Weekly Axis Of Easy #287
Last Week’s Quote was “People should think less about what they ought to do and more about what they ought to be,” by Meister Eckhart. No right answers, no winner.
This Week’s Quote: “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” By ???
THE RULES: No searching up the answer, must be posted at the bottom of this post, in the comments section.
The Prize: First person to post the correct answer gets their next domain or hosting renewal on us.
- Google blocks percentage of Canadian users from accessing the news online in light of Canadian bill C-18
- Chinese cybersecurity company, Pangu Lab, alleged to have identified “against the west” hacking group members
- The case for adopting DNSSEC, and why it’s so unpopular
- Twitter faces backlash for removing SMS two-factor authentication for non-paying users
- GoDaddy confirms sophisticated cyber attack on servers, leading to intermittent website redirections
- Mark Jeftovic on Red Jacket Capital podcast: “Buying Bitcoin is like buying the whole internet in 1990”
- New MyloBot Botnet compromising over 50k computer systems daily in the US, Indonesia, India, and Iran
- Indian ticketing platform RailYatri hacked, exposes 12GB worth of data, including location points of millions of travelers
- New Zealand government document reflects plans to deal with disinformation surrounding response to the pandemic
- Cybercriminals launch ransomware attacks using old bugs
- European Commission phones are now banned from using TikTok, amid cyber security concerns
If you missed the previous issues, they can be read online here:
- February 20th, 2023: Do The Secrecy Provisions Of The Cybersecurity Bill Go Too Far?
- February 13th, 2023: Indigo Is The Latest Victim Of A String Of Cyber Attacks On Canadian Companies
- February 6th, 2023: Canada’s ‘Cybersecurity’ Bill Is A Dangerous Overreach
- January 30th, 2023: GoTo’s Data Breach Is Even Worse Than Previously Thought
- January 23rd, 2023: California’s Unprecedented Data Breach Highlights Need For Privacy In Public Safety