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

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

  1. Andrew has a talk up for consideration for BSidesSF.
    Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Vote For My #BSidesSF Talk "My Life on the Infosec D-List"
    Tags: ( bsidessf )
  2. Apache hit end-of-life today. The last update has been released.
    Apache HTTP Server 1.3's final update released - The H Security: News and Features
    Tags: ( apache )
  3. Ouch. That's a lot of infected machines.
    48% of 22,000,000 Scanned Systems Malware Laden
    Tags: ( malware )
  4. Ben has tossed his hat into the BSidesSF ring too.
    BSides or Be Square: San Francisco and Austin (The Falcon's View)
    Tags: ( conferences bsidessf )
  5. Andrew's next interview is with Rob Fuller. I met Rob last year at RSA. Good guy.
    Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Information Security D-List Interview: Rob Fuller
    Tags: ( interview )

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Kevin

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

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

  1. Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Information Security D-List Interview: Jack Daniel
    Tags: ( interview d-list )
  2. Challenge 1 of the Forensic Challenge 2010 - pcap attack trace | The Honeynet Project
    Tags: ( challenge forensics )
  3. German Government: Don't use Internet Explorer | Graham Cluley's blog
    Tags: ( wepabbsec ie )
  4. Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Get the Free Andrew Hay iTunes App
    Tags: ( general )
  5. /dev/random >> Adding Data Leakage Protection into Apache
    Tags: ( dlp apache )
  6. Metasploit: Reproducing the "Aurora" IE Exploit
    Tags: ( metasploit google aurora malware exploit )
  7. A checklist approach to security code reviews, part 4 << Security Ninja
    Tags: ( assessment wepappsec code-review )
  8. Would You Have Spotted the Fraud? -- Krebs on Security
    Tags: ( atm skimming )
  9. Andrew Hay >> Blog Archive >> Information Security D-List Interview: Benjamin Tomhave
    Tags: ( interview d-list )
  10. Roger's Security Blog : Leveraging Data Execution Prevention (DEP)
    Tags: ( system-hardening )
  11. Following Google's Lead on Security? Don't Forget to Encrypt Cookies
    Tags: ( webappsec )

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Kevin

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Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well. Sorry for missing yesterday. I had a brutally busy day and then we had a power outage at home to boot.

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

  1. A new packet challenge is up at I Smell Packets.
    Packet Challenge - Name that Exploit << I Smell Packets
    Tags: ( challenge packet-capture )
  2. This is an interesting post with some thoughts that can be extended well beyond virtualization.
    View Yonder >> Free the Gladiators!
    Tags: ( virtualization )
  3. This time a peak at php and sessions.
    AppSec Street Fighter - SANS Institute >> Session Attacks and PHP
    Tags: ( session )
  4. Anton opines on the contents of the letter sent to the PCI council by the National Retail Federation and other retail associations.
    On "PCI Letter"
    Tags: ( pci letter )
  5. Mozilla has been at work to come up with a method of getting rid of XSS problems. They believe they have it with Content Security Policy.
    Shutting Down XSS with Content Security Policy at Mozilla Security Blog
    Tags: ( csp mozilla )
  6. Christofer has a nice couple of graphics that help describe cloud computing from a high level perspective.
    Rational Survivability >> Incomplete Thought - Cloudanatomy: Infrastructure, Metastructure & Infostructure
    Tags: ( cloud )
  7. The ISC diary points out some ways to protect your webserver from being DOSed by the tool released by Rsnake recently.
    Apache HTTP DoS tool mitigation
    Tags: ( apache dos )
  8. RSnake take a look at detecting man-in-the-middle proxies.
    Detecting MITM/Hacking Proxies Via SSL ha.ckers.org web application security lab
    Tags: ( mitm )
  9. Lori offers some thoughts on IPv6 that you should also be thinking about.
    You are the new number 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf
    Tags: ( ipv6 )

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Kevin

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