Monday, December 18, 2023

What I am reading 10/18/2023 - Log4J is the gift that keeps on giving

Sorry for the pause, I lost access to the blog for awhile (it was reported as spam and suspended - just got it back this morning)


China’s cyber army is invading critical U.S. services

 National Grid latest UK org to zap Chinese kit from critical infrastructure

 SSH keys stolen by stream of malicious PyPI and npm packages

 Just about every Windows and Linux device vulnerable to new LogoFAIL firmware attack

 Stealthy Linux rootkit found in the wild after going undetected for 2 years

 Patch Now: Exploit Activity Mounts for Dangerous Apache Struts 2 Bug

 A new, modern, and secure print experience from Windows

 CISA urges vendors to get rid of default passwords

 MITRE Debuts ICS Threat Modeling for Embedded Systems

 North Korean hacking ops continue to exploit Log4Shell

 Two years on, 1 in 4 apps still vulnerable to Log4Shell

 Apple admits to secretly giving governments push notification data

 Adapting to the Post-SolarWinds Era: Supply Chain Security in 2024

 The quest to turn basalt dust into a viable climate solution

 “Renew Home” company brings power grid data to your smart home

 Broadcom ends VMware perpetual license sales, testing customers and partners

 As the SEC’s new data breach disclosure rules take effect, here’s what you need to know

 Widespread FBI abuse of foreign spy law sets off “alarm bells,” tech group says

Texas power plants have no responsibility to provide electricity in emergencies, judges rule

 To Revive Portland, Officials Seek to Ban Public Drug Use

 How to De-Ice Your Windshield Easily and Effectively


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