World Cyberwar I Begins

In 2019, I wrote a post that asked the question: Did the U.S. Just Declare Cyberwar Against Iran? This question was posed after a U.S. cyberattack on a database maintained by Iran's Revolutionary Guard. The database helped the Guard target shipping in the Persian Gulf. Stealing or destroying this database has since disrupted further attacks. … Continue reading World Cyberwar I Begins

The Twitter Hack: An Inside Job or Just Bad Endpoint Protection?

If you don't already know, high profile Twitter accounts were hacked to give out messages that looked like this one which appeared to come from Joe Biden. Here are some other accounts that were hacked. After initially closing down all of these accounts, Twitter issued the following statement. "We detected what we believe to be … Continue reading The Twitter Hack: An Inside Job or Just Bad Endpoint Protection?

Criminals Closing in on the Perfect Fake Resume Scam

Resume/CV scams have been around for a long time. In their primitive form, they operated like any other scattergun email attachment scam. They were randomly sent out to as many email addresses as possible with a simple subject line, a short message, and an attachment generally called 'CV' or 'resume'. By sheer luck, these phishing … Continue reading Criminals Closing in on the Perfect Fake Resume Scam

TikTok Users Target Trump Campaign: What to Expect Next

You've all probably heard the story that Trump's Tulsa rally could have been undermined by trolls who pretended to reserve tickets and then didn't show up. This ploy reportedly resulted in far fewer Trump supporters at the rally than organizers had expected. K-Pop fans, TikTok users and other anti-Trump group members were high-fiving each other … Continue reading TikTok Users Target Trump Campaign: What to Expect Next