via the inimitable Rich Mogull, writing at TidBits, comes this interesting take on newly implemented user-land security operability problems in Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) desktop operating variant of Darwin (aka macOS X (10.14). Typically, strict utilization of user-land intervention implementing security controls leads to insecure configurations. Today's Must Read (especially considering the mew macOS version is due for general release today!).
via Cyrus Farivar, writing at Ars Technica, of the apparent displeasure noted by United States District Court Judge Amy Totenberg, whilst Her Honor viewed the shenanigans being perpertrated by the State of Georgia's voting commision. Suprised? Don't be.. The centuries lomg tradition of election manipulations is coming to the fore, as the aft begins sinking under it's own weight of corruption, down south, that is. That said, the North, West and East aren't exactly doing that much better. Read Cyrus's superb reportage and weep for free, unfettered elections.
Terrific blog post by Gerhard Jacobs, writing at the Imperva Cybersecurity blog, and discussing IoT and ML with Gilad Yehudai (Gilad is a Security Research Engineer at Imperva), this time, where connected devices and machine learning interact in concert with and inform warfighting and warrior, and machine capabilities. Today's Must Read.