Removing TikTok from Mobile Stores

I haven't written anything in a while on cybersecurity. Trying to get better on posting more often, I promise. There's just so many more political things to talk about. 🙂 So.... TikTok, the ever-popular app that the kids these days can't get enough of. Owned by China, not that most people care right now. Finally... Continue Reading →


Never heard of them? Not surprising. They're an Israeli firm rival to NSO Group and yes, they develop iPhone exploits. You should know about these groups and be informed as a user of technology. From - the rival companies, NSO Group and QuaDream, compromised iPhones at the same time using the same vulnerability in... Continue Reading →

CVE-2021-26084- Atlassian Confluence

In affected versions of Confluence Server and Data Center, an OGNL injection vulnerability exists that would allow an authenticated user, and in some instances an unauthenticated user, to execute arbitrary code on a Confluence Server or Data Center instance. The vulnerable endpoints can be accessed by a non-administrator user or unauthenticated user if ‘Allow people... Continue Reading →

CISA and Blackhat

What do they even have in common???? This year I got to attend Blackhat virtually and on the second day there was a keynote speech by the new Director of CISA, Jen Easterly. This is a charismatic, sharp woman I can get behind any day of the week because regardless of political affiliation, she has... Continue Reading →

Antrim Michigan Dominion Report part 2

Pages 3 and 4 of the Antrim, Michigan report on Dominion Voting System results 10. 1,222 ballots were reversed out of 1,491. This is an 81.96% rejection rate. Those ballots all went to adjudication for a decision by election personnel. Which election personnel adjudicated the ballots? Could it have been the like the ballots we... Continue Reading →

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