Oh yeah, that doesn't make me bat an eye. Actual infosec material is fascinating, but dense and dry as fuck, so it scares off most people who want to learn about hacking. Acronyms, terminology, and obtuse shit as far as the eye can see. So the kind of people you're left with tend to be super autists who pop adderalls the same way most of us pop M&Ms. Those same autists take all the screeching from the craziest people dead seriously, since critical thinking isn't exactly their strong suit.Infosec is such a fucking rabbit hole dude. One person who learned how to hack as a teenager was groomed into being an inflation fetish tranny, and I think they got a visit from the FBI because they were responsible for a huge leak on either Patreon or some other payment site.
With cs in general trannies seem over represented.
One of the better Twitter accounts in Infosec (and a place to start jumping down rabbit holes) is SwiftOnSecurity, but it's still just the usual endless flow of random streams of consciousness that seem to make up most people's Twitter entries. But most of it isn't "the sky is falling" crap, and that's what makes it one of the better ones.
That account's also by an anonymous guy who's obsessed with Taylor Swift, and has maintained a Taylor Swift theme to his persona for years. That's a good example of the lighter end of autism in that community.