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SecTor Security Con1 day ago
When you combine Wi-Fi hacking, #AI and e-paper, you get Pwnagotchi. This is the best thing we’ve read this week. https://t.co/wUAYS6af7W #maker #hacking https://t.co/QS1OreK2fU
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto1 day ago

Ferris Bueller’s spirit lives on.

SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto2 days ago

China isn't the only country with plans for a massive facial recognition database

SecTor Security Con2 days ago
Stumped for something to do on a rainy weekend? This board game for #hackers could be a fun way to teach your kids about the Internet. https://t.co/BoC8gZNl9a #PotatoPirates #boardgame https://t.co/etLPXD6WzN
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto2 days ago

This is all well and good, but they didn't audit Brave, which was created by Mozilla's founder and ex-CTO and just hit the 8 million user mark. We'd love to know how that fared.

SecTor Security Con2 days ago
Monero-mining malware delivered via audio files. Whatever next? https://t.co/dHdYupJ9z5 #cryptocurrency #malware https://t.co/qtBWGeWiQH
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto3 days ago

Still OK posting pictures of your kids online? There have been several cases of facial misappropriation lately to power AI training data sets. Here's another.

SecTor Security Con3 days ago
ifconfig wlan0 down, I think, till this is fixed in my distro. https://t.co/Zy8GAFLrwy #linux #Wifi #cybersecurity https://t.co/mt7ZJiTzDh
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto3 days ago

Gel screen protectors can render your snazzy ultrasound fingerprint scanner vulnerable.

SecTor Security Con3 days ago
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto4 days ago

Don’t expect your password for Canada Post to be the same - it’s resetting them all after a security incident, it says.

SecTor Security Con4 days ago
#Cryptocurrency mining software discovered at international airport https://t.co/S4M8ekaQHn #cryptojacking https://t.co/o7b7DQkDEq
SecTor6 months ago
At SecTor 2018, we sat down with speaker Vladimir Katalov who demonstrated how you can access your Amazon Alexa data, and find out exactly what is ...
SecTor7 months ago
At SecTor 2018 we sat down with our resident lock picker and physical security anthropologist Schuyler Towne in our Lock Pick Village, who demonstrates how ...