Scott Mortimer

Information Security geek, Old School RPG nerd, and wannabe fiction writer.

Scott Mortimer
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1 day ago
Scott Mortimer
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Introduction to VirtualBox security research

"This article introduces VirtualBox research and explains how to build a coverage-based fuzzer, focusing on the emulated network device drivers. In the examples below, we explain how to create a harness for the non-default network device driver PCNet. The example can be readily adjusted for a different network driver or even different device driver components."

blog.doyensec.com/2022/04/26/v

1 day ago
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WebAuthn

A better alternative for securing our sensitive information online

webauthn.guide/

2 days ago
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Great advice from the ever-prolific Marco Lancini.

On Establishing a Cloud Security Program

"Congratulations! You have been tasked with establishing a cloud security strategy. Now what?

In this post, part of the “Cloud Security Strategies” series, I’m going to walk through actionable advice that can be undertaken to establish a cloud security program aimed at protecting a cloud native, service provider agnostic, container-based, offering."

blog.marcolancini.it/2021/blog

2 days ago
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A website collecting technical notes, how-tos, and cheatsheets related to cloud-native technologies.

cloudsecdocs.com/

2 days ago
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This will have big implications for future U.S. cultural trends.

axios.com/2022/06/17/belief-go

3 days ago
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The Illustrated QUIC Connection

Every byte explained and reproduced

quic.ulfheim.net/

4 days ago
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Loving the awesome article in PCMag from infosec, exchange superstar @maxeddy

pcmag.com/opinions/telegram-fo

4 days ago
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Been quite pleased with the Mastodon Glitch migration on infosec.exchange. Nice little features sprinkled everywhere throughout the UI/UX. I hope many of the improvements roll upstream to mainline Mastodon.

4 days ago
Scott Mortimer
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New Windows 11 Privacy Auditing features allow you to see history of sensitive device access like the Microphone or Camera.

twitter.com/dwizzzleMSFT/statu

4 days ago