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Chris Phillips @teamktown ÜT: 45.42115,-75.698446

An identity and enterprise architect & federation geek. These are my views and opinions, not those of my employer(s). This is a personal account.

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Joined Twitter 3/20/09


Dragon supply ship arrived at capture point 32 feet (10 meters) below space station as it passed into orbital sunse… https://t.co/AqjdYMd7rA
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsAaand this is why handing out flash drives for swag is a bad idea. Oh, and this: https://t.co/8Q0FExfejj #infosechttps://t.co/DoliX3qOAFThe Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals https://t.co/DAHubawOxw via @farnamstreet
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8/16
2017
If its free, you are the product https://t.co/vBgeBKVbnv
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsBad Habits We Learn in School { author: @jlhcoder } https://t.co/NoP2eznNOW
Retweeted by Chris Phillipsq: why do smart locks need updates q: why do smart locks update without prompting user q: why do u own smart lock https://t.co/weRPNvnGJB
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsTwitter threads are the new blogs. Worth the read.. https://t.co/462F6dVdcD
8/15
2017
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Retweeted by Chris PhillipsJava is to Javascript as a hamster is to a ham sandwich.
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8/14
2017
1/ Interesting: Software tool for breaking (among other things) password managers: https://t.co/rylXno6gpV
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8/13
2017
Tracking your sleep habits via wifi. This is ..interesting. I can see a bit^H^H^H a lot of peril for #privacy tho https://t.co/zLD0eZIeNCA bit longer read but worth the extra few minutes https://t.co/HW3rGi7oT0The harder I work, the luckier I get. -Samuel Goldwyn
Retweeted by Chris Phillips$10k Host header (Google Bug Bounty) : https://t.co/sCD9dlCv50
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8/10
2017
Of course, if you want something secure that's a whole lot easier to use ... 😉 https://t.co/YXXSrpykpw
Retweeted by Chris Phillips⚠️NOT SECURE warnings are coming for HTTP user entered data & incognito! Flip the flag to see Chrome 62. You have ~… https://t.co/GY1lfUyfAx
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsGot @googlechrome Canary? Insecure field edit warnings landed last night: https://t.co/nVN1W6ER0U
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8/9
2017
Introducing the Jenkins Minute video series https://t.co/lBX7RvunCg
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsNo matter where you stand on the firing of Google’s ”manifestbro” — you should take away this valuable lesson:… https://t.co/pKNbJsgyDg
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @trbouma Interesting. I would encourage consent be done before arriving at RP. GDPR (and existing tools) have this already in play..This. #infosec https://t.co/WxneJdSzKO"Paying back debt should be mostly about fixing your design, not about fixing bugs or spaghetti code." https://t.co/k0pLPNLCzA
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8/8
2017
VIDEO: 20 years ago today, shuttle Discovery thundered back into space. Enjoy the cockpit video views of the astron… https://t.co/gWGuj22XOc
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsI just published this article on a serverless app pattern I find useful: https://t.co/71GG1VJGMG https://t.co/DbzhjMr4mI
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8/7
2017
Facebook is fighting biometric facial recognition privacy laws using NRA example https://t.co/ejYoOr0hP6 poke @AnnCavoukian
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @hanno @troyhunt Some time ago, in 2015, @m8urnett has released 10M plaintext passwords, you might check with him,… https://t.co/AifJdh3Nb6
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsWatch this Russian hacker break into our computer and take complete control in minutes https://t.co/AxavJfDHQAhttps://t.co/vU1RwQ0d33
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsMe, paranoid? nah, let's take it up a notch though with this --> https://t.co/paWaHzk2WB #infosec #opsec
8/5
2017
New, free tool from @CANARIE_Inc lets Canadian small & medium-sized businesses forecast cloud usage and cost… https://t.co/ag4boXmlpx
Retweeted by Chris Phillips“We sell sweaters, why are we building a bespoke container orchestration system?” is sometimes the hard question to… https://t.co/mutTDlXC28
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsPeople ask us what it’s like to work for #NASA. This is what it’s like. via @Sephko https://t.co/YY2cePZZTh
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8/4
2017
Awwwww... someone getting romantic and yet punny on Wi-Fi https://t.co/hRQX0YLWvU
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsIt's really amazing liquid immersion cooling system from fujitsu server! @nixcraft https://t.co/LjTnpBT86R
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8/3
2017
The final writeup is up. This is how I did it: https://t.co/J1SPZENhm2
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsThis thread on why compromising end to end encryption is bad. #infosec #privacy https://t.co/FjneY6EfQF
8/2
2017
Google Search: Inurl:server Filetype:key “-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----” : https://t.co/42SFxtKS8l
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7/31
2017
Slides of my Black Hat presentation on detecting logical vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi handshake is online at https://t.co/SPZ5pc1rTU
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7/28
2017
The amount of wifi signal being hoovered and emitted by this would be eye popping #infosec https://t.co/oslJISihtG https://t.co/rXyLkZAxPJLook out for WPA3 showing up next year. #WLPC https://t.co/w4ZIaOWtjL
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsHow Chrome OS, Termux, YubiKey and Duo Mobile make for great usable security https://t.co/FrRNUdAFTt
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7/27
2017
Slides & photos from @TrustedCI #PEARC17 workshop posted https://t.co/Cqw4FjXTPi https://t.co/oLElro9BUN
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsWhat happens on January 19, 2038? #unix #linux #sysadmin https://t.co/Upw2qW7v7n
Retweeted by Chris Phillips#digitalidentity #meme #tuesdaywisdom https://t.co/wgnurQNFWh
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsCome to a @REANNZ talk on designing a firewall service for R&E community, next Wednesday in Wlg or over VC https://t.co/EPYLca3gGw #security
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsGood read on methodical diagnosis of #cloud perf challenges. https://t.co/7Q1zUqG4gP
7/26
2017
Encouraging report from @usnistgov on potential Identity and Authentication changes to the CyberSecurity Framework… https://t.co/XCMzGodMH3
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @IdentityWoman @trbouma @paulmadsen @pamelarosiedee @ve7jtb @idgorilla @IDIMAndrew @kendaggtbs @atjohnstonhttps://t.co/Jx4ETbhMrhAlways interesting to find out the why and how on things like this. Good read. https://t.co/psr0Er5qAnIt’s being alleged that people are trying to build wiretapping into Web security protocols. A Very Big Deal if true: https://t.co/L4oiLKLPSf
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7/25
2017
Time is almost up! Submit your #CanCode application by July 26 for funding to teach coding to young Cdns https://t.co/IWQBUkMdH6
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsIn an effort to increase the adoption of FIDO U2F, we’re releasing Soft U2F: a software-based U2F option for macOS https://t.co/0ItGKMRBHQ
Retweeted by Chris Phillips.@leifjohansson this. https://t.co/KRq9LaYY6A @IdentityWoman @trbouma @paulmadsen @pamelarosiedee @ve7jtb @idgorilla @IDIMAndrew @kendaggtbs @atjohnstonhttps://t.co/08fTTmo1OwTHIS. Goes from slow-mo single car crash(bad enough) to multi-car pile up in front of a train fast from #infosec st… https://t.co/K6LZYxNtYP @DougHempstead #otttraffic 7:35 - >6km of taillights from all lanes (except my bus) frm Place D'Orleans to just bef… https://t.co/ve7nBYsYYx
7/24
2017
live tweets, replayed 48 years later. https://t.co/Oefi7O3fn1Turning your desk into an augmented-reality display https://t.co/VpMvF6D69d https://t.co/tEYB7rc9XJ
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @trbouma @futureidentity @aniltj Hash (2 me) pseudo opaque & quantm brute force-able. blog post may help describe… https://t.co/zSE1CzW5Yx @futureidentity @aniltj @trbouma +1. This model is a zero privacy model & assists assertion replay. Easy 1 stop sho… https://t.co/ajdnnIXQXu @aniltj @futureidentity @trbouma Doh! ^insufficient? @aniltj @futureidentity @trbouma To me this concept mirrors #saml but with privacy revealing features(blockchain re… https://t.co/vwThlFcaCiWith this simple config option you can push more data between long distance Linux server. I went from 200Mb to 800Mb https://t.co/YauqGSAuYb
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @bjuul .@mridley Govroam in nascent stages in EU/GB. Long involved via Global #eduroam GvnceCmte.(guidance,insight,… https://t.co/QyQVoaTFrk
7/21
2017
@atlasobscura is a great way to get out of your #filterbubble .. like this for instance.. https://t.co/nmkvuzgaguThe @filesender project has released Filesender v2.0 beta 1. More information at: https://t.co/9oUYAFFVOR.
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7/20
2017
What Does It Take to Track a Million Cell Phones ? : https://t.co/FeEZMLVmGl
Retweeted by Chris Phillips @Twitter Had to remove exclamations from Tweet to make it fit. Burned more bytes in SCROLLING TWITTER'S APP than in… https://t.co/Z2TQPm5xWEYesterday:Added @glasswire 2phone. Today:@Twitter WTH?! I CALL BS.9MB IN 1HR?!! 818KB TELEMETRY??! I'M JUST SCROLLI… https://t.co/BWW3nc1xZh @trbouma Very James bond like! Have one for the Barbasol can or the super magnet watch with built in garrote #007 ;)
7/19
2017
Build a burner phone with Twilio and Kotlin https://t.co/hWfJn5Oiob
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7/18
2017
Emoji in URLs are probably a bad idea... probably: https://t.co/agIckLlvSC 🤔 #phishing #unicode #emoji https://t.co/hMuuTWO1fn
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsTo anyone looking for tech work, Joey's approach is a great read and list of what to do. Sounds like a great gig y… https://t.co/exbk4xt97HHTTPS & SSL doesn't mean "trust this." It means "this is private." You may be having a private conversation with Satan.
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsLloyd's says cyber-attack could cost $120bn, same as Hurricane Katrina. tagging @jeremiahg in hopes more ppl read https://t.co/UdkLj8UiWh
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsRedacted NSA report on Russian Spear Phishing in the US. Note the harvesting of second factor OTP information. https://t.co/gcUl3PzyMF
Retweeted by Chris PhillipsGood walk through #iot #infosec https://t.co/fwc7IGneVa
7/17
2017
The .io Error - https://t.co/QKq6403D8U
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7/10
2017
Sunday read: The Tampa bay monkey. Hey @AccordionGuy, ever see him? https://t.co/lUAna2q2Kv
7/9
2017
2FA becoming more and more useful on cmdline because of things like this #infosec https://t.co/b8D5s3QY9s
7/7
2017

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