Interesting Information Security Bits for 05/31/2010

by kriggins on May 31, 2010

in Interesting Bits

Thought for the day: Remember

Today is Memorial Day in the United States. Memorial Day is the day when we remember the ultimate sacrifice that our veterans made when they died in service to their country.

Take a few minutes today and think about the freedoms we enjoy because of their willingness to stand in harm's way and pay the price for us.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. Chris, a good online friend who I hope to meet in real life someday, is writing up a series of posts on how he got to where he is today. It will be interesting to see how his story unfolds.
    Risktical Blog Series: SOTSOG << Risktical Ramblings
    Tags: ( general career journey )
  2. Mike offers a couple of interesting tests that try to determine if Javascript coming across the wire is malicious or not without decoding it. Very cool.
    Zscaler Research: Inline Detection of Evil JavaScript
    Tags: ( javascript malware )
  3. My good friend Alan is starting up a new podcast. Go give it a listen.
    The Ashimmy Blog: Open Network Podcast on Network World
    Tags: ( podcast )
  4. Jonathan is starting a series that will walk us through our first experience as a forensic analyst. Good stuff.
    First forensics work - Part 1: Organized chaos and panic
    Tags: ( forensics )
  5. Want to have a little more granular control of the application permissions on Android? Check this out.
    Lock down your Android APK permissions - Intrepidus Group - Insight
    Tags: ( android how-to )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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