As scammers use up all verbs and nouns to name their shitty companies, search engines should introduce a -nostartup operator:
"cocktail -nostartup:lime" (search for drinks with a specific fruit)
"office365 -nostartup:zoom" (how to zoom in an online document editor)
It looks like some fucking idiot created a company called BasicBlock (blockchain for logistics), and is now polluting search results 🤬
Remember this classic?
Now CVE-2020-0668 definitely looks like a logic bug, but is still described as "vulnerability exists in the way that the Windows Kernel handles objects in memory":
Looks like MS advisories give out less and less info :P
Re: this month's Windows Defender Security Center EoP's (CVE-2020-0762, CVE-2020-0763): does "handles certain objects in memory" imply memory corruption these days?
In case someone has more free time than I do these days: please play some Worms
Music for old-school pwning
Someone had enough free time...
Cobalt Strike 4 just got cracked and posted online, I verified it and it is real.
Black Hat Europe 2019 Keynote: Blue to Red: Traversing the Spectrum by @firstname.lastname@example.org
https://youtu.be/WhSrLk6vWgQ?t=2830 < Nice keynote to start off Monday
Devil is Virtual: Rveversing Virtual Inheritance in C++ Binaries https://arxiv.org/pdf/2003.05039.pdf < Haven't read this yet, but associating the Devil with C++ looks reasonable
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