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2019-04-09 | Zhang’s thumbdrive, Bad hacker stock art, and Cybersecurity Talent Initiative

Tuesday, April 9

TOP STORY

TWEET OF THE DAY

  • New one for the annals of bad hacker stock art. I don't even know what concept is trying to be conveyed here - @gregotto

OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING

  • @WeldPod laments, “So the Secret Service stuck Zhang's thumbdrive into their computer.

  • Contribute to open source tools you love. ActiveScan++ Pull #17 by @infosec_au

  • The Partnership for Public Service just announced Cybersecurity Talent Initiative, a public-private partnership that sounds like a decent gig. Work for a few years for Federal agency and get $75K in student loan assistance.

  • Inside a 2014 breach at a Saudi Embassy in the Netherlands by JM Porup of CSO. The attack compromised the Saudi embassy's non-classified computer network. They deployed a garden-variety rootkit on the workstation of the ambassador’s secretary and took over the embassy's official email account.

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