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Meet The Hackers Who Sell Spies The Tools To Crack Your PC (And Get Paid Six-Figure Fees)

Forbes story on the much discussed french security firm VUPEN.

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goestenmeier:On The Brink is a great mini-documentary by the Swedish creative agency House of Radon about the past, present and future of connectivity and the network society”

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ZURICH.MINDS: Ralph Langner on Destructive Cyber Weapons.

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Content 2020

"How The Coca-Cola Company will evolve it’s approach to the creative
agenda on it’s key brands through the Company’s Liquid and Linked marketing platform thinking.”

"The video explains how Coke will leverage the opportunities in the new media landscape and transform one-way storytelling into dynamic storytelling hoping to add value and significance to peoples lives."

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Surveillance Methods - Lawful Interception, Monitoring, Deep Packet Inspection, Data Analysis, Hacking

The Surveillance Catalog - Where governments get their tools http://projects.wsj.com/surveillance-catalog/

Document Trove Exposes Surveillance Methods http://on.wsj.com/uvOTrp

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"We have to find the people with the skills, but without the opportunities and give them the opportunities to use their skills for good."

~ Mikko Hypponen: Fighting viruses, defending the net

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Was Stuxnet the first attack of this kind or only the first one detected? Well, at least the first that has received so much attention from researchers and media around the world and hopefully increased the awareness of this known issue among the public.



While all the details in the video are not technically accurate, it’s still worth watching." ~F-Secure

Stuxnext (HUNGRY BEAST) (by abchungrybeast)

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5 Favorite Security Reads of the Week

lennyzeltser:

Here’s a listing of my 5 favorite on-line security articles, papers and blog posts that I read in the past week:

Also, during the past week I published the following posts with the focus on malvertising practices:

Also, I was glad to see that Rachel Davis included this blog in her listing of Top 50 Up and Coming IT Blogs. There are some good finds there!

Looking forward to next week!

For more recommendations, see my earlier security reads of the week.

Lenny Zeltser

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The future of the Internet in 2015 - Truth or fiction?

One thing is certain - we’ll see a decent amount of security issues and some new attack vectors.

Digital Life: Today & Tomorrow (by Neo Labels)

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You teach kids how to succeed when they successfully foil the educational system. ~Arlo Guthrie
~ Seth’s Blog: Hacking education
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