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Hacker posts data of 10,000 American Express accounts

bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/hacker-posts-data-of-10-000-american-express-accounts-for-free/

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Nissan source code leaked

zdnet.com/article/nissan-source-code-leaked-online-after-git-repo-misconfiguration/

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Analysis Of Vmware Workstation And Esxi Using Debug Symbols From Flings

zerodayinitiative.com/blog/2021/1/6/mindshare-analysis-of-vmware-workstation-and-esxi-using-debug-symbols-from-flings

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How Hacked a TP-Link Router

reddit.com/r/ReverseEngineering/comments/ksana5/how_we_hacked_a_tplink_router_and_took_home_55000/

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Zyxel hardcoded admin password found

nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2021/01/06/zyxel-hardcoded-admin-password-found-patch-now/

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Red Hat to acquire Kubernetes security company

redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-acquire-kubernetes-native-security-leader-stackrox

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An Invisible Tax on the Web: Video Codecs

blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/07/11/royalty-free-web-video-codecs/

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Hyper-V debugging for beginners. 2nd edition
hvinternals.blogspot.com/2021/01/hyper-v-debugging-for-beginners-2nd.html

Dumping PHP Opcodes Protected by SourceGuardian
medium.com/tenable-techblog/dumping-php-opcodes-protected-by-sourceguardian-a0acd8058038

Syncthing client for Windows
github.com/canton7/SyncTrayzor

Dumped Trump
github.com/janclarin/dumped-trump

Detect-It-Easy
github.com/horsicq/Detect-It-Easy

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How I stole the data in millions of people’s Google accounts

blog.usejournal.com/how-i-stole-the-data-in-millions-of-peoples-google-accounts-aa1b72dcc075

 

nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/ufo/

 

Hackers leak stolen Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine data

bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/hackers-leak-stolen-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-data-online/

 

Hiding execution of unsigned code in system threads

secret.club/2021/01/12/callout.html

 

JavaScript's New Immutable Data Types: Records and Tuples

sitepoint.com/records-tuples-javascript-immutable-data-types

 

Razer Has Created a Concept N95 Mask

theverge.com/2021/1/12/22221344/razer-project-hazel-n95-respirator-mask-coronavirus-chroma-rgb-concept

 

Capcom Hack Affected Way More People

gizmodo.com/the-capcom-hack-affected-way-more-people-than-originall-1846046670

 

GitHub fired Jewish employee

boingboing.net/2021/01/12/github-fired-a-jewish-employee-who-said-stay-safe-homies-nazis-are-about-on-internal-slack-during-capitol-riot-200-staff-sign-letter-questioning-firing-report.html

 

FDA says more than 10,000 containers of ice cream recalled

slashgear.com/fda-says-more-than-10000-containers-of-ice-cream-recalled-over-metal-12654779/

 

Entire Computer Science Curriculum in 1000 YouTube Videos

laconicml.com/computer-science-curriculum-youtube-videos/

 

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Intel Is Dying, And We Can’t Save It

sithsiri.medium.com/intel-is-dying-and-we-cant-save-it-a8685189d79a

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Declassified UFO documents redacted everything about "secret programs" and left everything about irrational people talking the alien garbage in there.  The usual nonsense though it mentioned France already had worked on developing technology to repel the hovercrafts which they deemed "unwanted flying objects".

It is so sketchy, that it basically admits what some of us already knew, though some reports they accuse other governments, and some they just get stonewalled responses from the CIA and military.  The USA has the toys and so does one other balancing power.  Both nestled the tech so deeply behind secret programs that hardly anyone in the government knows a thing about it.

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ePub books from the Open University
open.edu/openlearn/free-ebooks


Malvuln – Malware Vulnerability Research
malvuln.com


Hacking a game with DLL injection
youtube.com/watch?v=KCtLiBnlpk4

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Facebook will pay more than $300 each to 1.6M Illinois users in settlement

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/01/illinois-facebook-users-to-get-more-than-300-each-in-privacy-settlement/

 

MS fixes Windows Defender flaw which would execute instead of deleting malware (~LOL~)

mspoweruser.com/windows-defender-cve-2021-1647/

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