Threat Source newsletter (Jan. 12, 2023): Did ChatGPT write our newsletter?
We tried to get ChatGPT to write this week’s newsletter but it was at capacity, so you’ll have to stick with us for another week. Or maybe that’s just what the robots want you to think, you be the judge
Threat Source newsletter (Jan. 5, 2023): Digging out of our inboxes
Happy New Year and welcome to this week's edition of the Threat Source newsletter. We can’t tell if it’s the fog from Lurene’s deadly eggnog or dare we say pure rest and relaxation but we’re still digging out of our inboxes, trying to remember logins, and circle back on all the
Threat Source newsletter (Dec. 15, 2022): Talos Year in Review is here
The inaugural 2022 Talos Year in Review is here! And it’s taking over the final Threat Source newsletter of the year.
Threat Source newsletter (Dec. 8, 2022): Your uncle clicked every link
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Threat Source newsletter. As we hurtle toward the end of another year I get that tightness in my chest – that feeling that I think most, if not all, Threat Source readers get at this time of year. That's right, it’s once again the time of ye
Threat Source newsletter (Nov. 17, 2022): Hot off the press! The Snort 2023 Calendar is here
The Snort 2023 calendar is finally here, and y’all, it’s a good one. Packed full of classic memes and punny Snorties, the calendar is sure to delight all year long.
Threat Source newsletter (Nov. 10, 2022): Vulnerability research, movies in class, and Emotet once again
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Threat Source newsletter. Tuesday was an absolute hammer for the infosec community. Not only did we have the US elections but we had Emotet returning and a regular Microsoft Tuesday release. That release always leads me to think about the bu
Threat Source newsletter (Nov. 3, 2022): Mastodon, evolution, and LiveJournal oh my!
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Threat Source newsletter. I’m fascinated by how things live and die on the internet. Things that are ubiquitous to our daily lives are simply gone the next. LiveJournal and Myspace we hardly knew you. Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter and the
Threat Source newsletter (Oct. 27, 2022): I thought we were already aware of supply chain attacks?
Supply chain attacks were all the rage in 2020 after SolarWinds, but we seem to have forgotten how important they are.
Threat Source newsletter (Oct. 20, 2022) — Shields Up! No seriously, Shields Waaaaay Up
State-sponsored actors have been busy over the past month, including the Killnet group, which recently targeted several U.S. local elections offices and major airports.