Tag Archives: security

Security for 2FA

I got a new mobile device recently and despite the restore from backup, I still had to perform quite a few setup chores. Reconnecting various apps to services by logging in was time consuming, but simple. A password manager was … Continue reading

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Confidential VMs

Ever since we started to offload workloads to hardware that we didn’t physically control, there have been security concerns. I remember when this started with application service providers and web workloads. This has continued to be an issue as more … Continue reading

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Hacking the Admin

Recently Twitter had a security breach, with a silly scam. At least, I’d think it was silly. I saw a tweet from Elon Musk noting that he’d return $2k in bitcoin for every $1k anyone sent to him. He was … Continue reading

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Jumping Air Gaps

  There are all sorts of viruses, worms, and malware out in the world, and some of us have had to deal with them at different points in our career. SQL Slammer was particularly memorable for me, but there were … Continue reading

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