Week 35 In Review – 2014


  • InfowarCon TV – infowarcon.com
    Here are some of the amazing talks given in January. InfowarCon TV highly suggest you listen to them all; lots of great information, questions, and demonstrations about the most important issues facing us today.
  • Shakacon LLC – www.youtube.com
    Shakacon, an Information Technology (IT) Security Conference. Here are some of the talks at the conference. You can watch and download the videos.
  • Announcing Scumblr and Sketchy – Search, Screenshot, and Reclaim the Internet – techblog.netflix.com
    Netflix is pleased to announce the open source release of two security-related web applications: Scumblr and Sketchy!.

  • Hackers Steal Gigabytes of Customer Data From JPMorgan And Other Banks – techblog.netflix.com
    Hackers broke into the computer networks of at least five U.S. banks including JPMorgan Chase and siphoned off gigabytes of data, which included checking and savings account information of millions of customers. Hackers Steal Gigabytes of Customer Data From JPMorgan And Other Banks.
  • JPMorgan and Other Banks Struck by Hackers – nytimes.com
    A number of United States banks, including JPMorgan Chase and at least four others, were struck by hackers in a series of coordinated attacks this month, according to four people briefed on a continuing investigation into the crimes.
  • InfowarCon TV – infowarcon.com
    How Not to Fail at a Pen Test: Slides and Stream.


Other News

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