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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. Beware of hasty decisions, early indicators and selection bias.
    (Mis)reading the runes << wirewatcher
    Tags: ( incident-response )
  2. The call for papers for Defcon 18 is open. Get to work.
    DEF CON(r) 18 Hacking Conference - Call for Papers Announcement
    Tags: ( cfg defcon-18 )
  3. As if managing VoIP wasn't difficult enough already, let's through in steganography.
    A new VoIP threat - steganography - RiskPundit
    Tags: ( voip steganography )
  4. This might be a good post to keep handy in the event you need to backout a patch and can't boot.
    Using Linux to back out a Windows XP patch - Computerworld Blogs
    Tags: ( patching recovery )
  5. Challenge number 2 is ready for your attention. Give it a go.
    Forensic Challenge 2010/2 - "browsers under attack" is now online | The Honeynet Project
    Tags: ( forensics challenge )
  6. A lovely article about flash cookies and what they can tell a forensic investigator.
    Local Shared Objects, aka Flash Cookies
    Tags: ( flash cookies privacy )
  7. An interesting topic, tokenization, is covered quite well in this post on InfoCynic.
    A New Approach to Enterprise Data Security | Infosec Cynic
    Tags: ( encryption tokenization )
  8. A few things you should be aware of regarding the HITECH act.
    7 Things You Need to Know About HITECH | Optimal Security: The Lumension Blog
    Tags: ( hitech )
  9. Alex opines on the cloud, metrics and faith. A good read.
    On Cloud Security Metrics >> Dub Cloud
    Tags: ( cloud metrics )
  10. I have attended a couple virtual conferences and enjoyed them. A good line-up here.
    Infosecurity (UK) - 2010 Virtual Conference on Endpoint Security - Beyond the Perimeter - Full conference programme revealed
    Tags: ( conference virtual )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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