“Since the key is available to TrustZone, Qualcomm, and OEMs [Original Equipment Manufacturers] could simply create and sign a TrustZone image which extracts the KeyMaster keys and flash it to the target device,” Beniamini wrote. “This would allow law enforcement to easily brute force the FDE password off the device using the leaked keys.”
A brief but interesting at how the same data sets can be used across multiple use cases.
“At a recent #Splunk4Rookies event in Paris, we invited people to think about what kind of information they could get from a single piece of raw data to address”
An awesome site which covers the history of the internet; technologies, browsers and code!
Source: The evolution of the web
Building Splunk Add-ons isn’t the easiest process, especially if they need to be CIM compliant and support various input types (which many do!).
The Splunk Add-on Builder is a new Splunk app which takes you through the process within the WebUI and so far works really well!
“Hadoop is enabled by a technology Google created called MapReduce, a way to process and generate large data sets with a parallel, distributed algorithm on a cluster. Google wrote a few papers on it, and then it got picked up by Yahoo programmers who brought it into the open source Apache environment. MapReduce evolved into what Yahoo hoped would be an answer to its search engine woes: an open source platform called Hadoop that collects data from sources such as social media, customers, and financials, storing it in a data warehouse to undergo the MapReduce process. It has made it easier and cheaper than ever to analyze the data being churned out by the Internet. Fun database fact—Hadoop was named after a toy elephant.”