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Week 18 in Review – 2010

Published: May 10th, 2010 | Category: Security Conferences, Security Tools, Security Training, Security Workshops, Vendor News

Events Related:

  • SOURCE Boston Re-Cap – tenablesecurity.com
    The SOURCE conferences, founded by Stacy Thayer, are small in size but big on content.

Resources:

  • Google’s cheesy web app course
    Google has released a new online training course for Web application developers designed to teach them how to avoid common programming mistakes

  • Didier Stevens on PDF Hacking and Security – threatpost.com
    Dennis Fisher talks with Didier Stevens, the security researcher who developed the innovative method for using the /launch command in PDF readers to execute code on remote machines.
  • My Best PCI DSS Presentation EVER! – chuvakin.blogspot.com
    Addressing an audience of about 130 mostly University IT, IT security and finance (!) professionals in charge of their payment and PCI DSS programs was a fun challenge.

Tools:

  • Netsparker Community Edition – “The Sparkler” – securityaegis.com
    Netsparker announced today that it is releasing a community edition, lacking only a few features of the pro version.
  • Wireshark 1.2.8, 1.0.13, and 1.3.5 Released – wireshark.org
    The new versions pack in the usual security fixes and a fix for the DOCSIS and interface bugs.
  • FUU v0.1 – code.google.com/p/fuu/
    FUU (Faster Universal Unpacker) is a GUI Windows Tool with a set of tools (plugins) to help you to unpack, decompress and decrypt most of the programs packed with programs like UPX, ASPack, FSG, ACProtect, etc.

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