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

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

  1. Some interesting stats, however, the title is a bit misleading, the percentages for 20's, 30's and 40's are 25%, 23% and 20% respectively. Not exactly what I would call significant regarding 20's.
    ID theft up, and 20somethings suffer most | Security - CNET News
    Tags: ( theft identity )
  2. A very nice diagram depicting risk. Hat tip: Gunnar Peterson
    Telic Thoughts: Threats, vulnerabilities and risk
    Tags: ( risk )
  3. Time to update your PHP installations.
    PHP plugs security holes | Zero Day |
    Tags: ( vulnerability patches php )
  4. Christofer waxes poetic on cloud computing.
    Rational Survivability: Ron Popeil and Cloud Computing In Poetic Review...
    Tags: ( cloud )
  5. A nice post that shows you how to build a u3 USB keyfob that will gather information from a windows system using nothing but built in tools.
    Syn: USB Enumerator vs USB Hacksaw
    Tags: ( tools usb u3 information-gathering )
  6. A nifty little how-to on using self-signed certs with Burp. >> Blog Archiv >> Self-signed Certificates in Burp
    Tags: ( pentest burp )
  7. Woot! L0phtCrack is alive again. I'm jealous of those who will get to see the launch live at Source Boston.
    L0phtCrack 6
    Tags: ( cracking password windows )
  8. Irongeek has written a set of PHP scripts that demonstrate all 10 of the vulnerabilities described by the OWASP Top 10. Very cool stuff.
    Mutillidae: A Deliberately Vulnerable Set Of PHP Scripts That Implement The OWASP Top 10
    Tags: ( tools )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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