Cloud Architect. Large scale systems for GCP and AWS. Kubernetes and Golang. DNS. Cybersecurity. Opinions own.

San Antonio, TX
Joined September 2010
Jeff Meyerson passed away last week in Mexico. He was 33. I wish I had more eloquent words to describe how sad so many now are. Jeff you will be missed. @software_daily @jeffprion.
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I think the Chinese government is secretly putting people in the United States under house arrest and severely restricting their movements and communications. They have exported their system of RSDL globally. Perhaps this is going on in other countries @ASPI_org
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Dan Ehrlich retweeted
I found for-profit online universities connected to some of the most 'sensitive' scandals I've looked into. Send ne a DM with particulars; I'll let you know if I have anything.
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Some appear to be used to distribute malware…
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"And one of the things that I was sort of told by some of the insiders at Google was they figured they might as well give the technology out through the front door, because if they didn’t give it – it would get stolen anyway." - ⁦@peterthiel⁩ is mostly correct here in his
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analysis. Cisco essentially had to make the same decision as well. Yet more could have been done. @Oracle took matters into its own hands and ran its own aggressive counterintelligence program within the company ... obviously not without its risk. Yet Google, being co-founded
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by someone had to flee a totalitarian anti-Semitic communist state, should have known what it was getting into. In fact one of the wives of the co-founders, who would go on to lead YouTube, also had a family that fled totalitarianism at a young age. They are responsible for some
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damage certainly. Of course then again 9/11 changed everything.
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In the past week, I listened to recordings of more than 80 internal TikTok meetings about Project Texas, the company’s effort to restrict access to US user data. TLDR: TikTok has been having a really hard time shutting down Chinese access to this info. buzzfeednews.com/article/emi…
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Many of my tweets are negative. I like drawing attention to issues in cyber / having new ways of thinking about them. Cybersecurity reporting I once heard described by @mitpress as "the same hamster wheel from hell since 1995". That being said, it's a good world, there is
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benevolent divine grace, and many many many of all the "bad things" are in a position of weakness, are over extended, and surely we will see joy and goodness replete once more. Often, if we had focused on the small gratitude of day to day living and the beauty of being alive
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instead of the pseudo-reality of national politics, we see much of it was never absent to begin with.
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WHY WOULD FBI LA AND FBI ALASKA investigate a small cyber crime with the UK and ISRAEL in ILLINOIS .... they are going to stick the defendant in some "Communications Management Unit" Bureau of Prisons so he can't squeal.
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Dumbest investigation ever that is simply the appearance of actual investigation and crime policing. Lmao it was a 2000 VM botnet? That's like a half days work not a press release:
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Based on what we know about history, corruption, the political science concepts of long term compromise by professors such as Peter Dale Scott from @UCBerkeley, we can say that @FBIAnchorage is a non-functioning, autoimmune disease of a government department. It is either
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organized crime or committing treason. FBI has seen its share of agents betray the country. Lmao why would Anchorage, Alaska investigate a case in Illinois with the Los Angeles office and also two minor UK cybersecurity firms who really only exist on paper ... and host on KNOWN
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Chinese malware providers ... @unit221b I've literally been to @SharkTech office's in Vegas. And btw the @IDF was involved with their #Unit8200 guys I used to sit next too (they were brilliant!!!) at @PANWGovPolicy via @Unit42_Intel.
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Dumbest investigation ever that is simply the appearance of actual investigation and crime policing. Lmao it was a 2000 VM botnet? That's like a half days work not a press release:
Illinois Man Sentenced to 2 Years in Federal Prison for Operating Subscription-Based Computer Attack Platforms @FBIAnchorage @FBILosAngeles go.usa.gov/xJPKb
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