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Does anyone celebrate (or on any other way mark) 28. January ?

I was wondering what would be the top 3 or top 5 themes for this event in my community. So far, thinking of:
1. password management
2. email security (spam/phishing/viruses)
3. web browsers and adblockers (cookies, trackers, ...)
4. VPNs

I was also planing on talking only about solutions.

What do you think?

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I've switched from Signal to Molly on my phone. Molly is a drop-in fork that offers database protection with a passphrase, automatic locking and secure RAM shredding:

It fits decent in my workflow, especially in combination with signal-cli on my desktop :flan_cool:

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PrivacyFocusedLinux: An Ubuntu-Minimal script which keeps privacy and security in mind.

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I ove nedelje od 18h nastavak prezentacija o Mrežnoj zaštiti sa temom sada o Virusima i žaštiti od istih.

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If you use Windows, Hardentools by Security Without Borders is worth a look. A new version was recently released.

“Hardentools is a simple utility designed to disable a number of "features" exposed by Microsoft Windows, and primary consumer applications.”

Security w/o Borders is “a collective of hackers and security professionals working towards a stronger and more secure civil society.”

- Source code:


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The Privacy Analyzer from is a good, comprehensive way to check what kind of data your browser is leaking to the ad-tech industry:

It steps through five separate tests:

I. Basic info (IP address, OS, etc)

II. Autofill leaks (does your browser allow malicious scripts to capture sensitive info with "autofill" capture?)


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It's finally here, teasing is over:

I'm excited to launch #keyoxide today!

#FOSS solution for easy encryption, signature verification and decentralized identity proofs!

I've been in favor of #DeleteKeybase but I never had something to offer as an alternative. Now I do :)

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~Open Source Security Tool of the Day~


Sifter is a osint, recon & vulnerability scanner. It combines a plethara of tools within different module sets in order to quickly perform recon tasks, check network firewalling, enumerate remote and local hosts, and scan for the 'blue' vulnerabilities within microsft and if unpatched, exploit them. It uses tools like blackwidow and konan for webdir enumeration and attack surface mapping rapidly using ASM.

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Malicious JavaScript in image metadata used to steal data; then, images are used again to exfiltrate data:

– Malware uses Exif metadata to inject JavaScript that steals data.
– Afterward, the data is exfiltrated as an image via GET/POST to another server.
– As a server admin, frequently update the server software, and monitor file integrity + network traffic. Moreover, set a strict Content Security Policy.

#malware #image #metadata #exif #infosec #security

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OONI Probe Mobile 2.5 is out! 🎉 🐙 🚀

Why is this so exciting?

📌 Circumvention tool testing ➡️ Measure the blocking of @torproject & Psiphon

📌 5 new languages, including & (thank you Localization Lab community! ❤️ )

Update now: 💫

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New blog post: How to use the Zoom malware safely on Linux if you absolutely have to

“When I agreed to speak at Creative Mornings Istanbul tomorrow, I didn’t know they were holding the event over Zoom. I guess it’s fitting that the series I’m speaking at is called Insecure.“

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