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This treasure trove of data gives us a backstage pass into the shadowy world of state-sponsored hacking, courtesy of a company that, on the surface, offers cybersecurity courses and pen tests. But oh, there's so much more beneath the surface. The leaked documents, all 500 of them, paint a rather colourful picture of the company's not-so-innocent activities, spanning from the UK to the far corners of Asia.
And if that weren't enough, we've got juicy tidbits on spyware and hacking gadgets straight out of a Bond film. Imagine Android phones unwittingly spilling their guts when connecting to the same network as these nefarious devices. Oh, and let's not forget the pièce de résistance: a Twitter exploit playbook that's like a digital Trojan horse, granting attackers the keys to the Twitter kingdom with just one click on a shady link.
But wait, there's more! Among the treasure trove lies a white paper ominously titled "Twitter Public Opinion Guidance and Control System." Sounds like something straight out of a dystopian novel, doesn't it? Clearly, controlling overseas social public opinion is all the rage these days.
Meanwhile, down under, an Australian internet provider finds itself in some scorching hot water. Ever since cozying up to the Common Wealth Bank in 2021, they've found themselves in the midst of a security storm. Over 230 thousand users are left exposed after a security snafu of epic proportions. Despite assurances that they've slammed the door shut on network access, it seems the damage is done. Data types are now taking a leisurely stroll on the dark web, courtesy of this cyber debacle. Time to batten down the digital hatches, folks!
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