New post on using #aws #config to interrogate your environment to uncover resources. I've just begun to scratch the surface with Config, but its killer feature for me is finding the account that owns an S3 bucket.
A brief history of #DRM and how we got to where we are:
Help the #FSF reach their goal of 200 new members by August 7!
Share this link with others today! https://my.fsf.org/join?pk_campaign=frspring2020&pk_source=banner
I think all #infosec practitioners should read this. I've experienced both sides of the security/management divide (as both a consultant and as an internal asset).
This is insightful information for anyone that hasn't been exposed to it personally.
Don't let proprietary digital voting disrupt democracy: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/dont-let-proprietary-digital-voting-disrupt-democracy
My #personalcomputing revolutions:
- 1994: I first connected to the Internet
- 1997: #3dfx Voodoo (Quake2 with colored lights? F-yeah! Probably my most significant personal revolution)
- 2007: Core2 Duo doubled my processors
- 2008: Intel X-18M was my first #SSD (arguably this was the most signifcant personal computing revolution)
- 2020: I bought the #logitech m570 trackball and can't go back to a regular mouse (even the recently-released refresh of the MS intellimouse explorer!)
Happy #4th of July!
Please, Americans, if you do nothing else today, then please take action against EARN-IT.
We discussed it on the show, but it would destroy online privacy, crypto, etc. This is no joke. Please, take action TODAY as it goes up for a vote July 2nd.
If you love Free Software or Privacy, this bill has to die!
Big accomplishment this evening: finally removed all documents and personal info from #google drive.
Gmail - ✅️ (fastmail)
Gmaps - ✅️ (openstreet map)
Google Search - ✅️ (searx)
Google Analytics - ✅️ (none)
Chrome - ✅️ (brave or firefox)
Drive - ✅️ (NAS in the basement + Dropbox backup)
Next step is review https://nomoregoogle.com/ to see what other Google products I'm forgetting.
Congratulations to Boston, which just banned facial surveillance technology. This is another step toward protecting civil liberties everywhere. https://www.wbur.org/news/2020/06/23/boston-facial-recognition-ban Learn about face surveillance and why we supported legislation to defend privacy rights: https://protonmail.com/blog/face-surveillance-moratorium/
Fridays are when I typically find myself performing meta-analysis of how well I've been working the past week. Y'know, #productivity and all that...
Today, I stumbled upon the writings of Al Khan and I've found them to be valuable. You might, also, so here: