Interesting Information Security Bits for 09/25/2008

by kriggins on September 25, 2008

in Interesting Bits

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.
Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. (IN)SECURE Magazine
    Issue 18 is out.
  2. Dailydave: "ClickJacking"
    A good description of clickjacking.
    Hat tip: @lmacvittie
  3. BSQL Hacker - Automated SQL Injection Framework | Darknet - The Darkside
    Title defines it pretty well.
  4. Tenable Network Security: Nessus Virtual Appliance
    Nessus has released a virtual appliance image for Nessus 3. Pretty cool.
  5. Dark Reading - Outside Insight - Snake Bytes
    RSnake reminds us to not forget yesterday's issues.
  6. HubLog: Logout/Login CSRF
    Wow. Not a good thing at all. You really need to check this out. Remember to check who you are logged in as periodically.
    Hat tip: @geekgrrl
  7. HttpFox :: Firefox Add-ons
    Nifty plugin to explore what is happening during http communications.
    Hat tip: @lmacvittie

That's it for today. Have fun!

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