Honeypots are interesting. They’re not particularly useful most of the time for hunting threaty threats, because honestly the only attackers they really catch are automated bots that didn’t try very hard to fingerprint their targets. But they are a sort of zoo, in that you can see some of the less threatening threats in the […]Read More One week of honeypot factoids
All roads must end at some point, or at least reach a final turn-off. And I’ve arrived at my exit from Ars Technica, after nearly 9 years. My last day is February 20. It’s a bittersweet departure, but a necessary one…because I have an even better job awaiting me: doing threat research at Sophos Labs. […]Read More I haven’t even reached my final form
2019 has been a year. A very year. But I have a lot to be thankful for–mostly the people who have made this very year tolerable and endurable. If you are reading this, you are 99% likely one of them. Thanks, and happy holidays. 2019 started with somewhat limited promise, and then somebody set us […]Read More Holiday Deep Thoughts
Privet, friends and comrades! Welcome to Fancy Bear Friends, where no news is fake and hackers are like artists who wake up in the morning and want to create! More is to come,wery soon.Read More Привет, друзья дружелюбного медведя!