Month: March 2021

  • Perlroth & The First (Zero-Day) Broker

    I am currently reading “This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends” by Nicole Perlroth, only on page 60 in Chapter 5, so a long ways to go before completing the 471 page tome. I hit chapter 4, titled “The First Broker” and it was of specific interest to me for sure, prompting this […]

  • Zero-days: Two Questions from Perlroth

    I am currently reading “This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends” by Nicole Perlroth, only on page 17 in Chapter 2, so a long ways to go before completing the 471 page tome. While only 17 pages in, there are already some annoyances to be sure, but the tone, scope, and feel of […]

  • Redscan’s Curious Comments About Vulnerabilities

    As a connoisseur of vulnerability disclosures and avid vulnerability collector, I am always interested in analysis of the disclosure landscape. That typically comes in the form of reports that analyze a data set (e.g. CVE/NVD) and draw conclusions. This seems straight-forward but it isn’t. I have written about the varied problems with such analysis many […]

  • February 2021 Reviews (Outside the Wire, Coyote S1, Underwater, The Next Three, Space Sweepers, Silk Road)

    [A summary of my movie and TV reviews from last month, posted to Attrition.org, mixed in with other reviews.] Outside the Wire (2021)Medium: Movie (Netflix)Rating: 1 / 5 Keep it outside your watch listReviewer: jerichoReference(s): IMDB Listing || NetflixI wanted to like this movie, I really did. But it just starts out absurd at so many […]