Interesting Information Security Bits for 06/29/2009

by kriggins on June 29, 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. Ryan has put together a very nice article about KisMAC. Now I just need to buy a Mac so I can try it out 😉
    The definitive KisMAC article.
    Tags: ( wireless hacking )
  2. I saw this when Justin tweeted it. You should take a look if you missed it.
    Developing Security: Top 10 signs you are a Security Twit
    Tags: ( humor )
  3. Richard puts pen to paper and figures out what you could do with a million dollars as a blackhat. Answer: Just about anything you want to.
    TaoSecurity: Black Hat Budgeting
    Tags: ( hacking )
  4. Christofer has lost his mind and can't remember what he was doing when he created the diagram in this post. He is looking for you to help him remember. If you give him the best answer, he will even give you enough to buy several Hoffacinos.
    Rational Survivability >> What The Hell Was I Thinking?...Help Me Remember & Win $25
    Tags: ( challenge )
  5. Part 2 of the Application Security Street Fighter blog's exploration of PHP and session attacks is up.
    AppSec Street Fighter - SANS Institute >> Session Attacks and PHP - Part 2
    Tags: ( php session )
  6. Need some log data for research? Anton is here to help you out.
    Anton Chuvakin Blog - "Security Warrior": Free Log Data For Research!
    Tags: ( logs )
  7. This is nifty. Rob has created a way to drop the metasploit framework on a target as a payload. Very fun. >> Blog Archive >> Metasploit Framework as a Payload
    Tags: ( metasploit )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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