Category Archives: From the Web

Infosec Weekly Roundup, March 19 – 25, 2012

For cloud services, security first – growth second, is the winning strategy The first up for this week is by Richard Stiennon, security expert and Chief Research Analyst for IT Harvest, the article covers cloud computing companies and their security

Infosec Weekly Roundup , March 12 – 18, 2012

BlackHat Europe Amsterdam This week we have the Blackhat Europe where new tools have been released, some interesting presentations and researches are posted online, for the tools you can find them on Toolswatch website: While all slides and presentations

Infosec Weekly Roundup , March 5 – 11, 2012

DNS CHANGER: How do I know if my computer is safe? After observing millions of infected computers with DNS changer malware , several awareness action have been launched to help victims clean their computer against this sophisticated malware as it

Infosec Weekly Roundup , February 27 – March 4, 2012

Backtrack 5 USB Bootable Drive with Encryption PDF Available Kevin Riggins have released over this week a PDF for the new backtrack version where he explains advanced technique to install Backtrack 5 USB Bootable Drive with Encryption. This handy USB

Infosec Weekly Radar , February 13 – 19 ,2012

Eircom Study Hub Breached Eircom one of the major teleco operators in Ireland have been faced by a cyber-attack where hackers managed to get 8,404 users credential for Studyhub servers, Brian Honan have released a blog post about the SQL

Infosec Weekly Radar, January 23 -29 , 2012

Anonymous Attacks Irish Government Websites While we have been following #opmegaupload this week Anonymous group launched a parallel DDoS attack targeting Ireland facilities, here Brian Honan released a blog post about the attack and some very important proactive measures to

Infosec Weekly Radar, January 16 -22 , 2012

A lot of security breaches have been posted on the news for this week, some are as usual related to Anonymous. So let’s start: Anonymous Changes DDoS Tactics in Megaupload Retaliation Anonymous hackactivists group have changed their way for launching