Proofpoint Cybersecurity Coloring Book fails to explain print spooler privilege escalation
Proofpoint has released their summer printable Proofpoint Cybersecurity Coloring Book and left my children without adequate explanations of CVE-2021-34527, any refreshers on perhaps the first Exchange vulnerability my 5yo will have worked at exploiting (talking of course CVE-2021-26855,) or even referenced throwbacks to the summer of TCP/IP stack attacks.
Page after page of coloring options and not even a coded reference to the RDP exploits hackers used late 2020 to install ransomware everywhere? Requests to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen? Do they not want my child to be in cybersecurity dehydrated on 11 cups of coffee and pale as the driven snow?
The coloring book is free for download without requiring any identifying information on Proofpoint’s website, however contains no modern cybersecurity practices and standards that my kindergartner, let along my 2nd grader, should be following. Man, there’s not even a good buffer overflow picture in there for the pre-K crowd.