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[SANS ISC] Keeping an Eye on Dangerous Python Modules, (Fri, Jun 11th)

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With Python getting more and more popular, especially on Microsoft Operating systems, it’s common to find malicious Python scripts today. I already covered some of them in previous diaries[1][2]. I like this language because it is very powerful: You can automate boring tasks in a few lines. It can be used for offensive as well as […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-04-24

A Census of Deployed Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) Versions research.nccgroup.com/2021/04/23/a-census-of-deployed-pulse-connect-secure-pcs-versions/ Today we are releasing some statistics around deployment of Pulse Connect Secure versions in the wild. The hope is that by releasing these statistics we can help to highlight the risk around outdated versions of PCS, which are being actively exploited by malicious actors. Supply […]

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[TheRecord] Emerging from uncertainty, DOD cyber war college looks to navigate the future

Jim Langevin wanted to put the Pentagon on notice. In April last year the Rhode Island Democrat and a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to Defense Department leaders that pointedly urged them not to move ahead with a plan to shutter the National Defense University’s College of Information and Cyberspace.  The missive was […]

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