Interesting Information Security Bits for 10/04/2008

by kriggins on October 4, 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. PaulDotCom Community Blog: Securing Cisco Routers the Easy Way
    Good post on securing Cisco routers.
  2. Matasano Chargen >> Blog Archive >> VoIP Demystified: SIP
    The guys over at Matasano are doing a series of posts covering VoIP. The first is up.
  3. Hack and tell: Teen hacker Mafiaboy writes memoir | News - Security - CNET News
    Cause significant disruption to web properties, get caught, get convicted, write book, profit.
  4. Consensus Controls project aims to set benchmarks for compliance
    An interesting thought, peer review of controls. It's an interesting thought and could be very useful. I've sent a request for a beta invite. I'll let you know what I think if I get one.
  5. Vendors rush to fix bug that could crash Internet systems
    There has been a lot of talk around the internets over the last couple of weeks about a significant vulnerability that is platform agnostic. In the last few days, many have indicated that they think it is nothing new. I get the impression from this article that that may not be the case. Only time will tell, but let's not be too quick to dismiss it as a rehashing of an old issue.

That's it for today. Have fun!

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