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  1. Will the real security community please stand up
    - reflection on Black Hat 2017
    threatpost.com/will-the-real-security-community-please-stand-up/127156/
  2. Chrome Extensions Hacked
    - “Plugins are software. The developers were compromised with a phishing attack and as a result many users were impacted. Security professionals need to consider the security posture of their vendors and continue to reassess the security as part of their threat modeling.” – Jake Williams (Editor)
    www.sans.org/newsletters/newsbites/xix/61#305
  3. US-CERT TA17-181A: Petya Ransomware – revised 28 July
    - added additional analysis on NotPetya
    - useful recommendations and best practices
    www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA17-181A
  4. Links in phishing-like emails lead to tech support scam
    - “Tech support scams continue to evolve, with scammers exploring more ways to reach potential victims…”
    blogs.technet.microsoft.com/mmpc/2017/08/07/links-in-phishing-like-emails-lead-to-tech-support-scam/

Have a great women’s day; till next time…