All posts by Bogomil Shopov

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    Sharing your birthday online and the risks it brings.

    November 26, 2021

    I am sure you are so happy when you see the wall of congratulations on your Meta, Twitter, or Linkedin feeds. It brings joy and sometimes false happiness that you have so many friends who care about you. When you share your birthday publicly, it brings some risks for you, and you might become a

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    Me and the Hacker Noon

    November 25, 2021

    My Hacker Noon journey started, I believe, a year ago when I became a shareholder in my effort to support free media initiatives. Last month I decided to write for them about privacy and threat modeling. Two topics I care about. If you are interested in following me there here is my profile.

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    Doing Threat Modeling properly will help your teams to create a bit more secure products.

    September 8, 2021

    I created something beautiful, and I want to give the knowledge to you. How did it start? While analyzing the SDLC in a company I worked for, I realized a few dangerous gaps in our threat modeling process. I also talked with my network of professionals in other companies and understood that they have the

  • 20 years in IT

    May 6, 2021

    I realized something today. It’s been 20 years since I left my military intelligence occupation for a career in IT. I’ve spent the last 20 years with my favorite 10 types of people – those who understand binary and those who don’t. I’ve been working as a webmaster, web developer, web architect, IT manager, marketing

  • Spotify knows what you did the last G88gle search session!

    March 22, 2021

    I had a strange situation: I was using G**gle Translate to transform some string from English to a few of the languages spoken in Indian to greet my teem better. A few days after that, I opened my Spotify app, and surprise – my recommendation feed was full of newly discovered Indian songs. The “coincidence”