Infosec Reading List – March 2018

On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security and Outdoor Sports – but you will also find other recommendations from time to time.

All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.

Best of Twitterverse


  • The Market for Stolen Account Credentialslink
  • Rethinking Logging for Critical Assets – Going beyond log files, accepting memory as its own formatlink
  • Lawsuits threaten infosec research just when we need it mostlink
  • Qubes 4.0 fully working on Librem laptops, coreboot added IOMMU and TPM Purismlink
  • Memcached DDoS Attack PoC Code & 17,000 IP addresses Posted Onlinelink
  • Mastermind behind EUR 1 billion cyber bank robbery arrested in Spain – “ATMs were instructed remotely to dispense cash at a pre-determined time” – why is this function needed? What is the business requirement to have a function like that being implemented? I assume that we are talking about a flat network here? – link
  • Notes on Analytics and Tracking in Onavo Protect for iOS – why not to use VPN sponsored by Facebook – link

Layer 7

  •  Taking over Facebook accounts using Free Basics partner portallink


  • The Bartang Valley, Tajikistan – added to ToDo list – this life or the next – link
  • Why adventure and outdoor writing is more important than ever beforelink
  • How Social Media Changed Uslink

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