the ICS threat discovery mission at the time at the NSA. And I had never heard of this attack being a cyber attack. The NSA doesn’t see everything but if the US IC is your source we would have. - @RobertMLee
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Google Plus to close after exposing half a million users' private data. Not a great story for Google: a vulnerability was found in March and kept quiet. WSJ has the report [paywall] which includes email from executives worried about bad press.
Akamai blogs about capturing the memeCTF flag during ekoparty
ADAPE - Script: A few powershell scripts by hausec
Fitness bands and toilet paper. Call us in a few centuries when the machines finally takeover.
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