There has been an uptick in the number of phones being pwned by adversaries. This is quite perilous as SMS messages as a multi-factor authentication (MFA) security mechanism is now ubiquitous with banks, Read more
TLDR; If you get an email claiming they have xxx pics of you via your webcam or other media, they probably don’t. They may send you photos that you have made publicly available on Facebook or some other social media. They may also have some confidential information on you like an old password. More than likely some service you have used in the past was compromised and old data is available on the dark web.
Don’t fall for the blackmail scam!
TLS is DEAD! Long Live TLS!
As most of you are probably aware, TLS 1.3 (draft 28) was recently accepted by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) as an official standard.
What ramifications will TLS 1.3 have on tried and true network operations like URL filtering or passively load balancing to specific servers based on hostname? Read more