Author: adam

The Cybok project has released its v1 “Risk Management & Governance Knowledge Area”; I was a reviewer. Towards Automated Security Design Flaw Detection is an interesting paper from academics in Belgium and Sweden. Steve Lipner offers “Lessons learned through 15 years of SDL at work“ Charles Wilson has perspective on threat modeling devices in “Does…

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There were widely circulated reports of voice cloning being used in phishing. I’ve been predicting these for a while (Threat modeling in 2018 at Blackhat, 28 minutes in), but Guillaume Ross asked some really good questions about it. A new John Locke manuscript, “The Toleration of Papists” has been discovered and published. (Short analysis in…

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If you needed more reasons to move away from using SMS-based authentication, and treating phone companies as trusted, “AT&T employees took over $1 million in bribes to plant malware and unlock millions of smartphones: DOJ“. Abuse reporting systems are being abused. You need to threat model and play the chess game. “How Flat Earthers Nearly…

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