Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe
marypcb

My tweets

  • Sun, 18:06: Not saying this is the plot of The Lord of Death and the Girl of Books but I'm not saying it *isn't* https://t.co/zEc1SFyYTG
  • Sun, 18:17: Turned an old Ikea decoration and some hard drive into bird scaring wind chimes (need to keep pigeon guano out of t… https://t.co/6cAZ7wf6hj
  • Sun, 18:58: I can find some words for Boris. Massive NHS funding increase, massive pay rises to NHS staff, immediate distributi… https://t.co/MJk0DvwVE1
  • Sun, 19:02: RT @cstross: Given the high proportion of NHS workers who are BAME, and the low proportion of police officers, I'm fairly confident there's…
  • Sun, 19:03: RT @lisalendway: Any other statisticians have to look up sensitivity and specificity every time? I can never remember which is which. I muc…
  • Sun, 19:04: RT @Infosec_Taylor: Want to kick start your seeds because you're like me and it's late in the season? Good news! An elementary school scie…
  • Sun, 19:04: RT @williampietri: Anybody who thinks taxonomies can be universal and perfect is invited to put away a load of dishes in somebody else's ki…
  • Sun, 19:05: RT @naehrdine: • It finally happened. Apple and Google partner for Bluetooth contact tracing. BLE advertisements only, which is nothing we…
  • Sun, 19:05: RT @naehrdine: Because several people were asking about #Bluetooth, I'll make a thread. But I might ignore further questions, especially re…
  • Sun, 19:07: RT @Infosec_Taylor: Another garden tip while I think of it: If you plan on planting tomatoes, plan on basil as well and plant them next to…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: CITL took a look at the Linux Zoom software and frankly it is surprisingly security deficient. I mean *surprisingly* deficien…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: The Linux Zoom binary is 42M (!), is at /opt/zoom/zoom, and version is 3.5.383291.0407. It lacks so many base security mitig…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: The absence of these basic security and safety attributes make make the application exceedingly easy to exploit. I’ll show co…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: Treat Secure Development like any other component of your DevOps routines: For compiler/linker/loader security: Create unit…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: Keep your compiler tool chain up to date. A lot of security improvements have been put into compilers over the years. With u…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: Microsoft figured out a way to tackle unsafe functions: they maintain a blacklist of functions that are difficult to use safe…
  • Mon, 02:12: RT @dotMudge: Want a prebuilt list of risky library functions? Pull them from MSFT (anything with a *_s replacement) or GCC/Clang Source…
  • Mon, 02:13: RT @dotMudge: Even with compiler enabled Source Code Fortification, have your unit tests evaluate the resultant binary. Check that weak fu…
  • Mon, 02:13: RT @dotMudge: https://t.co/eSAEVbPvs0 will release their tools for Linux, Windows, OSX and a range of hardware architectures, however CITL’…
  • Mon, 02:13: RT @dotMudge: Addendum: The popen() example was meant as an example of identifying poor security coding practices. There are 453 calls to…
Tags: #bluetooth, #covid19, twitter
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