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

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

  1. Robert has a nice exploration of Intel's new processor named Nehalem.
    Errata Security: Nehalem vs. IDS
    Tags: ( hardware intel cpu )
  2. Andy speaks some truth about the user's responsibility in the security equation.
    Are we being irresponsible? >> Andy ITGuy
    Tags: ( awareness )
  3. The start of what looks to be a neat series. lsof is an awesome tool.
    Black Fist Security: *nix command of the day
    Tags: ( tools unix )
  4. Here is an interesting story about a different cyber-crime target. Still very lucrative.
    Hackers Steal Millions in Carbon Credits | Threat Level |
    Tags: ( crime )
  5. This is a really good read.
    Jeremiah Grossman: The Web won't be safe, let alone secure, unless we break it
    Tags: ( wepabbsec )
  6. Securosis is looking for participants for some closed surveys. Check this out if you want to help.
    Securosis Blog | Need Brains. User Brains
    Tags: ( surveys )
  7. Want to setup and virtual network security testing lab? Check this out.
    In Lieu of... << Laz3rNet
    Tags: ( lab how-to )
  8. Windows 2008/7 offers new functionality that may help ease the pain of service accounts. (Hat tip: @grey_area)
    Service Accounts Step-by-Step Guide
    Tags: ( windows )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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