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#[https://medium.com/better-programming/jwt-tokens-the-what-how-and-why-6ae3bad26661 JWT Tokens: The What, How, and Why] - This helped me understand things: ''The main difference to notice here is that with cookies, the information is stored server-side, while with JWT, since the information is stored in the actual token, the information is stored client-side. Since the server doesn’t need to remember anything, this simplifies things a lot, especially when working with multiple servers and having different sessions.'' Some JWT attacks rely on poor key management....
 
#[https://medium.com/better-programming/jwt-tokens-the-what-how-and-why-6ae3bad26661 JWT Tokens: The What, How, and Why] - This helped me understand things: ''The main difference to notice here is that with cookies, the information is stored server-side, while with JWT, since the information is stored in the actual token, the information is stored client-side. Since the server doesn’t need to remember anything, this simplifies things a lot, especially when working with multiple servers and having different sessions.'' Some JWT attacks rely on poor key management....
 
#[https://helpnetsecurity.com/2020/10/26/exploit-and-bypass-office-365-defenses/ Attackers finding new ways to exploit and bypass Office 365 defenses - Help Net Security] - Oh, all we need is Zero Trust: ''Zero-trust email: ​Adhere to a zero-trust-email approach, which should serve as a baseline for an email security strategy. All email, especially ongoing interactions with external partners and suppliers, should be considered areas of compromise.''
 
#[https://helpnetsecurity.com/2020/10/26/exploit-and-bypass-office-365-defenses/ Attackers finding new ways to exploit and bypass Office 365 defenses - Help Net Security] - Oh, all we need is Zero Trust: ''Zero-trust email: ​Adhere to a zero-trust-email approach, which should serve as a baseline for an email security strategy. All email, especially ongoing interactions with external partners and suppliers, should be considered areas of compromise.''
#[http://exploit.kitploit.com/2020/10/oracle-vm-virtualbox-buffer-overflow.html Oracle VM VirtualBox Buffer Overflow]
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#[http://exploit.kitploit.com/2020/10/oracle-vm-virtualbox-buffer-overflow.html Oracle VM VirtualBox Buffer Overflow] - ''A buffer overflow vulnerability in Oracle VM VirtualBox was privately reported to Oracle on September 22, 2020 and was silently patched in VM VirtualBox version 6.1.16r140961.'' Not-so-silent (though no exploit example was provided, I didn't look further).
 
#[https://threatpost.com/ie-browser-death-march/160571/ Microsoft IE Browser Death March Hastens]
 
#[https://threatpost.com/ie-browser-death-march/160571/ Microsoft IE Browser Death March Hastens]
 
#[https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/10/27/activate-microsoft-365-mfa/ 78% of Microsoft 365 admins don't activate MFA - Help Net Security]
 
#[https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/10/27/activate-microsoft-365-mfa/ 78% of Microsoft 365 admins don't activate MFA - Help Net Security]

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Articles

  1. Cybercriminals Could be Coming After Your Coffee - From the article: When it comes to whether you should get an IoT device or not, the general rule is to first ask yourself this question: Do I really need my light bulb/coffee pot/washing machine/doorbell/other household items to be smart? The real question is "When will I no longer have a choice?".
  2. JWT Tokens: The What, How, and Why - This helped me understand things: The main difference to notice here is that with cookies, the information is stored server-side, while with JWT, since the information is stored in the actual token, the information is stored client-side. Since the server doesn’t need to remember anything, this simplifies things a lot, especially when working with multiple servers and having different sessions. Some JWT attacks rely on poor key management....
  3. Attackers finding new ways to exploit and bypass Office 365 defenses - Help Net Security - Oh, all we need is Zero Trust: Zero-trust email: ​Adhere to a zero-trust-email approach, which should serve as a baseline for an email security strategy. All email, especially ongoing interactions with external partners and suppliers, should be considered areas of compromise.
  4. Oracle VM VirtualBox Buffer Overflow - A buffer overflow vulnerability in Oracle VM VirtualBox was privately reported to Oracle on September 22, 2020 and was silently patched in VM VirtualBox version 6.1.16r140961. Not-so-silent (though no exploit example was provided, I didn't look further).
  5. Microsoft IE Browser Death March Hastens
  6. 78% of Microsoft 365 admins don't activate MFA - Help Net Security
  7. Humans are Bad at URLs and Fonts Dont Matter
  8. Hackers Can Open Doors by Exploiting Vulnerabilities in Hrmann Device | SecurityWeek.Com
  9. URL and website scanner - urlscan.io
  10. Over 100 irrigation systems left exposed online without protection
  11. Microsoft Introduces New Password Spray Detection for Azure | SecurityWeek.Com
  12. Anonymous Authentication: How to Secure Public APIs
  13. Back to the future: What the Jericho Forum taught us about modern security - Microsoft Security
  14. Nagios XI 5.7.3 Remote Command Injection
  15. StackRox Releases Open Source Tool for Finding Kubernetes Misconfigurations | SecurityWeek.Com
  16. Can automated penetration testing replace humans? - Help Net Security
  17. KashmirBlack Botnet Hijacks Thousands of Sites Running On Popular CMS Platforms
  18. Oracle WebLogic Server RCE Flaw Under Active Attack
  19. Tracking Users on Waze - Schneier on Security
  20. Microsoft Introduces Device Vulnerability Report in Defender for Endpoint | SecurityWeek.Com
  21. Redirect Detective - Discover where those redirects really go to
  22. Hackers may have been of its time, but it was also ahead of it