• до скорого, .ru

    This may be the last time you see a post from us from this top-level domain. Several long years ago, we launched this website to provide a platform for “admiration” of the jovial ursine activities of a set of state-sponsored threat actors and their rent-a-hacker colleagues, and to attract others who would like to contribute […]

  • Gogol it (some gogolesque notes on legitimate cloud service abuse)

    Does that traffic to commercial public cloud services and web-based applications seem legitimate to you? Bad actors are abusing the shit out of cloud services: Google Docs, Google Forms, Discord, and others, concealing their badness in TLS and the reputation of big cloud brands. This post is an ongoing notebook on both found abuses of […]

  • A series of quagmires

    The benefit of our modern world is that when things go to shit, we know at the speed of light. And things have gone to shit for Russia in Ukraine, regardless of how Putin’s minions try to spin it. Also, thanks to the lethality of modern battlefield weapons, things have gone to shit much faster […]

  • Okta-gone

    Sooooooo not-so-comforting news on the MFA front today. Looks like a Costa Rican contract support guy for Okta got pwned in January and his credentials were used by LAPSUS to do some exploration of Okta clients. The fact that LAPSUS is publishing this now means (1) they no longer have the access and one of […]

  • Cyber Hot

    The White House issued a statement today warning of potential cyber incoming from Russia, and urged everyone to patch their shit. “Today, my Administration is reiterating those warnings based on evolving intelligence that the Russian Government is exploring options for potential cyberattacks,” said the statement attributed to President Biden. The President also said that while […]

  • Freedom of Screech

    Today, the New York Times ran an op-ed from a young woman at the University of Virginia that has attracted wide-ranging scorn from folks on the left, and sympathetic nods from folks on the right. The piece largely evades the substance and context of her actual feelings (she is a young conservative in a land […]

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