Interesting security news for 08/29/08:
White House Imposes New Security Mandate for Federal Agencies (Washington Post) - All government agencies will be required to implement DNSSEC by January 2009.
Apple to fix hole
Courtesy of Bart Hopper:
By now, most people know that you should have a complex password of at least 8 characters that are composed of upper case, lower case, numbers, punctuation marks and ,as Dilbert said
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Politics is by no means our idea of entertainment when it comes to our blogs, however to see such a strong candidate pick a "technological bi-polar" candidate as the potential VP, it makes you wonder
As announced on a Fedora mailing list, some Fedora servers were illegally accessed and "a small number of OpenSSH packages" were singed by the intruder. The servers were taken offline quickly after
We tossed him a shirt while he was at the IOActive party just before we ventured up to theRead More
Thanks to Mubix for his posting on ZDNet, below you will find a link that describes all of the latest tools that were presented at Defcon 16.Â Use them at your own discretion and
We are going to approach this subject very lightly as I'm sure it's clearly copyright infringement, however Lifehacker has a great post for a website called Mygazines. (which we won't link to for legal
So the Air Force, which prides themselves for being the most technical branch of all the armed forces, has decided to suspend its efforts on building their latest Cyber Command. Not sure if
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Defcon and BlackHat
Notable Defcon Parties Jay and Chris attended: