(3 of 4) recommendations from infosec professionals:
LEVEL UP - how learn about newest hacking techniques and vulnerabilities:
Read current CTF writeups and Bug Bounty Reports
Subcribe to mailing lists like:
Full Disclosure - nmap.org/mailman/listinfo/fulldisclosure
Bugtraq - securityfocus.com/archive
Recently asked professional pentesters and hackers what they read, listen to, consume in order to keep up-to-date with infosec and their profession. This is what they said: (1 of 4)
THINGS TO READ:
*Reddit (/r/netsec && create multireddit add all security)
custom alerts @ news.google.com
* recommended by multiple people
Whenever the Mastodon new car smell wears off lets all remember these past couple of weeks where we all worked to be inclusive and supportive of each other, where we gave every new member a pineapple as a welcome gift, and where we enthusiastically created more than EIGHT HUNDRED small communities in the hope that everyone could have a place where they felt at home.
Well that was weird!! #twinpeaks
Decided to check out the original #twinpeaks series so I know whats going on in the new one. Watching the pilot right now. Lots of people crying sums up the first part of it.
A beautiful afternoon in the cascade canyon in the Tetons.
Gotta go to work. "I love taking freight trains to KC in the middle of the night!" Said no one ever. #conductorlife
/!\ Warning witches (and federated people), @goth1856 is posting bloody cadavers (and severed body parts...) without any tag - or comment other than "ew, this is bad".
Block them until @Alda comes back to deal with them, or you'll see those charming - and utterly unhelpful to anybody victim of the violence they pretend to be denouncing - all over your TLs. >.<
I hate it when technologically stupid people make tech decisions.
I just got an email from my bank that states i can no longer online bank unless I am running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10.
end of the email....
The operating systems listed above support the industry standards for a more secure protocol and ensure the connection from your device to the platform is secure, encrypted and safe from malicious attacks
I think I'll be switching. what a bunch of dumbasses.
Linux zealot and family man. Interested in all things Linux and free software (free as in freedom) Enjoy reading and listening to podcasts.
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