Remember. If you want your profile to be public here:
You need to go to Preferences->Profile and check "List this account in the directory".
Otherwise it won't show.
T-Mobile Actively Censoring Certain URLs:
And not just those URLs via SMS. They are also blocking CleanBrowsing DoH url - without ever replying or giving us a valid reason.
Another other protocol being actively used that I am missing? At least, only seeing those 3 on our honeypot logs:
Also some interesting obfuscation, I am assuming to bypass WAF and IDSs:
We are sharing jndi (log4j) attack logs here:
Might be useful to find variation of attacks and IPs abusing it.
I cannot stress enough how important it is to understand that Apple, Google, or Amazon can simply _decide_ to remove access to anything you've "purchased", including many physical goods (if they are internet-connected and running proprietary software), and you have absolutely no recourse.
Is it always really DNS? Does DNSSEC problems really make it a DNS problem? It's technically not DNS causing the issue.. or is it?
Either way, another great example of the pains we still see with DNSSEC after 24+ years and why it's worth asking..
is DNSSEC still a thing we should be doing?
Ubiquiti Developer Charged With Extortion, Causing 2020 “Breach”.
In January 2021, technology vendor Ubiquiti Inc. [NYSE:UI] disclosed that a breach at a third party cloud provider had exposed customer account credentials. In March, a Ubiquiti employee warned that the company had drastically understated the scope of the incident, and that the third-party cloud ...
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We need less of Google, less Facebook, less Twitter, less Apple and more decentralization.
As if you needed any more reason not to trust big corporations..
Here are pieces of the latest unredacted complaint against Google.
My favorite section:
"Project NERA was Google’s original plan to create a closed ecosystem out of the open internet. Google documents reveal that Google’s motive was to “successfully mimic a walled garden across the open web [so] we can protect our margins.”
What everyone needs to know about OpenBSD:
Do you know you can host the DNS server (aka Authoritative DNS) for your domain for only $1 per month with noc.org?
And if that domain is used by a non-profit or Mastodon instance, we will do it for free.
Fully anycast DNS with support for high availability domains, geoip, etc.
Reach out if you are interested. Direct registration:
There is nothing more creepy than this Facebook announcement:
Yes, Facebook is now Meta.
Sharing some of our SSHD honeypot logs here:
Which is integrated with the IP reputation + informational API.
Guide guide on how you can use Dynamic DNS record with the NOC platform: https://noc.org/knowledge-base/add-dynamic-dns-record/
Working on this IP reputation API:
Test it out and let me know if you find it useful somehow.
Gives basic information about an IP + details if we detected it involved on web spam, web attacks, sshd bruteforce, etc...
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