anti malware

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

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

  1. Microsoft has released their free anti-virus/anti-malware tool.
    Microsoft's New Tool in the Fight Against Malware Free to Consumers - Technology News - redOrbit
    Tags: ( anti-virus anti-malware free microsoft )
  2. Eric has a couple of interesting tools that might be fun to play with. One is an HTTP based SSH client. It runs on the server with no client other than a browser. The other is called Sockets Over HTTP (SOHT) - Eric Daugherty's Open Source Projects
    Tags: ( tools evasion )
  3. Mike Murray is a cool dude. He made a promise and followed through on it. Check out this post to see the full version of the talk he gave at Hacker Halted.
    Hacker Halted Redux
    Tags: ( social-engineering video )
  4. Need to get around Green Dam censorship for some reason. Check out Dam Burst. - blog - disabling green dam with dam burst
    Tags: ( green-dam dam-burst )
  5. I have pointed out the other articles in Alec's investigations into using entropy to detect encrypted sessions in live network traffic. Here is a continuation of that study. This is extremely cool and has the geek in me all excited 🙂
    Detecting encrypted traffic with net-entropy, part two << wirewatcher
    Tags: ( encryption network-forensics )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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