Lost+Found: Revealing tweets, a phrack eBook and self-blockades
Too brief for news, too good to lose; Lost+Found is a turn adult of useful confidence news. Today: Revealing tweets, hurricane sirens, a phrack eBook and self-blockades.
- Under a Twitter comment @NeedADebitCard , a tweets from users who have fast taken photos of their withdraw or credit cards and posted them online are collected. The users have mostly lost to make a label number, death date and owners unreadable.
- Comodo’s OCSP servers during ocsp.comodoca.com and ocsp.usertrust.com, used to check either an SSL certificate has been revoked, were labelled as questionable a week ago and appearing on several blacklists . McAfee’s TrustedSource use and even Comodo’s possess site inspector indicted a site of swelling malware. Those who were regulating software that evaluates a certificates of a site with a Comodo certificate would have found themselves incompetent get an encrypted connection. Since then, though, a problem has been bound though because a association would apparently blacklist itself is unclear.
- Seven hurricane sirens dumbfounded a approximately 16,000 adults of Lemont, Illinois final Saturday during 19:30 internal time, though it appears no one in management set them off. The military had activated them a prior Sunday and it is believed that that vigilance was available and reused to emanate a evenings disturbance. Nearby Evanston’s sirens also apparently sounded but activation.
- A blogger by a name of albino has collected and converted all 25 years of Phrack magazine into formats entertaining on ebook readers and kindles.
- Another forum, another 400,000 cue hashes. The save of SHA256 hashes surfaced on a forum with no denote of where they originate. Approximately one third of them have already been cracked.
July 8th, 2012 in General Security