A year ago today, at 12:50 in the afternoon, I was working at my desk thinking about what we might have for lunch. At 12:51pm it felt like a freight train hit the building.
The proposed US Cybersecurity Act of 2012 seems to be motivated by good intentions.
It’s probably the biggest unspoken about problem in our industry today, it’s greatest challenge and the most persistent enemy of real security.
You can’t fix what you can’t see.
It’s a simple but often over looked reality driven home to IT support people every day.
There is a new service pack for GTA firewalls, version 5.4.2 which is recommended for immediate use.
If you are using v5.4.1 and have any problems with Mail Sentinel then this is probably the fix,
It’s been pretty busy lately so I’m just posting a few of the more interesting stories I’ve come across recently.
At the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday, two researchers demonstrated
Hands up if you like Secunia - ‘cos I love them.
Anyone who helps cut through the blizzard of vulnerabilities we live with every month is tops by me.
Prison guard, Manu Stanley Jensen pleaded guilty to two charges of corruption after he admitted smuggling cannabis to a prisoner in Tongariro-Rangipo prison in New Zealand’s mid North Island.
In the year 2001 we were all still basking in the warm glow of the best Olympics ever and John Howard was prime minister of Australia on the cusp a federal election.
Came across this doozie of a story where a US Navy contractor bought 59,000 microchips from China because they were cheaper, but it turned out they had a backdoor in them.