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There's a constant tussle between law and order advocates and privacy advocates when it comes to facial recognition. This shift in policy demonstrates why.

SecTor Security Con7 hours ago
Python programmers at a loss for something to do this weekend: Check out Scapy, a low-level packet #hacking toolkit useful for network recon and traffic analysis. https://t.co/3KAxpp4JnD #EthicalHacking #CyberSecurity #SoftwareDevelopment #Python
SecTor Security Con7 hours ago
When you turn off your phone, its wireless chip stays on. How secure is that, exactly, and what happens if #malware can take advantage of it? https://t.co/VvP2nC6gn9 #MobileSecurity #WiFi #SmartPhone
SecTor Security Con9 hours ago
Are you ready to share your research, knowledge, and expertise with the Canadian IT security community? You do not want to miss out on this exciting opportunity to speak at SecTor 2022. Submit your proposal today: https://t.co/0TqPq1hlMI #sectorca #CFP
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto1 day ago

Driverless cars have an awful lot of sensors. How do we govern the use of that information?

SecTor Security Con1 day ago
Some #SaaS services don't properly santize their vanity URLs, leaving them wide open to cyber criminals who can use their services for social engineering attacks. https://t.co/hCStUKjvYQ #CyberCrime #SoftwareDevelopment
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto1 day ago

Just in case you thought SIM swapping was a storm in a teacup.

SecTor Security Con1 day ago
A little weekend fun for software devs who like to conduct Zoom calls in their jimmyjams. https://t.co/ZkpnOejACn #Zoom #Privacy #WhereDidIPutMyPants
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto1 day ago

Interested in malware, vulnerability analysis, or general reverse engineering and want to incorporate Ghidra into your workflow for decompiling executables? Black Hat Trainings at SecTor is offering ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Reversing with Ghirda” on October 3-4! Visit https://buff.ly/3wKJ2ww before all the...

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

De Santis tried something similar in Florida last year. His government passed the law but a judge blew it out of the water. This attempt seems to have stuck for now.

SecTor Security Con2 days ago
Here's the story of how one researcher earned a bug bounty by writing their own fuzzer. This and the subsequent article in the series provide an interesting deep dive. https://t.co/qM5qYk0DGh #BugBounty #Fuzzing #EthicalHacking
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto
SecTor - Security Education Conference in Toronto2 days ago

Here's a good demonstration of why secure and reliable military communications networks are so important.

SecTor2 years ago
We have a smart new generation who understands how to get around computer systems — some are doing it just for fun, while ...
SecTor2 years ago
Cambridge Analytica paid a data scientist 800k to develop an app called 'This is Your Digital Life'. Facebook gave it a platform, ...