Weekly Axis Of Easy #316
Last Week’s Quote was: “Political satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize,” was by Tom Lehrer. Ron got it! Congrats!
This Week’s Quote: “The evil of aristocracy is not that it necessarily leads to the infliction of bad things or the suffering of sad ones; the evil of aristocracy is that it places everything in the hands of a class of people who can always inflict what they can never suffer.” 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.
To Listen/watch this podcast edition with commentary and insigh from Joey Tweets, and Len the Legend click here.
Wordfence Threat Intelligence Team Issues Fix for Two PHP Object Injection Vulnerabilities
Retool Notifies 27 Cloud Customers of Unauthorized Spear Phishing Attack
GitHub Repository Belonging to Microsoft’s AI Research Division Accidentally Exposes 38 TB of Data
DC Appeals Court Upholds Subpoena on Facebook for COVID-19 Misinformation Data
Caesars Entertainment’s Secret Ransom Payment Revealed Amidst MGM Heist
- Protecting Your Brand Online: DNS Cyber Security and Its Strategic Imperative
If you missed the previous issues, they can be read online here:
- September 11th, 2023: Armed By AI Technology, Hackers Cause A 464% Rise In Email-Based Phishing During The First Half Of 2023
- September 4th, 2023: Key Cracking Concerns Emerge From LastPass Breach
- August 28th, 2023: IoT Devices Under Attack: KmsdBot Malware Evolves With Enhanced Capabilities
- August 21st, 2023: UN Forms “Digital Army” To Combat “Deadly Disinformation”
- August 14th, 2023: Identity Theft Is On The Rise-Here’s What You Can Do About It