Interesting Information Security Bits for 09/30/2008

by kriggins on September 30, 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. *nux Live Acquisition Techniques
    Cutaway gives us a nice walk-through of how he dealt with some issues when trying to acquire drive images during a recent incident response.
  2. Fiction Versus Function: Three Unspoken Annoynaces of Cisco & VMware's Virtualization "Partnership"
    Beaker pens another interesting missive about VMWare and Cisco getting together and what that might mean for both server admins and network admins.
  3. Impact of the Economic Crisis on Security
    Rich has a great post up with some insightful observations about what effect the current financial situation may have on our industry and our jobs. You should go read it.
  4. FAQ: Clickjacking -- should you be worried?
    A very good explanation for what Clickjacking is.
    Hat tip: @jeremiahg
  5. Dark Reading - New DOS Attack Is a Killer - Snake Bytes
    Some interesting stuff coming out of Sweden, interesting as in the sky is falling.
  6. Sex, death and Gartner IT security summits
    David give's us an overview of the opening day of the Gartner IT Security Summit in London. Interesting stuff being talked about there.
  7. - For Sale: Used Spy Camera With Top Secret Terror Records - Science News | Science & Technology | Technology News
    When things like this happen, you just want smack yourself in the forehead and ask how can people not get it to this degree?

    Hat tip: @cre8tn

  8. Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Secure Life Ep 1
    Neat cartoon that really gets to the point.

That's it for today. Have fun!

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