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Cybersecurity Visuals Challenge - OpenIDEO
a challenge to make graphic representations of infosec other than that guy in the hoodie
security  infosec  design  art 
19 days ago by ignatz
The CIA's communications suffered a catastrophic compromise
According to the former intelligence official, once the Iranian double agent showed Iranian intelligence the website used to communicate with his or her CIA handlers, they began to scour the internet for websites with similar digital signifiers or components — eventually hitting on the right string of advanced search terms to locate other secret CIA websites.
google  security  infosec  cia  via:jomc 
november 2018 by ignatz
Wardoghk comments on Found hooked up to my router
Someone's roommate hooked up a phishing/snooping device to the house router after being conned by a pyramid scheme
security  infosec  wtf  reddit  networking 
september 2018 by ignatz
The Hack at ShapeShift
Full narrative of the hacks March 14-April 9th
infosec  bitcoin 
may 2016 by ignatz
German nuclear plant infected with computer viruses, operator says | Reuters
A nuclear power plant in Germany has been found to be infected with computer viruses, but they appear not to have posed a threat to the facility's operations because it is isolated from the Internet, the station's operator said on Tuesday.
infosec  doom 
april 2016 by ignatz
Buggy 'smart meters' open door to power-grid botnet • The Register
New electricity meters being rolled out to millions of homes and businesses are riddled with security bugs that could bring down the power grid, according to a security researcher who plans to demonstrate several attacks at a security conference next month
infosec  security  infrastructure  failure  software  energy  network 
june 2009 by ignatz
Ten Most Important Security Incidents Involving Removable Devices | ThreatChaos
the top ten most important incidents regarding removable devices, including hardware keystroke loggers, USB thumb drives, and MP3 players
risks  security  tech  devices  infosec  memorystick 
february 2009 by ignatz

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