Interesting Information Security Bits for 09/23/2010

by kriggins on September 23, 2010

in Interesting Bits

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

  1. Exploring Stuxnet's PLC Infection Process | Symantec Connect
    Tags: ( stuxnet )

  2. You should read this one. It really drives home the amount of information that the average Facebook user is probably supplying to the world.
    SecuriTeam Blogs >> Social Engineering and Facebook For Starters
    Tags: ( social-engineering facebook data-gathering )

  3. Mercury - Live Honeypot DVD << Infosanity's Blog
    Tags: ( honeypot )

  4. The Sept 12, 2001 hearing "How Secure is Our Critical Infrastructure?" that was sparsely attended
    Tags: ( infrastructure hearing )

  5. Free Microsoft Security Essentials now for small business, too
    Tags: ( anti-virus smb )

  6. Uncommon Sense Security: I know what the law says. Or do I?
    Tags: ( breach reporting )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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