Jared Rimer (jrimer80) wrote,
Jared Rimer
jrimer80

My tweets

  • Tue, 13:12: tech blog the best antivirus of 2020: Hi. This appeared from the local news paper. https://t.co/JPwcpHUSxl The main catigries were security, false positives and performance. Lacking is accessability and in particular the targeting… https://t.co/IOMbWeQTnd check it out!
  • Tue, 13:25: The Phish Labs blog How to Detect Look-alike Domain Registrations: Malicious domains are attributed to a wide variety of cyber attacks capable of undermining a brand’s credibility. A spoofed domain is easy and quick to create, and can act as the catalyst… https://t.co/N9mUP7DNSS https://t.co/2aalZffIRo
  • Tue, 15:21: tech blog Windows Update is now a problem: In this blog post from early September I talk about Windows Defender being able to download files through a specific command. A little over a month later, Shaun Everiss sends me Windows Update can… https://t.co/dEJZW3kH9c check it out!
  • Tue, 15:23: The Source presents Full parking enforcement resumes on Thursday, Oct. 15, in city of Los Angeles: In March at the onset of safer-at-home orders, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti relaxed parking enforcement across the city of Los Angeles as part of the… https://t.co/3XRBueKZgq https://t.co/M2SoOT0j63
  • Tue, 16:08: RT @jrimer2008: tech blog What’s going on with the Phishing Landscape? Plenty, and it isn’t looking good: On podcast 12 of the Security Box…
  • Tue, 18:41: Cyber scoop As voters cast their ballots, courts nationwide issue election security edicts: Legal battles with election security implications raged across the country over the holiday weekend, even with early voting well underway at… https://t.co/0N48UF6OP8 Check it out! https://t.co/bXTlY6gsvC
  • Tue, 19:49: Cyber scoop Norway says Russian hackers carried out breach at parliament: Russian state-sponsored hackers were behind a breach of the Norwegian parliament in August in which attackers stole data from lawmakers’ email accounts, Norwegian… https://t.co/Ai0fp1l8q8 Check it out! https://t.co/DubKiuso03
  • Tue, 20:04: RT @jrimer2008: tech blog Phishing won’t stop, just because of the election: In our title piece dealing with Phishing, we wanted to highlig…
  • Tue, 22:00: Krebs on security Microsoft Patch Tuesday, October 2020 Edition: It's Cybersecurity Awareness Month! In keeping with that theme, if you (ab)use Microsoft Windows computers you should be aware the company shipped a bevy of software updates today to fix at… https://t.co/wa8yX4WpOK https://t.co/BrM4gIWRzW
  • Wed, 03:30: Cyber scoop US advisory meant to clarify ransomware payments only spotlights widespread uncertainty: If a Treasury Department advisory threatening financial penalties against anyone paying ransomware hackers was intended to send a clear… https://t.co/SO5zeuqka1 Check it out! https://t.co/KGZnUtcUVj
  • Wed, 07:21: Trend Micro Search: Smaller October Patch Tuesday Fixes TCP/IP, RDP Bugs: Microsoft's Patch Tuesday update for October has a relatively smaller number of patches. After a few months where the number of bug fixes exceeded the 100-mark,… https://t.co/x1JkGbMrf2 Check it out! https://t.co/1u3L71mucS
  • Wed, 08:31: tech blog Yahoo! Groups to close on December 15, 2020: I can’t believe this news, although some of us have used this and Topica for years. Topica closed their free service with no email to us free users, and now they brand themselves as one… https://t.co/w2wJctr7Qm check it out!
  • Wed, 08:31: Cyber scoop Meet FIN11, a cybercrime outfit going after pharma companies while leaning on extortion: Researchers have pieced together details about a newly-identified, financially-motivated hacking group they say is behind bold, large and… https://t.co/1H7Yyvu376 Check it out! https://t.co/w6IlidFlw9
  • Wed, 10:43: tech blog Time to get your M-braille On: After some time away, M-braille is back and working for those of us who like it. I like it because i can hear what I’ve typed. While I’ve used braille screen input, my hands prefer the ease of… https://t.co/Ajz5Ub8Chc check it out!
  • Wed, 11:42: Cyber scoop SD-WAN is a pandemic-ready network security technology: A former national cyberthreat intelligence adviser urges federal agency leaders to adapt a platform mindset that fully embraces software-defined networking. The post SD-WAN… https://t.co/qaDdGw1eSK Check it out! https://t.co/UpVs2Lf2ph
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