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Man people doing crime just aren't following any of the rules anymore, are they? What's the world coming to?

Zoom is down worldwide apparently. If you can help a local school that's hard down, pull a jitsi meet web server container, set the passwords, and help them off of the mercy of the centralized services.

Windows Defender can now no longer be disabled. Didn't want to run a power, memory, and disk hogging AV that doesn't catch much? Too bad. Why is "double down on everything awful" always the Microsoft policy? I'm sure there will be hacks, but come on.

7cc90a04216d263164c86e8a9b5a702d5b4206c419d015b949b717e131d37328 *onesight_app_exports.7z
d2e1a850e0624652b49017e3dd7b9bf9564c7b8a93507ab4d6ec2ca3a8045597 *onesight_system_screens_and_videos.7z
417899fd5d2c53b2066b896c84f294a3d7ec2f3944b26a7c251b9e4c63f08375 *readme.txt

Google fixed a major Gmail and G Suite spoofing bug seven hours after details and a PoC exploit were published

Bug was privately disclosed but Google didn't patch it in 137 days.

Credit: @ezhes_ - details here:

provided information to the foreign intelligence service about the CIA’s personnel, operations, and methods of concealing communications. Part of the meeting was captured on videotape, including a portion where Ma can be seen receiving and counting $50,000 in cash for the secrets

The most interesting part of this was the comment that pointed out this behavior is incentivized by Google's evaluation/promotion system

Dear Google Cloud: Your Deprecation Policy is Killing You by Steve Yegge

They don't call it Epic for nothing. Good luck guys!

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