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

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

  1. Here is some interesting data. I haven't run through it completely yet, but it takes the results of a bunch of scans and then does some mapping against PCI DSS. Fun with numbers 🙂
    Web Application Security Consortium (WASC) 2008 Statistics Published | Darknet - The Darkside
    Tags: ( metrics webappsec )
  2. This article discusses the decision to ship Windows 7 with a default UAC setting of medium-high.
    Windows 7's security 'time bomb' | The Last Watchdog
    Tags: ( windows-7 uac )
  3. An interesting post by Chris on risk/threat vs risk issue. When does a risk or threat become a risk issue for your organization?
    Risk / Threat vs. Risk Issue << Risktical Ramblings
    Tags: ( risk )
  4. Paul offers a couple thoughts on social networking and data leakage.
    Social networking in the antipodean spotlight | Paul Ducklin's blog
    Tags: ( social-engineering data-leakage )
  5. SynJunkie has another story based post up. This time about the dangers of dual-homing, specifically with a wired connection and a wireless one.
    Syn: Bobs Double Penetration Adventure - Part 1
    Tags: ( pentest )
  6. The Whitehouse has moved their website from an internally developed CMS to Drupal. Rsnake offers up some thoughts on why this might be both good and bad.
    Whitehouse Drupal and The Open Source Security Model web application security lab
    Tags: ( drupal cms whitehouse )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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