Interesting Information Security Bits for 05/05/2009

by kriggins on May 5, 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. For those interested in the C|EH certification or others provided by the EC-Council, they have developed a scholarship program.
    EC-Council Secure Aid
    Tags: ( training )
  2. Wanna see what you can get with a botnet? Check this article out.
    Botnet probe turns up 70GB of personal, financial data
    Tags: ( botnet )
  3. Ryan has a nice walk-through showing how to get SSL Strip up and running on Mac OS X.
    Toasty: SSL Strip on Mac OS X
    Tags: ( tools ssl ssltrip )
  4. A nice post with some links to some resources you might find interesting if you are exploring Metasploit.
    Metasploit Resources - Rory.Blog
    Tags: ( metasploit )
  5. I participated in the Mystery Challenge last year at Defcon 16. It was a great deal of fun. The challenge has a new home. See below.
    TEN-FIVE-SEVEN.ORG
    Tags: ( defcon mystery-challenge )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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Kevin

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