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[HackerNews] The Increased Liability of Local In-home Propagation

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Today I discuss an attack vector conducive to cross-organizational spread, in-home local propagation. Though often overlooked, this vector is especially relevant today, as many corporate employees remain working from home. In this post, I contrast in-home local propagation with traditional vectors through which a threat (ransomware in particular) spreads throughout an organization. I discuss the […]

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[NCSC-NL] Let’s Encrypt revokes 3 million certificates

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Let’s Encrypt communicated on March 2 2020 that they will revoke a part of their certificates [1]. CAUTION: the certificates will be revoked from March 4 2020 0:00 UTC onwards. The certificates that will be revoked have been issued BEFORE February 29 2020 03:10 UTC. According to Let’s Encrypt about 3 million certificates will be […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2019-06-22

NASA hacked because of unauthorized Raspberry Pi connected to its networkA: www.zdnet.com/article/nasa-hacked-because-of-unauthorized-raspberry-pi-connected-to-its-network/ A report published this week by the NASA Office of Inspector General reveals that in April 2018 hackers breached the agency’s network and stole approximately 500 MB of data related to Mars missions. The point of entry was a Raspberry Pi device that […]

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