Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 21st, 2016

davidfrum President of Estonia twitter.com/IlvesToomas/st…

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GuardianAus Breaking news: reported attack on Sydney police station trib.al/PGQei8D

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7NewsSydney Police say man has driven a car possibly w/ gas cylinders onboard into carpark of Merrylands Police Station & set himself alight.

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@daniels_den They seem too small for that but I’ll take your word for it.

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@daniels_den Neither have I, but I wasn’t aware Balfours operated in NSW. The frog cake is most important though. balfours.com.au/our-range/cake…

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@daniels_den Why these tiny packages of haggis and black pudding?

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@daniels_den Balfours pies have always been square, surely?

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@daniels_den They’re from Adelaide and shut up and eat them they’re just fine.

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@franksting @JohnDobbin @paulwiggins @SnarkyPlatypus They’re called “hakkerihuppari”. It’s a Finnish word.

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@JohnDobbin @franksting @paulwiggins @SnarkyPlatypus Just do a Google Images search for “hacker”. This is how they look.

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Thank you, @voltagex, I do like to be kept informed about full-on vibrators. twitter.com/voltagex/statu…

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@mpesce Well if he had been he would have floated. Der.

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@mpesce My guess that they’re not powered by steam.

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@JustJimWillDo I can’t imagine in 2016 they’d let an unvetted radio producer on the bridge of an operational warship. At least not as conn.

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@JustJimWillDo The training on the Browning Hi-Power came in handy when I went to American Shooters’ range in Las Vegas.

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@bigbadave I know, I was watching @Histreepix’s stream. I’m a bit of a fan.

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@JustJimWillDo This was for a Navy Week media day some time in the second half of the 1980s.

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@JustJimWillDo Aha! Well we did some man overboard drills, and then loosed many 9mm rounds into a perfectly innocent 200-litre drum.

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So, @Colvinius, here’s a theory. Trump is the Lindbergh baby! twitter.com/ataraxite/stat…

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@JustJimWillDo I had the conn of HMAS Aware (Attack-class) for a little while some years ago. Under very close supervision.

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I’ve always thought that Donald Trump has all the characteristics of Charles Lindbergh, and now that’s confirmed. twitter.com/Colvinius/stat…

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Histreepix An Inuit man laughs at the Global North for embracing Mumford & Sons. Greenland, 2014. pic.twitter.com/QG2MWRrTJA

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Histreepix U.K. encapsulates British spirit with new, dystopian National Anthem “All Radiohead Songs On A Loop At Once”. 2017. pic.twitter.com/FFsUUU7VN0

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Histreepix A child who barely understands chess is thrashed by a succession of grand-masters. Paris, 1920. pic.twitter.com/FT0DoTA2my

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Can I be arsed telling @BBCNews that modern submarines don’t have conning towers? bbc.com/news/uk-368523… en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conning_t… Nah.

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Nuclearinfo Astute? Hardly! RN nuclear submarine HMS Ambush limps into Gibraltar after collision: bbc.in/29UzQd0 pic.twitter.com/KzKZNuvcVP

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darkhorse166 Socmed class: “What have we learned about today, folks?” (Clearly, nothing.) twitter.com/pedestriandail…

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@paulwallbank Well it is ABC Local Radio… We’re probably the youngest ones there.

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@gordonkerry You know, a 99 Words You Need To Get Right could be a decent seller.

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@stevelord Thanks. I’ve noted both of them, and @TrendMicroANZ had told me they’ll send me a white paper or whatever on what they’re doing.

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@gordonkerry And yeah I see what you mean about the second one. How annoying.

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@gordonkerry This first one’s just an allegation of stock-standard conspiracy and corruption, surely.

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joshchin So much for penny-pinching: Chinese urban households carry more debt than families in U.S. bit.ly/2aajbTQ pic.twitter.com/NR4hNu6pQF

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I spoke about some of this on radio last night, but Paul’s is later so he can go a bit more blue. twitter.com/paulwallbank/s…

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@gordonkerry Thank you. But that raises the question… How else do people use it?

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@markc I’ve closed the search window now and can’t be arsed tracing it back any more.

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@markc Ta. Hadn’t known its origins. But it really does turn up everywhere.

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@rachael_falk They are all authentic. These are even more authentic. twitter.com/FutbolJason/st…

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mal_neil Trident missiles are the ebooks of the missile world. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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It’s fun watching the various strategic and military wonks I follow all head-shaking at Trump’s superb* new “foreign policy”.

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… remember that while the UK re-approved Trident, the missiles are only leased from the USen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trident_n…tpic.twitter.com/atDFcY4n7676

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So @ArmsControlWonk’s tweet here about US allies thinking about their own nuclear capability… twitter.com/ArmsControlWon…

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b_judah 1940. pic.twitter.com/bi5uE1QYgZ

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Remember, folks, if your cyber presentation doesn’t include this image then it isn’t really cyber at all. pic.twitter.com/9jtNzVkB9l

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It’s funny because it’s true. Ping @jturner_ibrs. twitter.com/Viss/status/75…

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omershapira WAR IS PEACE

FREEDOM IS SLAVERY

JAVA UPDATE AVAILABLE

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ArmsControlWonk I wonder how many leaders of US allies are, at this moment, toying with the idea of a nuclear weapons capability. twitter.com/nytimes/status…

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thegrugq If your company is big enough to require people use Office, you chances of being compromised approach 100%

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SkyNewsAust Possible by-election looming in 85 soldiers registered in the election unable to vote. skynews.com.au/news/top-stori…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Three and a half months is a long time in politics.

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@incorrect @nathanlean I am now SO hoping the artist is a Mexican immigrant.

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Beyond “protectionism” comes “protection racket”. All hail President Trump. theguardian.com/world/2016/jul… pic.twitter.com/TI6bjJWXMx

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@SnarkyPlatypus Anyway this is a key theme in the next Edict.

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@SnarkyPlatypus And yet you retweeted the Nazi hyperbole tweet.

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glengyron I know how to human, he hissed, look at me do the perfectly natural interaction ritual. pic.twitter.com/5EJPYYxLn3

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rantyben All this Nazi hyperbole is tasteless. The RNC is simply promoting white supremacy, ethnic and religious cleansing, hatred of gays, and war.

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@ddowza @jonathanchait @abissicus @Colvinius I haven’t read it yet. I’m just rolling with a stream of consciousness, to return to it later.

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Read the last 11 words of this tweet. Just those 11 words. twitter.com/SnarkyPlatypus…

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nathanlean A street artist built a wall around Donald Trump’s Hollywood star. Complete with barbed wire and an American flag! pic.twitter.com/n7I2mFxV9S

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True, except that Trump and friends’ spray of random ideas means more touch points with the anger of the supporters. twitter.com/SnarkyPlatypus…

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ddowza @stilgherrian Trump needs to read some @stephenWalt - reasoned realism best way to go forward in this environment.

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This is the sort of “links to” silliness I mean. twitter.com/pandymonium01/…

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Then this. “Trump’s Veterans Advisor Says Hillary Clinton Should Be ‘Shot For Treason’” time.com/4415120/donald… pic.twitter.com/uK06mW74R7

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This is true, though “links to” can really mean any damn thing you like. twitter.com/brisvegas1/sta…

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“Let’s put America first” would, quite literally, be the worst thing America could do for itself at this moment in history.

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An insane US withdrawing from the world provides Russia and China both ease of expansion and pretext for almost any goddam thing.

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I wonder to what extent the Trump campaign might be influenced by, or even covertly funded by, Russia or China.

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I think the Trump Presidency will be getting off to a great start once the new year rolls around. Joy for China tho. twitter.com/GrogsGamut/sta…

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@dannolan I really don’t wish to know what you’re into.

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Rory_Medcalf Eminent strategy expert Lawrence Freedman ‘astonished’ at how calm younger generations are about nuclear weapons

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@NuclearAnthro Oh that’s that’s what Americans think food looks like.

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michaelmeloni This comment from user jcobevans basically sums up Australian mateship pic.twitter.com/pTgdkerVkv

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@dannolan Please tell me that Snake Grief Twitter is not a thing.

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Thu plan, re: Trend Micro ransomware briefing (done); collapse into a pathetic ball of shuddering (commenced and continuing). A good plan.

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So the fact that I got hardly any sleep last night has hit me really, really hard just now. Well, a couple hours ago. Reviewing the plan…

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@georgerperry @AndrewPStreet I kinda like the idea of Abbott pimping out Oldfield as some sort of low grade gigolo.

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AndrewPStreet “David Oldfield claims he had sex with Pauline Hanson for Tony Abbott” is the least erotic sentence I’ve ever read. 9news.com.au/national/2016/…

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Wow. I could watch this for hours. The subtleties are endless. Wow. twitter.com/sparksjls/stat…

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prvcticeNYC Holy shit this is a real image pic.twitter.com/ShoA6D0bQT

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@mackaysuzie They’re speaking Greek, so I’m guessing the rest.

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A group of old Greek women are showing pics of grandchildren to each other. Blinged up, they alight at The Star, casino-bound.

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When your rebellion against conformity consists solely of whimsical socks you really need to reconsider your life choices.

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@juhasaarinen Mate, they’re fighting to get a piece of my hot juicy thing.

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Beating off a seagull.

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@TrendMicroANZ My pleasure. I learned things, and can write things.

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@matusiak I’d guessed that was probably the case.

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@girlgerms And yet if they don’t, their business or they personally can suffer. Individual need vs society’s best interests. It’s hard.

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OK, that’s it for Trend Micro’s ransomware briefing. Thank you for playing.

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Oliver says AU is hit relatively hard ‘cos we’re in a timezone opposite EU [so the night shift can cover the victim support.]

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You gotta pay the ransom to get the data put back in the right place.

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This patient has AB+ blood, but the database now says it’s O-. [And swap out their drug allergies.]

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Zac Khan just posited that instead of encrypting a medical database, they could just randomly swap patient data..mr

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nlentern1 Good evening I’m Milo Yiannopolous. Welcome to Frontline. pic.twitter.com/Wg3hjauixE

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Yes, this is exactly terrorism. The threat of mass violence motivated by politics. twitter.com/dobes/status/7…

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Oliver suggets getting employees to read email off phones or tables, ‘cos they don’t generally have access to hit the file shares.

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Discussion of paying the ransom or not is being compared with policies for paying kidnappers / terrorists. Not as silly as that sounds.

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Oliver says AFP is understanding about this. They really just want email logs ‘cos there’s little forensic advantage on taking servers.

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Q from audience: I can’t let the cops have my machines ‘cos critical, shouldn’t I just pay up?

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@SkepticalKPop @munin Nope, too deep for this audience. I’ll ask @TrendMicroANZ if there’s a white paper on the encryption detection.

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Good point here from @AndrewRJamieson. I have no details of how Trend Micro’s tech works yet. twitter.com/AndrewRJamieso…

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Stats for how much gets detected at what layer in Trend Micro tech. pic.twitter.com/4XfOuE1Frq

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Clay says they’ve seen ransomware check the target PC’s language localisation and only encrypt machines in, say, Portuguese.

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@stevelord No details given. This is your general IT audience, not infosec types. Lots of faces paying lots of attention.

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Clay says Trend Micro’s endpoint protection can detect when files are being encrypted and stop the ransomware after the third file.

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Cited earlier: “Cerber Ransomware Morphing Every 15 Seconds” (3 Jun) securityweek.com/cerber-ransomw…

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When asked to raise hands, maybe 1/4 of the room said they were using Office 365.

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ssharwood Australian telcos are getting cranky about the cost of data retention twitter.com/TheRegister/st…

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@vealmince “Cynic”? This is exactly what these briefing sessions are about! And, as I said, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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Clay says the new domains that the bad guys register are being used within minutes of going live. [This is presumably automated.]

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Yep, we’re running through Trend Micro’s capabilities now. You can grab that from their website, so I won’t tweet all that.

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Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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And now we get to the defensive architecture which I suspect will by an odd coincidence match the product line. pic.twitter.com/apiAQAACUw

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Other layers are endpoint, network (to stop lateral movement), server. [Lots of people taking notes now.]

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Clay: Four layers of protection, and the first, email and web gateway, is the best place to stop the ransomware.

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See also my “Cybercriminals now target payroll, invoicing, and superannuation systems: AFP” (15 Apr) zdnet.com/article/cyberc…

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Clay’s fourth point: Employee education on phishing, especially your HR, shipping and finance people.

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[It feels like I’m in a presentation of the ASD’s Top Four Mitigations now.]

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Clay’s third point: Access control. Limit admin access. Limit file share access, cloud access. Segment your network.

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Clay’s second point: Keep current with patching. [Again, this is basic stuff.]

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Clay makes the obvious point: Have backups! 3 copies, 2 formats, one of them air-gapped… because network backups get hit toomr

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Uhoh. @nswpolice has discovered the power of cat videos. twitter.com/nswpolice/stat…

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Clay says the crims have adopted ransomware faster and more widely than any other type of attack… because it makes money. [Der.mr

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So, that regionalisation thing? In China, a heavily mobile-based society, the ransomware is obviously targeting mobiles more.

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Next up: Jon Clay, Cyber Security Expert, Trend Micro Global.

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Oliver says that Australian banks and AFP are doing a “great job” with fast site takedowns.

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Oliver’s ongoing message is that the bad guys are pulling in the coin, and reinvest in their attack infrastructure and processes.

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The random script and directory names are to help to defeat regexp-based blocking rules.

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The bad guys infect 50 to 100 different websites per day, up to even 300. It’s hard to block. pic.twitter.com/ZgLG1gUfow

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That point about macros was also made by CERT Australia in April. zdnet.com/article/austra…

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“It’s very important to look at your security policies around [Microsoft Office] macros,” says Oliver. pic.twitter.com/A8a4Q0y9Cc

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Ransomware attacks are highly regionalised. This is Australia for Q2. pic.twitter.com/3aWVsRE31i

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Oliver notes that TorrentLocker’s instruction list for buying Bitcoin is amongst the best around.

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Hah! TorrentLocker brands all their alerts “CryptoLocker”, a lie but they know people are more likely to have heard of that.

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This is a good primer on how ransomware evolved, the business models, and the state of art.

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@munin I’ll be asking @TrendMicroANZ for a copy of the slides. (They’ll see this and I hope they email it to me shortly. [Waves])

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Oliver says that the ransomware executable is being changed as fast as every 15 seconds. Each spam email is unique.

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Torrentlocker has been targeting Australia very hard, believed to be behind AusPost and AGL ransomware attacks amongst others.

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@bigbadave I’ve never bought any coin full stop, nor had to deal with ransomware myself. But I’m guessing it’s a PITA.

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Some companies that accept Bitcoin are keeping it as Bitcoin in case they have to pay off a ransomware hit.

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Olive says 2016 has seen an explosion in the variety of ransomware. This matches what I’ve been told.

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Just cited by Oliver: “Cyber-extortion losses skyrocket, says FBI” (15 Apr) money.cnn.com/2016/04/15/tec…

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Oops, that article is about ransomware, but this one quotes the AFP. zdnet.com/article/cyberc…

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Oliver says banks have gotten good at killing banking trojans. The AFP agrees. zdnet.com/article/austra…

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My gut feeling is that the audience here today is mostly IT managers, not security folks.

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Oliver’s timeline of the threat landscape seems fair. pic.twitter.com/hcWxiUlEJz

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First up, Jon Oliver, Senior Software Architecture Director.

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@Fobski It is more than adequate, thank you.

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@jturner_ibrs You will perhaps be amused to know I’m sitting with Arno right now.

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jturner_ibrs Preparing for ransomware:
Step 1. decide if your organisation is prepared to give money to organised crime twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@jdub @warkolm This went very strange very quickly.

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@gusworldau The joys of goddam autocorrect. I’d tried three times, and on the last had thought it was going to be OK.

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Here’s the agenda, kicking off in about 15 minutes at 0900 AEST. pic.twitter.com/hputIxH9VS

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This morning I’m at Trend Micro’s ransomware briefing in Sydney. I’ll tag it unless I’m told otherwise. pic.twitter.com/4HMX65TuaU

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“I grew up on a dairy farm and I’ve seen smarter creatures on the back of a truck.”

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Introducing @TrendMicroANZ’s people to the word “cudmuncher”.

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People who catch the same train five days a week for years and still don’t get that they’re blocking the door? Turnbull’s innovation nation!

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CHRIST YOU PEOPLE ARE DUMBER THAN THE TOAST YOU HAD FOR BREAKFAST.

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@riskybusiness That will be quite educational, I imagine.

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“Twitter vows to act more swiftly after banning Leslie Jones abuser,” i.e. The Banned One. theguardian.com/technology/201…

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“Skype finalizes its move to the cloud, ignores the elephant in the room,” which is (lack of) privacy. arstechnica.com/information-te…

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I haven’t read this article on crypto history yet, but I’ve interviewed @RidT and he’s worth paying attention to. twitter.com/KevinBankston/…

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paulwallbank Join us tonight on ABC Nightlife where we’ll be discussing Pokemon Go, the end of the ideas boom & other tech stuff paulwallbank.com/2016/07/20/abc…

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franksting Troubling. You mean “more troubling” twitter.com/NoahCRothman/s…

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markhumphries Reposting this because it’s just too perfect pic.twitter.com/SbUgtgb75R

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SwiftOnSecurity Yeah, stay conservative. twitter.com/elonmusk/statu…

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mollycrabapple Do Trump supporters know we have dropped thousands of bombs on ISIS? pic.twitter.com/nfHoU216Y2

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SimonMaloy SUCK IT PERICLES’ FUNERAL ORATION twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…

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pattymo *incredible plot twist noise* pic.twitter.com/k6hK5zx10G

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Not the best sample size in the world, but… pic.twitter.com/GDzi63kAja

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@mediajorge I am so glad I can watch all this from a (hopefully) safe distance.

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@BrigadierSlog The very soul of the Republican Party is down there.

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Thu plan, draft: 0830 Trend Micro ransomware briefing; a mix of writing and geekstuff; 1630 cybersecurity legal & risk briefing; collapse.

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OK, I’d better start getting this show on the road.

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mtredden morning everyone how was the convention last night pic.twitter.com/eamawfACVb

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@jason_a_w @SnarkyPlatypus Not the brightest crayons in the box, I imagine.

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@jason_a_w @SnarkyPlatypus Well, also based on a vague knowledge of 1930s history.

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@jason_a_w @SnarkyPlatypus I suspect, based on nothing but feels, that DT has tapped into some deep, deep emotions and could well win.

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@jason_a_w @SnarkyPlatypus Oh God, you have seen all this at closer range.

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@jason_a_w @SnarkyPlatypus This must all be even worse at your closer range.

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EVERYTHING IS COMPLETELY EXCELLENT.

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Remember, everyone, this is where The Banned One was yesterday. Ping @jason_a_w twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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The one who wrote the story do I have to explain everything to you people?

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I strongly recommend reading the tweets of this chap. Not @jason_a_w, obviously (ugh!) but the other one. twitter.com/jason_a_w/stat…

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jason_a_w this is a gamechanger twitter.com/BreitbartTech/…

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chriseng Way to go @ThirdEyeBlind. This is fantastic. “Who here believes in science?” Republicans: “BOOOOO”. mic.com/articles/14925…

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DanPatterson Because of course this happened ;) @ GOP Convention instagram.com/p/BIGIOoLAyii/

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The Trump Presidency will not be a straightforward period in history.

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What I think is extra special is this was their jobs and the economy night. Also the mock trial of Hillary Clinton. twitter.com/mattyglesias/s…

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mattyglesias Last night Republicans talked more about devil-worship than affordable child care vox.com/2016/7/19/1223…

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MrEmilyHeller Tried to buy a doormat and here’s what arrived: a piece of foam with a photo of the thing I wanted printed on it. pic.twitter.com/sqK7vgH7Ii

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Bring me a fresh-faced child so I may drain its life force.

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So, having had almost no sleep, thanks to a late night and restlessness, the long day ahead will be lots* of fun.

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Thursday. It’s like a kind of mud, but slightly tastier. It could be worse, you suppose. It’ll have to do. Thursday.

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This is way past my usual bedtime. Gone.

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I’d always thought that the standard blurring or pixellating techniques might have been reversible. They are. twitter.com/kashhill/statu…

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@eyemanageit @daveweigel I’ve seen others propose this theory, and I’m starting to think it has merit.

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thegrugq_ebooks I’m going to get verified! twitter.com/thegrugq/statu…

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I really want people to think about this event, savour its rich flavours, and think “Yes, I was on Earth in 2016.” twitter.com/daveweigel/sta…

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FREEDOM FOR EVERYBODY!

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@thegrugq And ICYMI earlier, Milo and Geert launched this event. twitter.com/daveweigel/sta…

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@thegrugq Unless, of course, you name is Milo, in which case there is less freedom. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@thegrugq The very idea it preposterous!

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pptsapper Someone could fart in a crowded meeting room and ISIS would claim responsibility. twitter.com/UPROXX/status/…

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@thegrugq I wonder if there’s any possible explanation for Twitter to want all that PII..twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…AU

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