Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bypassing Firewalls Using ICMP-Tunnel

On the computer network a person feels himself not comfortable with all those security measures implemented (firewalls, proxy servers, Router Access lists…), these measures are very important to protect users but even if all these perimeters are installed we can

Virtualize Apps with Cameyo

Usually any person wants to take his favorite applications and programs everywhere. If you will not use your own computer than you will not be allowed to install your favorite programs or if you will install an application than you

Windows Server 2008 Remote VPN/SSL

The growth number of mobile working motivates small to medium companies to allow remote access to corporate resources. VPN has become the first and direct solution for these needs as it provides the necessary level of performance and allows the

Google Chrome 7 Final Release

Final version of Google Chrome has been issued with the support of HTML5 and site blocking improvement. The Seventh version of Google chrome introduced new innovations and fixes hundreds of vulnerabilities. 11 security vulnerabilities in the WebKit-based browser, one critical

Does Facebook’s OTP Really Protect Users?

Today there has been a very interesting post on Security-Faq regarding password security and new Facebook One time password solution. According to Lee: What the team over at Facebook has come up with is a way to get a temporary

Qubes OS: Security Over Virtualization

Qubes OS is a new operating system aims provide more safety measures to users; the idea behind this operating system is to protect users against new malware as it builds a Security Isolation technique based on the virtualization. To understand