Blog Digest June 2022

Blog Digest June 2022

These are the heated Cybersecurity Weeks

Marc Ruef
by Marc Ruef
on June 30, 2022
time to read: 3 minutes

The scip Blog Digest is a monthly released summary of the most important, thrilling and crazy posts from the international blogosphere. While reading this digest it remains very easy to keep up to date with the events of cybersecurity and advanced technology. Follow our team on Twitter and the company on LinkedIn, to get the most recent news.

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Axon Wants To Make Taser Drones for Schools Despite Its Own Ethics Board’s Concerns

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Crypto Traders Turn Against Each Other in a Collapsing Market

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Defending Against the Five Stages of a Ransomware Attack

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Downthem DDoS-for-Hire Boss Gets 2 Years in Prison

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Elon Musk’s regulatory woes mount as U.S. moves closer to recalling Tesla’s self-driving software

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Everybody Does Good VM When S#!t Hits the Fan

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FBI seizes domains used to sell stolen data, DDoS services

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Five Key Trends on SOC Modernization

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Gone in 130 seconds: New Tesla hack gives thieves their own personal key

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How AI can recognize people even in anonymized datasets

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How I Was Able To Send Emails On Behalf of Any Apple User Email, Yes Any!!!

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Improving AI-based defenses to disrupt human-operated ransomware

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Proofpoint Discovers Potentially Dangerous Microsoft Office 365 Functionality that can Ransom Files Stored on SharePoint and OneDrive

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Ransomware attacks have dropped. And gangs are attacking each other’s victims

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Ransomware Group Debuts Searchable Victim Data

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Russia unexpectedly poor at cyberwar, say European military heads

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Sponge Examples : Energy-Latency Attacks on Neural Networks

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The Subversive Trilemma

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The Surreal Case of aC.I.A. Hacker’s Revenge

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Threat profile: RansomHouse makes extortion work without ransomware

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When Soatok Used Bugcrowd

About the Author

Marc Ruef

Marc Ruef has been working in information security since the late 1990s. He is well-known for his many publications and books. The last one called The Art of Penetration Testing is discussing security testing in detail. He is a lecturer at several universities, like ETH, HWZ, HSLU and IKF. (ORCID 0000-0002-1328-6357)

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