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

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

  1. Looks like NSA is now better prepared to see if someone is spying on their networks.
    NSA patents a way to spot network snoops - Network World
    Tags: ( intrusion detection nsa )
  2. Looks like Mozilla made a lier out of me. The had to release another Firefox 2 patch because they left something out of the supposed final 2.0.19 version.
    Mozilla re-issues Firefox 2 update, includes missing patch - Network World
    Tags: ( firefox mozilla patches )
  3. Looks like American Express didn't quite get that problem taken care of like they thought they did.
    American Express bitten by XSS bugs (again) * The Register
    Tags: ( xss vulnerability amex )
  4. Some good tips on managing your telecommuting population.
    Manage telecommuters without losing your mind
    Tags: ( guidance telecommuting )
  5. Want to know the real IP address of the target. Here's Decloak to help you out.
    SecuriTeam Blogs >> Metasploit's Decloak, v2
    Tags: ( metasploit )
  6. A nice list of a some nifty Firefox plugins.
    HiR Information Report: Firefox plugins for security and geeky fun
    Tags: ( firefox plugins )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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