CYBERCOM briefing on Kaspersky

4:38 PM · Apr 7, 2021

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Replying to @josephfcox
Report??
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Surprising that ■■■■■■■ said ■■■■■■■■ which ■■■■■■■■ implies ■■■■■■ ■■■■■■ a banana.
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I never understood why release information if they’re redacting it LOL
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Replying to @josephfcox
O RLY
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tem relação com a exclusão deles nos contratos do governo?
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Welp that makes a statement in and of itself.
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The original one that came out was in 2008 and 1. Secret 2. Agency Name : JTF-GNO (pre cybercom) 3. BLUFF That Kapersky was not to be used by any DoS, or DoD networks (NiPR, SiPR,NSA net, JWICS) Because it was clearly a SVR intercept tool. I can tell more, I helped write it
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could someone talk publicly about the signature file discrepancies and how the mechanism of getting listing and files and folders works ? i've had it described to me in person by a fearful friend, would be nice to have it public said/shown ;p
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For those not in the know, the original explained A. This revealed a connection with one of the researchers being involved with a APT group. B. It discusses the classified material that was siphoned from a computer through Kapersky products C. Discusses the Byzantine connex
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As I remember that, it was "siphoned" because one less perceptive US contractor was using US APT tools on a BYOD computer with Kaspersky installed 😉
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