I have a dream that my four little computers will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their case, but by the content of their harddrives.
I agree completely. I tend to stay away from 'extract' sauces, as they usually have a very bad flavor, and are primarily heat. I have been hooked on Lucky Dog Hot Sauce lately. [no affiliation] -- It has roasted peppers and a great roasted garlic flavor to it. It has just enough heat to add a kick, but not so much as to overpower the taste of the original dish that you add it to.
I still haven't found a way to feed the log sheets through a laser printer I'm capable of carrying around, particularly when the logs are wet or those infernal Blinky logs.
Came here to say something similar. I typically find a few caches per week, providing it isn't too hot outside.
"Today, exploit kits and malware kits are sold separately, but we believe you'll see one combined kit to build and control malware soon," said Aviv Raff of Seculert, who has been researching the trend.
Those two functions in recent years have been performed by distinct groups, one of which develops and sells malware kits and another that does the same for exploit kits. But as the attack landscape continues to evolve and broaden, those functions are becoming more closely related and intertwined."
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Integrated... something something. [They were never really specific on which Homer they were talking about]
Didn't Mitnick do this 8 years ago with Art of Deception. Even the title is sort of stolen. Is there anything new in here that hasn't already been written about by one of the world's greatest social engineers?
If you look closely at the front of the book, you will see a recommendation by Mitnick. Also, if you read the review, it explains how this is different from Mitnick's book.
"Two of the most popular books to date on social engineering to date have been Kevin Mitnick’s The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security and The Art of Intrusion: The Real Stories Behind the Exploits of Hackers, Intruders and Deceivers. The difference between those books and Hadnagy, is that Mitnick for the most part details the events and stories around the attacks; while Hadnagy details the myriad specifics on how to carry out the social engineering attack. "
But, thanks for playing!