Tag Archives: Security

RFS: Request For Security!

Rick Lawhorn, CISA, CISSP, CHP, CHSS As the industry prepares for increased regulations and compliance requirements from state and federal governments, businesses are taking a harder look at endpoint security. This emerging trend is starting to require businesses to re-evaluate

Microsoft Plans to fix 57 security bug

Microsoft has issued an advanced notification to fix several security vulnerabilities in windows operating system, Internet explorer web-browser, Office and the .NET framework. The Security bulletins for this month patch Tuesday are intended to eliminate 57 vulnerabilities in Microsoft products.

Wikileaks and Anonymous release “global intelligence files” Part one

Today, Monday 27 February, Anonymous have started in a new union with wikileaks planning to publish “The global intelligence files”. Those files are belonging to global intelligence company Stratfor and containing a lot of confidential information. More than five million

CONFidence 2012 IT Security Conference

CONFidence is an annual IT security conference that will take place on 23-24th May, 2012 in Krakow, Poland for the 10th time! The best speakers, latest issues, laid-back atmosphere and Krakow crazy night life – that is why CONFidence has

Artillery Combine Honeypot Monitoring and Prevention

Dave (ReL1K) Kennedy author of The Social-Engineering Toolkit (SET) have released last December another interesting tool written in python that helps to protect *nix based system with a combination of honeypot , monitoring and prevention systems. Honeypot is a good

Twitter Takes on Security

Nearly every Twitter user out there– whether you’re an individual using it to connect with friends or a business trying to network with colleagues or market your company – has probably encountered some form of the prolific Twitter spam that

tunCERT Raise the Cyber Threat Level

Following latest conditions that exist on the cyber space with expectation of new attacks and threats the Tunisian CERT raised the Alert indicator to the second level. Which mean that there is a moderate risk rating for all cyber users