Interesting Information Security Bits for 03/16/2009

by kriggins on March 16, 2009

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. You may have already heard, but Heartland and RBS are having some PCI issues.
    Visa yanks creds for payment card processing pair * The Register
    Tags: ( pci )
  2. Good tips and suggestions here.
    Gaining and Maintaining Professional Momentum During Difficult Times : The Security Catalyst
    Tags: ( career )
  3. Nifty information on digging into what information Firefox keeps as you peruse the internet.
    Firefox 3.X Forensics: Using F3e << SANS Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response
    Tags: ( forensics firefox )
  4. A nice source for lots of HIPAA information. (Via @privacyprof)
    FAQ: What is the impact of HIPAA on IT operations?
    Tags: ( hipaa )
  5. Yup. Part 3 of Synjunkie's "Abusing Citrix" series is up. Again, good stuff.
    Syn: Abusing Citrix - Part 3
    Tags: ( hacking citrix )
  6. Jeff has a great post about first solutions and thoughts. Good stuff.
    How to Catch a Balloon : The Security Catalyst
    Tags: ( general )
  7. Chris has a real good primer/reminder on performing an effective and complete application security risk assessment. Good stuff. I hope he gets permission to share more details.
    Application Security Risk Assessments << Risktical Ramblings
    Tags: ( risk assessment application )
  8. Bill has a slide show up from his trip to Boston for SOURCEBoston.
    CSO Online - Security and Risk - Slideshow - SOURCE Boston Security Conference - Slide 1
    Tags: ( source conferences )
  9. Wow. Just wow. (via @brianhonan)
    Drunken BOFH wreaks $1.2m in Oz damage * The Register
    Tags: ( general )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

Essie March 9, 2017 at 6:43 am

My take is that the producers realized that the lines are not funny and people will not laugh on their own. So they insert the laugh tracks assuming that the watchers are stupid enough to be tricked into thinking that those lines are funny.It’s not that simple. Research has shown that laughter is somewhat contagious. Watching a comedy alone will not be as amusing as if in a crowd. Laugh tracks are an attempt to compensate for the audience at each viewing site being so sm&se. anblp;lch


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