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Continuous Security Monitoring: The Change Control Use Case - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post Continuous Security Monitoring: The Change Control Use Case appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
Security Slice: The Heartbleed Headache Continues - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post Security Slice: The Heartbleed Headache Continues appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
Many Still Uncertain About Heartbleed’s Impact on Their Organization - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post Many Still Uncertain About Heartbleed’s Impact on Their Organization appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
Goodins’ Theatre of the Absurd - http://www.infosecurity.us/blog...
Goodins’ Theatre of the Absurd
Absolutely astounding yet eminently creditable screed, this time via the eponymous Dan Goodin, writing for Ars Technica, and detailing the tragicomedy of Heartbleed. ★ - Hacker News
Windows Azure Virtual IP Address - http://windowsitpro.com/azure...
Learn when and why your cloud service virtual IP (VIP) address changes, as well as how to prevent it from changing. Content Classification:  Influencer read more - Hacker News
Six Online Tools You Didn’t Know You Needed - http://windowsitpro.com/blog...
The trouble with the internet is that now there are dozens and dozens of tools that can help you out in both business and at home that you might not even know about. With that in mind, here are a few tools we’ve recently discovered and found to be very useful, in no particular order. Windows IT Pro Guest Blogs read more - Hacker News
Tokyo airport employee loses handwritten passcodes ahead of Obama visit - http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014...
An employee of Skymark Airlines at Tokyo's Haneda International Airport mislaid a printout containing key passcodes on Sunday, just days before President Obama's scheduled visit. - Hacker News
Facebook is spring cleaning your News Feed - https://blog.avast.com/2014...
Last year, Facebook had the dubious honor of containing more spam than other social networks. In order to combat this scourge, Facebook recently announced a series of  improvements to the News Feed to help ensure that spammy content does not drown out the posts that people really want to see from friends and Pages they […] - Hacker News
Moving or Renaming Administrative and System Tools Folders Cause KB2919355 Installations to Fail - http://windowsitpro.com/windows...
Simply recreating a couple folders could solve one of Windows 8.1 Update 1's installation problems. read more - Hacker News
My First 60 Days at Juniper - http://rss.juniper.net/l...
My First 60 Days at Juniper When I first graduated college and lived as a professional in the big city, I worked in technical support at Bay Networks. I will never forget my experience there and subsequently, Nortel. It was an amazing place with incredible people and I was happy there. Truly happy. But Nortel was going under and I needed to find a new opportunity. As I was driving home I saw an "Open House" sign at RSA Security and I applied for some jobs and ... I got one!!! Yay Me! Six months later I moved to EMC and then VMware. I have had an amazing career and ironically, now I am back where it all started... a networking company. I work out of the office in Westford and the amount of people that I run in to from Bay and Nortel is amazing. It is almost like going back home, but better. The energy, the passion, the excitement, the drive to create and do amazing things is so alive at Juniper, I can't even explain it. What I love the best besides all those amazing things is the... - Hacker News
Surveillance is getting cheaper and easier: Two artists have revealed Conversnitch, a device they built for less than $100 that resembles a lightbulb or lamp and surreptitiously listens in on nearby conversations and posts snippets of transcribed audi... - Hacker News
The SoHo router backdoor that was “fixed” by hiding it behind another backdoor - http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014...
How do you fix an "unauthenticated access" backdoor in your router firmware? Why, you hide it behind another "unauthenticated access" backdoor, of course. Two backdoors are obviously better than one! - Hacker News
LibreSSL aims to prevent the next Heartbleed - http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014...
Heartbleed may have been patched but the security gurus at OpenBSD aren't satisfied. They've lost confidence in the OpenSSL team and decided there's only one course of action... - Hacker News
5 steps to improve your incident response plan - http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5...
Join us for a webinar on May 1st, where we’ll divulge 5 steps to improve your incident response plan. - Hacker News
Web App Attacks: 7 Takeaways from the New Verizon DBIR - http://www.checkmarx.com/2014...
Hackers going after Web applications are getting smarter and faster by automating their malicious tools, and organizations are struggling to keep up. This was among the biggest revelations in Verizons’ 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report. The report analyzed over 63,000 security incidents over the past year, 1,367 of which resulted... The post Web App Attacks: 7 Takeaways from the New Verizon DBIR appeared first on Checkmarx. - Hacker News
Social Media Listening Improves Customer Service in S.C. - http://www.govtech.com/interne...
When people go online to vent about the government, they probably don’t expect to get a response — but in South Carolina, some did. The South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) contra... - Hacker News
Fixed vs Dynamic VHDX Performance - http://windowsitpro.com/hyper-v...
Find out whether there's really a difference between fixed and dynamic VHDX for performance. Content Classification:  Influencer read more - Hacker News
Currently Reading: Schneier on Security - http://michaelonsecurity.blogspot.com/2014...
A book that I am currently reading is Schneier on Security (2008) by Bruce Schneier.I would hope that most security professionals out there are familiar with Bruce.  He has written several books and numerous articles.  His blog, Schneier on S... - Hacker News
New Windows 7 Update Shows Up Just to Improve Upgrades to Windows 8.x - http://windowsitpro.com/windows...
If you checked your WSUS catalog today, you probably noticed a new update (2952664) available for Windows 7. read more - Hacker News
NetSupport Information Leakage Using Nmap Script - http://blog.spiderlabs.com/2014...
NetSupport allows corporations to remotely manage and connect to PC’s and servers from a central location for the purposes of desktop support. In my last post I discussed how I wrote a script using the NetSupport scripting language to find versions of NetSupport running on clients with default installations that didn't require authentication to remotely connect to them. Essentially you could use NetSupport to bypass any Domain or local credentials to remotely connect to the PC and compromise it, but you needed access to NetSupport Manager software to run it. Since then, I’ve written a basic Nmap script that performs... - Hacker News
DBIR: Nine Distinct Patterns Account for Majority of Attacks - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post DBIR: Nine Distinct Patterns Account for Majority of Attacks appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
New Office Stencils Ready for Download - http://windowsitpro.com/microso...
Microsoft has released a new set of stencils for Visio that contain over 300 icons for creating infrastructure and workflow diagrams. read more - Hacker News
2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report: Insider Threats - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report: Insider Threats appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
Android users offered $5 refund for useless anti-virus app - http://www.hotforsecurity.com/blog...
Android users offered $5 refund for useless anti-virus app
Google makes amends after tens of thousands of Android users are duped into buying an anti-virus product which wasn't even trying to find malware... - Hacker News
Attending InfoSec? Using Blue Coat? Visit stand H10 to see our partnership at work - http://www.clearswift.com/blog...
AOL in Overdrive Following Email Hacks and Spamming - http://www.tripwire.com/state-o...
The post AOL in Overdrive Following Email Hacks and Spamming appeared first on The State of Security. - Hacker News
Mobile Management Made Easy with SecureAuth 2-Factor and SSO - http://www.secureauth.com/blog...
As more and more people become aware of how SecureAuth has transformed authentication by addressing the entire process from issuance of credentials to the SSO assertion of identities, it is also important that people understand how easy SecureAuth makes mobile management and security. Mobile security can no longer be focused on the physical device alone. … The post Mobile Management Made Easy with SecureAuth 2-Factor and SSO appeared first on SecureAuth. - Hacker News
VMs – The New Infrastructure Anachronism (2/2) End User Computing - http://blogs.bromium.com/2014...
I recently made the case that in the future, real clouds won’t use VMs as a primary abstraction; instead they will be relevant primarily in enterprise virtual infrastructures.  In this post I make the case that VMs will at best make a marginal contribution to End User Computing (EUC). The enterprise EUC challenge has three […] - Hacker News
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