This week I watched a lot of youtubes. Some of the were okay.
The below brighttalk talk was one of the best I’ve been too and its monthly so you should really watch this and make sure to catch them monthly.
Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB – Monthly Update for September. Great webinar and worth 1 CPE.
This one below from Black Hills Information Security was the best thing I watched this week. Great for beginners like me:
- Password-stealing Linux malware served for 3 years and no one noticed – It’s not too late to check if a Linux device you use was targeted.
- Microsoft leaks 38TB of private data via unsecured Azure storage – The Microsoft AI research division accidentally leaked dozens of terabytes of sensitive data starting in July 2020 while contributing open-source AI learning models to a public GitHub repository.
- Hackers breached International Criminal Court’s systems last week – The International Criminal Court (ICC) disclosed a cyberattack on Tuesday after discovering last week that its systems had been breached.
- T-Mobile app glitch let users see other people’s account info – Today, T-Mobile customers said they could see other peoples’ account and billing information after logging into the company’s official mobile application.
- ISC Daily Stormcast – SANS Podcast for 8/21/23 – DNS TTls; Snatch Ransomware; npm packages; nagios xi vuln;
- Cyberwire Daily – Ep 1910 | 9.20.23 – Hacking the ICC. ShroudedSnooper active, simple, and novel. New criminal malware used against Chinese-speakers. More on the materiality of cyberattacks.
- BEERS WITH TALOS – Rachel Tobac on social engineering, expanding opportunities for women in cybersecurity
TryHackMe – SOC Level 1(74 % Complete): Windows Forensics 1 – Complete