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2018-10-15 | The Illustrated TLS Connection, Sorry for the SIMjacking, and Passport selfies
Monday, October 15
The Google + incident is probably why Google was MIA at the Senate hearings opines Scott Galloway in a recent Recode podcast. He and Kara Swisher discussed the Google+ cover up and there’s also a robust Reddit discussion on the topic of when companies should disclose.
TWEET OF THE DAY
If you ever get access to a jenkins server, you can decrypt stored credentials via the script console using println [redacted] - @rambojohndoe
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
The Illustrated TLS Connection compiled by @xargsnotbombs
Dan Goodin poses an interesting question: If supermicro boards were so bug-ridden, why would you even need implants?
Forbes’ Thomas Brewster details an interesting story of the first publicly known fraudulent abuse of TransUnion’s TLO database by a Charlotte-based rap crew.
Twitter hit $1M in bounties paid to hackers
Quite the story in Motherboard about how Jared Goetz talked the 17-year old who had hijacked his SIM card into giving him back his info and even to apologize.
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