Week 49 In Review – 2016

Events Related BSidesLV - Recordings of Security BSides Las Vegas sessions, selected sessions of sister conferences and other Information Security related educational materials. BotConf 2016 This is already the fourth edition of the Botconf security conference, fully dedicated to fighting malware and botnets. Since the first edition, the event location changed every year and it allowed me [...]

Week 15 In Review – 2016

Events Related Tailoring the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for a Precise Fit - One thing caught my attention right away: there were two digital clocks prominently displayed on either side of the auditorium. Both clocks were synchronized, and according to my phone, they were accurate to the second. It makes sense because NIST is the [...]

Week 40 In Review – 2013

Events Related SyScan360 Beijing slides – Eight days and 10 flights later author Papers back from SyScan360 in Beijing. It was his first visit to China and he had lots of fun observing many things that he only “knew” from reading. His presentation slides are available here. Resources What I Wish I Knew Before [...]

Week 21 in Review – 2009

Tools: Metasploit inside a word file – Vulnerabilities: FFSpy – Firefox Malware PoC Debian OpenSSH 4.7 encryption flawed Flaw in encryption armor discovered – Chink in encryption armor discovered – ntpd autokey stack buffer overflow – Other News: Adobe patch Tuesday approach Adobe Adopts Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday Approach – Adobe [...]

Firefox Patches 3 Security Bugs

Just two weeks ago, Mozilla released a security update for their Firefox web browser, and today they are releasing another security update to fix 3 security vulnerabilities. All of the vulnerabilities were marked critical. MFSA 2008-36 - Crash with malformed GIF file on Mac OS X MFSA 2008-35 - Command-line URLs launch multiple tabs when [...]

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