Here’s food for thought from people you should be following on Twitter.
People don’t get why Inception was such a profoundly great movie. It’s a story where the predictions fail, and the players adapt.
— Dan Kaminsky (@dakami) March 25, 2013
Fuzzing only for crashes? No, I mean, did anyone ever think of using a fuzzer to generate features instead? Life is not worth writing code.
— Andrey Labunets (@isciurus) March 26, 2013
Pro TIP: When LOOKING for a NEEDLE in a HAYSTACK, first INCINERATE the HAYSTACK.
— Dalek Thay (@DalekThay) March 26, 2013
I’d be sympathetic to web developer complaints about browser data storage and persistence if every technique wasn’t abused to track me.
— explanoit (@explanoit) March 27, 2013
This week is going to be full of compromises, 0-days, DDoS attacks, and dumb management decisions. In other words, nothing special.
— Info Security Jerk (@infosecjerk) March 25, 2013
Privacy is dead and encryption is the only solution. Need to define limits on when government can force disclosure of decryption keys.
— Jim Denaro (@CipherLaw) March 22, 2013