"Standing on the shoulders of giants"
Welcome! This site aggregates RSS feeds about information security.
Why am I creating yet another news aggregation site?
As an infosec professional, I need to keep up with all the news happening. I could have used an RSS reader but having something live on the Internet is much better (don't need to set up on many different devices) It is also a great opportunity for me to learn new stuff.
I have been experimenting with different Static Site Generators (SSG) and I am pretty familiar with Jekyll and Hugo. As my main language is Python, I would like to try another one written in Python, which leads me to Pelican.
How is this site built?
The source of this site can be found on GitLab. The theme I used is m.css (Pelican does have a nice collection of themes and plugins, but the selection is not as great as other more popular frameworks)
- Newer PurpleFox botnet variants leverage WebSockets for coms
- Slack contains an XSLeak vulnerability that de-anonymizes users
- NHS Digital exposes hundreds of email addresses after BCC blunder copies in entire invite list to 'Let's talk cyber' event
- Textbook Rental Scam
- Centre for Computing History apologises to customers for 'embarrassing' breach
- When it comes to ransomware, every second hurts
- Crims target telcos' Linux and Solaris boxes, which don't get enough infosec love
- Acer servers cracked in India and Taiwan – including systems with customer data
- You've heard of HTTPS. Now get a load of HTTPA: Web services in verified remote trusted environments?
- Zerodium wants zero-day exploits for Windows VPN clients