My company's 2019 Website Threat Research report is out.
Man, I forget all the day to day work our teams do to unveil all the crappy shit that bad guys try to do to us on the internet.
I'm not sure what I did to earn a credit at the end, but I'll take it.
It's a long read, but really good. If you're in infosec you'll probably recognize some of what we've reported on.
I am shocked to see the amount of companies that are sharing my infomation with Facebook, here are only a few of them: Meetup.com doc.co.nz darknet.org.uk dndbeyond.com databricks.com edx.org kaggle.com ... The list goes on. If anyone has FB still then I would really recomend having a look at their new tool 'Off-Facebook' which shows you who has shared info with them.
Interesting to see that even more Itel bugs are coming out of the works, makes me wonder how long these have been known but not reported: https://www.securityweek.com/cacheoutl1des-new-speculative-execution-attack-affecting-intel-cpus
'New: leaked documents, data, contracts show how hugely popular antivirus Avast now harvests internet browsing data and sells it for millions of dollars. Clients included Home Depot, Google, Microsoft. Documents show a product called "All Clicks Feed"'
Why is this the world I live in?