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todayNovember 25, 2020

Malware + ShadowBrokers arymdekoharvey

Match Made In The Shadows: Part [1]

Intro Not too long ago the security community was rocked with yet another leak from the #ShadowBrokers[1]; causing an impact worldwide with point and click Domain Admin vulnerabilities. Affecting nearly all dominant Windows operating systems[2] and causing havoc with ransomware adapting this code to propagate worldwide! While some focused on the [...]

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Jaime Renee Wissner

Intermediate Systems Engineer I

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About Jaime Renee

Jaime hails from Brooklyn, NY, and Old Bridge, NJ. She graduated from Montclair State University with a Filmmaking degree in 2015, but immediately set on a path in technology, avidly studying web design and working freelance for Apress founder Gary Cornell, diving deep into technologies like Docker, Flask, and React, very quickly falling in love with staying on the cutting edge. She moved on to a QA Engineer position with Advance Digital, in Jersey City, designing tools and systems for testing and managing large numbers of identical websites simultaneously, still in use to this day. Having solely managed department AWS resources, she moved up the ladder to Devops Engineer at Billtrust, living comfortably in the cloud and solving complex deployment automation strategies, skills that she brought with her to her most recent position at Amazon Web Services, providing Premium Support for Amazon Web Services customers, focused in Deployment services. Working at AWS spurred a renaissance of growth for her, becoming an expert in over 20 AWS services, including Kubernetes. She’s very proud to bring the skills and experiences of her career to the close knit and experienced family at Obscurity Labs, and continuing her growth in engineering.

In her free time, Jaime spends copious amounts of time speedrunning Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and dedicating time to the Pokemon Trading Card Game in both a player and judge role. She’s a proud member of the transgender community, and is working on a website called Trans.Guide, a crowdsourced wiki for transition information and support. She lives with her two cats, Bagel and Cream Cheese, playing video game music covers and composing original pieces on piano and ukulele for them. You can find her cruising around the neighborhood, and outside the Obscurity Labs office. on her longboards, for both exercise and fun.