SwiftOnSecurity

SwiftOnSecurity

@SwiftOnSecurity

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Systems security, author https://t.co/LUiVUeE6gN, https://t.co/rzDVLlLn6y, write SciFi, & sysadmin. Microsoft MVP, Client Security 2018. they/them/tay

Cyber, USA
Joined on April 10, 2014
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Here's their contact form if you're interested in requesting payment terms. https://t.co/TDvQHjyMdF

Company threatens patent lawsuits against state governments attempting to track COVID-19 infections with cell phones https://t.co/T4oTERp1po

("Real ones" is a term of endearment in at least American culture)

Know there's a lot of jokes out there tonight about getting plastered, but shout-out to the real ones fighting and staying clean too.

Well this is going to be a shitshow

CD case included for size cornparison

The Raspberry Pi 4 has enough power to emulate Dreamcast now, and there has never been a good Crazy Taxi port, so....

I bought one and a case with cooling and I'm loading it with RetroPie.
Will also run Kodi (XBMC) to finally fully replace my HTPC and free up rack space for XBSX https://t.co/zCQrxRIxTJ
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The Raspberry Pi 4 has enough power to emulate Dreamcast now, and there has never been a good Crazy Taxi port, so.... I bought one and a case with cooling and I'm loading it with RetroPie. Will also run Kodi (XBMC) to finally fully replace my HTPC and free up rack space for XBSX https://t.co/zCQrxRIxTJ

djpn
18 hours ago

Quoted @SwiftOnSecurity

Another time an arborist knew the kinds of climate-specific flora outside one of my windows and told me the metro area I live in. Donโ€™t fuck with arborists.

@halvorz https://t.co/q3Dg0zgUfT

Juamei
19 hours ago

@stephen_czn @SwiftOnSecurity I've blown large client projects apart with many weeks of effort sunk in and months more planned by, just by asking simple questions. "How will the data go from x to y" etc

Although yes some questions can appear basic, but they help sync up mental states on subtleties in an environment that are impossible to otherwise discover. "No you can't get to Google on the WiFi." ...later... "No we all use a second WiFi network in the office for that." Me: https://t.co/JnSKp7N7Qn

@SwiftOnSecurity I once derailed an entire cross-team meeting by asking a question. Really dumb question, about a term being used. Only problem was, once someone answered me, the meeting broke down because the teams realized they had different ideas about that termโ€™s meaning.

When I was in middle school we had a career week and multiple people pulled me aside later asking if I wanted a career in their field. Not really I just had lots of questions.

Quoted @ceeoreo_

After my first week on my new job, Iโ€™m learning to ask lots of questions, no matter how obvious they seem. Suffering in silence is not worth it

My CISO kind of recognized me based on my willingness to ask questions in meetings https://t.co/jb4fXKFO3F

Get in the car Marty someone has made a terrible mistake in the past https://t.co/QsWVudwzq0 https://t.co/JG8TNIrpGr

Get in the car Marty someone has made a terrible mistake in the past https://t.co/QsWVudwzq0 https://t.co/JG8TNIrpGr

Had to find a way to bypass IT- imposed screen saver settings this afternoon so the engineer could work on our microCT into the evening (so I didnโ€™t have to return each time to log back in every time he needed to operate the system )... is this what the PhD was for?๐Ÿ˜ https://t.co/1Gb3BFyJ0R

Earlier this week we started seeing a spike in the use of password-protected documents in multiple malware campaigns, including Trickbot. These documents are attached to emails that use varying social engineering lures like the typical "order", "invoice", "documents". https://t.co/rkOrjGTBMQ

Earlier this week we started seeing a spike in the use of password-protected documents in multiple malware campaigns, including Trickbot. These documents are attached to emails that use varying social engineering lures like the typical "order", "invoice", "documents". https://t.co/rkOrjGTBMQ

Europeans are always so angry because they should be sleeping but are up to mislead American flatearthers with "time zones"

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