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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. I can't remember if I pointed to part one of this, but I think I did. Anyway, here are the answers. There is a link to part 1 if you haven't seen it yet.
    Can you find the vulnerabilites? Part Two << Security Ninja
    Tags: ( challenge answers )
  2. The Atlanta NAISG chapter is celebrating their one year anniversary. You should go check it out next week if you are in the area.
    Atlanta NAISG November Meeting >> Andy ITGuy
    Tags: ( meetings naisg atlanta )
  3. A couple of federal bills about breaches are getting closer to possibly becoming laws. See inside for a bit more detail.
    National Data Breach Laws Move Through Senate | Threat Level | Wired.com
    Tags: ( data-leakage breach law )

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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. MasterCard has published their fine schedule.
    MasterCard Becomes The First Card Brand To Publish PCI Fines | SecTechno
    Tags: ( pci fines )
  2. Nick's rant/opining that is worth a read.
    Showing The Oblomovs The Door - fudsec.com
    Tags: ( general )
  3. Check out Jack's "rantbuttal." His word, not mine, but I really like it 🙂
    Uncommon Sense Security: Smart people saying dumb stuff, again.
    Tags: ( testing )
  4. An interesting discussion of multi-tenancy.
    Rational Survivability >> There's A Difference Between Application/OS Multitenancy and Data(base) Multitenancy
    Tags: ( cloud )
  5. I saw Trey give a version of "Making Money the Blackhat Way" at Secure360 this year. This blog post talks about some interesting issues related to that.
    Jeremiah Grossman: Security Religions and Risk Windows
    Tags: ( general )
  6. Mike's response to Nick's post on Fudsec.
    Chaordic Mind >> Personal Responsibility in Information Security
    Tags: ( general )
  7. Details for the August Atlanta NSAIG meeting are inside.
    NAISG - August Atlanta Meeting >> Andy ITGuy
    Tags: ( naisg atlanta )
  8. Here is a tutorial on lock picking for the beginner.
    Lock Picking 101 * View topic - Beginner's Lockpicking Exercise - by digital_blue
    Tags: ( lockpicking )

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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. Oops. Didn't mean for that super secret list of civilian nuclear sites to be posted.
    Government Accidently Posts Sensitive Nuclear Documents Online -- Government IT Security
    Tags: ( data-leakage )
  2. If you are using Rails 2.3 and performing digest authentication, you need to read this and implement the fix provided.
    Nate's Tumble Log, Security hole found in Rails 2.3's http_authentication.rb
    Tags: ( rails ruby )
  3. Xavier has a nice tutorial on integrating Didier Stevens handy PDFiD tool with Nautilus on a Linux system.
    /dev/random >> Blog Archive >> PDFiD Integration with Nautilus
    Tags: ( pdf pdfid )
  4. If you see visits to these sites in your proxy logs, you have some work to do. Also, if you don't have a proxy or don't look at the logs, you have even more work to do 🙂
    Google Online Security Blog: Top 10 Malware Sites
    Tags: ( malware )
  5. Rich and Adrian are looking for some help with Project Quant. They have a survey up about patch management they would really like for you to participate in.
    TAKE PART IN PROJECT QUANT (please)! << The New School of Information Security
    Tags: ( patching )
  6. If you are in the Atlanta area, the June meeting of NAISG is happening on the 10th. Stop on by.
    June Atlanta NAISG Meeting >> Andy ITGuy
    Tags: ( naisg )
  7. A new release of BASE is available.
    New version (v 1.4.3.1) of BASE available
    Tags: ( ids base snort )

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Kevin

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