OWASP Top 10 List for Large Language Models|
Very valuable for this fast-developing field :)
Turncoat drone story shows why we should fear people, not AIs
A story about a simulated drone turning on its operator in order to kill more efficiently is making the rounds. In a simulation, an AI-enabled drone tasked to identify and destroy SAM sites, with the final go/no go given by a human. However, having been “reinforced” in training that destruction of the SAM was the preferred option, the AI then decided that “no-go” decisions from the human were interfering with its higher mission — killing SAMs — and then attacked the operator in the simulation.
A ride with Boot Girls, 2 women challenging Atlanta's parking enforcement industry
The Boot Girls offer up the legally dubious practice of boot removals for $50, a price that undercuts parking enforcement companies (which often charge $75 per day for removal). They bought keys that open boots from Christian Verrette, owner of ATL Boot Key.
“file archiver in the browser” is a new phishing technique that can be exploited by phishers when victims visit a .ZIP domain.
The attacker needs to emulate a file archive software through HTML/CSS. The researchers shared two samples, the first one emulates the WinRAR file archive utility, the second one the Windows 11 File Explorer window.