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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 )

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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. Security Catalyst has announced the 2010 lineup of contributors. Looks like it is going to be a great year.
    Amplifying the Good: The Security Catalyst Online Experience 2010 : The Security Catalyst
    Tags: ( general )
  2. This article takes a look at the recent issue that the TSA had with a document that was not correctly redacted.
    TSA Leaks Sensitive Airport Screening Manual | Threat Level | Wired.com
    Tags: ( tsa redacting )
  3. A nice interview with Nigel Stanley discussing whitelisting.
    Winning the Malware Battle: The Move Towards Whitelisting | Optimal Security: The Lumension Blog
    Tags: ( malware whitelisting )
  4. Very nice article on VOIP and UCS attacks.
    The Forrester Blog For Security & Risk Professionals
    Tags: ( voip interception )
  5. Insider threats do exist.
    Insider Threat is Happening - Security Views - Dark Reading
    Tags: ( threat insider )

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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. Time to patch your OpenView installations.
    HP patches critical OpenView flaws
    Tags: ( vulnerability patches hp openview )
  2. A nice list of some free tools. I was not aware of a couple.
    8 Great Free Security Tools - Network World
    Tags: ( tools )
  3. A good walk-through on setting up a lab for testing VoIP stuff.
    How to set up a VoIP lab (on a shoe string) << EnableSecurity
    Tags: ( voip testing lab )
  4. You must look at this. Absolutely hilarious.
    Bringing You Only the Best in Security Network Diagrams | The Guerilla CISO
    Tags: ( humor general )
  5. Some good thoughts on setting up a penetration testing security lab.
    DIY Pentesting Lab - Evil Bytes Blog - Dark Reading
    Tags: ( security testing lab )

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Kevin

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