Ransomware masquerading as game "cheats" is hitting Fortnite players. Fortunately, there are ways to recover without paying a ransom. https://t.co/4cmbPKbGbI #infosec

Weekly Threat Report 26th October 2018 This report is drawn from recent open source reporting. https://t.co/8PGigk2Kik #infosec

Companies phone enterprise customer data home securely and for a variety of perfectly legitimate and useful reasons. The problems stem from insufficient disclosure. https://t.co/fWQ3xyE5BP #infosec

Forced Password Reset? Check Your Assumptions Almost weekly now I hear from an indignant reader who suspects a data breach at a Web site they frequent that has just asked the reader to reset their password. Further investigatio... https://t.co/jNmS8sB7wL via @briankrebs #infosec

Small organizations still face a long list of security threats. These threats and vulnerabilities should be top of mind. https://t.co/1LOx6Nx3zg #infosec

Weekly Threat Report 19th October 2018 This report is drawn from recent open source reporting. https://t.co/VcYmTSn4iB #infosec

Yesterday was #NationalAviationDay! How has aviation affected your life? – What has it inspired you to? It inspired me to become a @usairforce fighter pilot and a #Apollo11 astronaut! 🚀👨‍🚀 https://t.co/KUz6JCQTLH

Weekly Threat Report 12th October 2018 This report is drawn from recent open source reporting. https://t.co/JVXogX4GbN #infosec

Joint report on publicly available hacking tools How to limit the effectiveness of tools commonly used by malicious actors. https://t.co/uWSRmmGn0w #infosec

Thank you @VP for renewing America's commitment to human space exploration! I'm very proud to be a member of the National Space Council and will do everything I can to expand American leadership in space! The time has come to go back to the Moon! 🚀🌑 https://t.co/oCBfkhlhMy

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