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2019-06-12 | Malcolm, The Economic Value of DNS Security, and Project Svalbard
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Idaholab open-sourced Malcolm yesterday: easily deployable network traffic analysis tool suite for full packet capture artifacts (PCAP files) and Zeek logs.
TWEET OF THE DAY
man, security is hard - @teknogeek
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
The Economic Value of DNS Security, analysis of the DBIR report shows $10B in annual losses that could have been averted with DNS firewalls
Troy’s Project Svalbard, taking havibeenpwned to the next level
In case you missed it, macOS Catalina will switch to Zsh as the default shell, replacing GNU Bash
Google team wins Facebook CTF, trolls leaderboard. <3
Really, NetGear? Accepting Operating Systems like it’s 1995
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