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When your outsourced security vendor outsources it’s own security…and things ...

Verizon is trying to make itself out as a security firm…but they failed to ensure their own outsourced vendor had proper security policies and procedures in place: An Israeli technology company has exposed millions of Verizon customer records, ZDNet has learned. As many as 14 million records of subscribers who called the phone giant’s customer services in the past six months were found on an unprotected Amazon S3 storage server controlled by an employee of […]


Spectre and Meltdown. How Susceptible Are you?

There’s a ton of crap running around about these vulnerabilities.  This video talks about the vulnerabilities on a user level and gives some background on exactly where the problem lies and much you should worry.  A technical paper on this is upcoming.  This is only a basic overview so the non-techies out there can truly understand what is going on.



Is The Cloud About to Become Fog?

It very well could be. right now I am seeing signs about an embargoed(aka being kept secret) serious HARDWARE security problem RE: virtualization(aka the cloud) that affects Intel processors. The amount of software patching going on is massive and even open source software maintainers are keeping a lid on things. Eventually something will either leak or it will get disclosed. Get ready because it appears this could be something really big….I hope this is speculation […]


Amazon key(Based upon IOT) makes your house absolutely insecure

Amazon Key IMO is a bad idea.  The fact that it is based on IOT makes it worse.  The very concept of you give someone access to your house with no other controls…there’s a camera to watch them but a camera will not stop anyone from doing anything else..jsut record the video of them doing it. now a security vulnerability has been found in the “smart lock” that powers this “service”.  Malwarebytes does not mention […]