I've had an avid interest in Computers, Technology and Security since my early teens. 20 years on, and, it's a whole lot more complicated...
I've assisted Governments, Individuals and Organizations throughout the world. Including; US DOJ, NHS UK, GOV UK.
I'll often reblog infosec-related articles that I find interesting. On the RiSec website, You'll also find a variety of write-ups, tutorials and much more!
- UK bans Chinese CCTV cameras at ‘sensitive’ government locations - 26 November 2022
- Chrome Update: Exploited Zero-Day Vulnerability fixed by Google, the 8th this year - 25 November 2022
- RESEARCH: analytics information related to iPhones include a Directory Services Identifier (DSID) that may be used to identify users - 24 November 2022
In response to a heap buffer overflow vulnerability, Google has released a security update for the desktop versions of Google Chrome for Windows, Linux, and Mac. The Chrome vulnerability is already being used in the wild, claims Google’s own blog. This is the eighth time this year that a Google Chrome zero-day vulnerability has been …