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Ever since I was 7 years old, I've been interested in computers, the Internet, and more recently, cybersecurity and social engineering.

I strive to become an excellent cybersecurity engineer. I'm always eager to learn and love meeting new people with similar interests. Feel free to drop me a DM!

For more information, please check out my personal blog: L1Cafe.blog.

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Friendly reminder: is a great project to contribute your otherwise idle computing power.

boinc.berkeley.edu

You can set complex scheduling options, either by time of day, battery level, non-BOINC CPU usage, mouse and keyboard activity and so on. This way, it won't take up all your resources when you're compiling or playing videogames.

You can also configure it to only take a percentage of the CPU, a specific core count, or only allow it to run in bursts.

Contribute today!

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RT @tomwarren@twitter.com

the UK is such a mess right now. This is what happens when a bunch of morons are in power, and 50% of the population got conned

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/tomwarren/status/1

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RT @0xdabbad00@twitter.com

I hadn't seen this as I was focused on fwd:cloudsec at the time and a privsec was lost in the noise of the bigger disasters that were exposed on Azure. Azure has some bad security problems though. They need another "Trustworthy Computing" memo moment like in 2002. 馃У twitter.com/kfosaaen/status/14

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/0xdabbad00/status/

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RT @tazwake@twitter.com

As an incident response consultant who bills clients by the hour, I wholeheartedly support the tweets I've seen where people are saying they should move to Linux because it "doesn't have security vulnerabilities."

I will be kept in work for the rest of my life.

Thank you!

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/tazwake/status/143

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RT @varcharr@twitter.com

live your life with the confidence of a self-signed certificate

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/varcharr/status/14

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Me: *writes a funny post without posting yet*
Me: *blank face*
Me: *close tab*

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I can vouch for this.

Plus nobody wins when vulnerabilities are discovered. If unpatched, only threat actors win. But never the good guys. It鈥檚 not like Azure having issues will automatically make everyone choose AWS. It reduces public trust in all clouds.

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RT @_msw_@twitter.com

The people doing this work may be employed by a competitor today, and may be a work colleague down the road. But even when you're working for a competitor, you are colleagues in doing this work, which often requires cross-company cooperation and collaboration.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/_msw_/status/14382

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RT @_msw_@twitter.com

Nobody that works on building large scale cloud infrastructure hopes or wishes to see a competitor in the news for a major security or operational issue.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/_msw_/status/14312

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I was wondering why AWS doesn鈥檛 install certain tools by default, such as the Systems Manager agent or even the CloudWatch agent on ECS and EKS nodes.

I guess I have my answer right here. Ha.

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RT @GossiTheDog@twitter.com

Microsoft Azure silently install management agents on your Linux VMs, which now have RCE and LPE vulns.

Microsoft don鈥檛 have an auto update mechanism, so now you need to manually upgrade the agents you didn鈥檛 know existed as you didn鈥檛 install them. wiz.io/blog/secret-agent-expos

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/GossiTheDog/status

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RT @GossiTheDog@twitter.com

Microsoft Azure silently install management agents on your Linux VMs, which now have RCE and LPE vulns.

Microsoft don鈥檛 have an auto update mechanism, so now you need to manually upgrade the agents you didn鈥檛 know existed as you didn鈥檛 install them. wiz.io/blog/secret-agent-expos

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/GossiTheDog/status

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Someone help me, I unironically want to make a Redis server from scratch.

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RT @TrainingMindful@twitter.com

鈥淭here will always be someone who can鈥檛 see your worth. Don鈥檛 let it be you.鈥

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/TrainingMindful/st

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RT @amandalitman@twitter.com

They may be loud, but the political power of the refuse-to-get-vaccinated minority is nothing compared to that of the vaccinated-and-fucking-furious-this-pandemic-isn鈥檛-over-yet majority.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/amandalitman/statu

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RT @QuinnyPig@twitter.com

"Should I negotiate the offer?"

Always. fearlesssalarynegotiation.com is a great read and has a bunch of templates. Companies that rescind offers because you negotiated are either trash fires, or your idea of "negotiating" is what the rest of us call "astonishingly unprofessional."

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/QuinnyPig/status/1

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Do you know of some block list I can subscribe to, that will remove politically-charged content from my TL? 馃

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I'll end up with a list of muted words that spans multiple thousand pages at this rate, lol.

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RT @jeffaleon@twitter.com

@BradMossEsq@twitter.com The great libertarian John Stuart Mill recognized the limits of 鈥渇reedumb鈥 when society is faced with a pandemic: pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/339943. The time for coddling the deluded who threaten us all is over.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/jeffaleon/status/1

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RT @BradMossEsq@twitter.com

George Washington mandated inoculation against small pox.

The Supreme Court has ruled state vaccine mandates to be constitutional for more than a century.

We've had vaccine mandates, including for things like attending public schools, for generations.

Grow the hell up.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/BradMossEsq/status

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It鈥檚 been a while since I posted a meme.

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