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

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

  1. Some good information on performing forensics on Google's browser, Chrome.
    Google Chrome Forensics
    Tags: ( forensics chrome google )
  2. Recon is looking for talk submissions.
    The Professional Security Testers Warehouse for the GPEN GSEC GCIH GREM CEH QISP Q/ISP OPST CPTS - REC0N 2010 MONTREAL CANADA JULY 9-11
    Tags: ( recon conferences cfp )
  3. Craig asks a really good question, "Is Cloud Computing Right for Your Business?"
    Is Cloud Computing Right for Your Business? : The Security Catalyst
    Tags: ( cloud )
  4. The guys over at SANS Computer Forensics are starting a new weekly feature where they point out interesting forensics tidbits from around the internet.
    Digital Forensic Case Leads: Introductions
    Tags: ( forensics )
  5. This is a neat analysis of an exploit that has multiple levels of obfuscation.
    An In-Depth Exploit Analysis on Multilayer Obfuscations - Security Labs Blog
    Tags: ( exploit analysis )
  6. The presentations from Blackhat DC 2010 are starting to become available.
    Black Hat (r) Technical Security Conference: DC 2010 // Archives
    Tags: ( blackhatdc presentations archives )
  7. Ever want to play with your own botnet? Here you go, a nice learning tool.
    KreiosC2 - DigiNinja
    Tags: ( botnet research testing )
  8. A new version of Dradis is available. This is a handy collaborative documentation sharing tool that is very helpful in incident response and forensic work. Works well for other situations too.
    dradis - Effective Information Sharing
    Tags: ( dradis tools )
  9. Whoops. Not so hard for somebody to spy on your blackberry.
    Is Your BlackBerry App Spying on You?
    Tags: ( blackberry malware )
  10. Nifty stuff. A few very helpful regexes to have in your back pocket for your data mining efforts.
    JL's stuff: Forensic Regexes
    Tags: ( forensics regex )
  11. Interesting discussion on rescinding local admin rights on our end points.
    Securosis Blog | FireStarter: Admin access, buh bye
    Tags: ( local-admin )
  12. Interesting counterpoint to the post above about admin rights. I tend to agree with Rich's thoughts here.
    Securosis Blog | Counterpoint: Admin Rights Don't Matter the Way You Think They Do
    Tags: ( local-admin rights )
  13. I love to see this happen. Sensepost will no longer have a registration wall before their publicly available research and tool offerings. Wish more companies would go this route.
    Removing registration requirements
    Tags: ( general )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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