Blog Digest November 2022

Blog Digest November 2022

Cybersecurity Winter is coming

Marc Ruef
by Marc Ruef
on November 25, 2022
time to read: 3 minutes

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Amazon Alexa is a “colossal failure,” on pace to lose $10 billion this year

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Apple Says Your iPhone’s Usage Data is Anonymous, but New Tests Say That’s Not True

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Elon Musk fired top Twitter execs including CEO, reports say

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Fake Proof-of-Concepts used to lure security professionals

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How we Geolocated a Photo of a Russian Missile Programming Team

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Meta researchers create AI that masters Diplomacy, tricking human players

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Ouch! Ransomware gang says it won’t attack AirAsia again due to the “chaotic organisation” and sloppy security of hacked company’s network

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Rapid Security Responses on Apple devices

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RC4 Is Still Considered Harmful

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Redditor acquires decommissioned Netflix cache server with 262TB of storage

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San Francisco police consider letting robots use ‘deadly force’

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The Dark Web and the Upside Down: Stranger Things in Cybersecurity

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The tech CEO spending millions to stop Elon Musk

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We could run out of data to train AI language programs

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What is ransomware-as-a-service and how is it evolving?

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Why Twitter Didn’t Go Down: From a Real Twitter SRE

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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