Interesting Information Security Bits for 10/06/2008

by kriggins on October 6, 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: Archives
    Paul talkes about wrangling attackers in the ICE II challenge.
  2. :wq - blog >> Blog Archive >> HeX 2.0, codename "Bonobo", released!
    Lee let's us know that HeX 2.0 has been released. Go check it out.
  3. Nmap DEFCON 16 Video / 4.75 Released | Infosec Events
    Fyodor's DEFCON 16 video is up.
  4. Emergent Chaos: Quantum Crypto Broken Again
    Mordaxus points us to a paper where three researchers claim to have broken quantum key distribution. As Mordaxus says, "This is a serious flaw."
  5. IT Security: The view from here: Rewriting the Code
    Policy, standards and procedures are all three very different animals. Read what happens when that distinction is not clearly made.
  6. Crypto attack unveils hidden backups * The Register
    A researcher has discovered a way to determine if there is a hidden encrypted volume in a disc backup. Interesting stuff.
  7. Cheat sheet: IP access lists -
    via @mubix via @packetlife

That's it for today. Have fun!

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