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Curated daily news for February 8, 2021
Today’s 12 newsworthy articles include: Perl.com is back, A financial connection between the top malware strains, Open source component risk, a primer on Dynamic Code Analysis, and A Swiss company says potential flaw poses a risk to post-quantum AES.
- Perl.com gets its domain back – normal service restored!
- BSidesSF 2020 – Aaron Brown’s ‘Sharks In The Water: Open Source Component Risk And Mitigation’
- CISO’s Guide to Secure Software Development
- A Swiss Company Says It Found Weakness That Imperils Encryption
- Moving Threat Identification From Reactive to Predictive and Preventative
- Blockchain Analysis Shows Connections Between Four of 2020’s Biggest Ransomware Strains
- IBM quantum computers now finish some tasks in hours, not months
- Dynamic Code Analysis: A Primer
- Security Researchers Push for ‘Bug Bounty Program of Last Resort’
- 3 Common Wildcard Certificate Risks You Should Know About
- A Step in the Right Direction: The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act
- The not-so-obvious cost of fraud to your company’s bottom line
|Tool Of The Day|
|Cloudlist – A Tool For Listing Assets From Multiple Cloud Providers: Cloudlist is a multi-cloud tool for getting Assets (Hostnames, IP Addresses) from Cloud Providers. This is intended to be used by the blue team to augment Attack Surface Management efforts by maintaining a centralized list of assets across multiple clouds with very little configuration effort.|
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