domenica 19 agosto 2012
Summer holidays are still going on but many things happened in the security field this week... this is my selection.
Hope you enjoy it!
RT @securityshell: CVE-2012-1535: Adobe Flash being exploited in the wild - Alienvault Labs labs.alienvault.com/labs/index.php…
BeyondTrust @BeyondTrust: 500K Credit Cards Stolen in Australian Point-of-Sale Hack bit.ly/PjSVGa
DCITA @DCITA NIST seeks vulnerability analysis for military Android apps is.gd/UACEX3
Neira Jones @neirajones The Web Developer Guide To Buidling Secure Web Applications #Infographic lnkd.in/uZ8sGf #webdevelopment #security
Gianluca Srtinghini @gianlucasb What are the tracking capabilities of social networks? #WOSN conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2012/p…
Cyberarms @Cyberarms: File Forensics comparison between Windows 7 and Windows 8 http://t.co/wKZxCFJK
- Pubblicato da Matteo Cavallini alle 14:53
domenica 12 agosto 2012
Mikko Hypponen @mikko If the Palida Narrow font is installed on your PC you probably have a problem. Site by @CrySySLab tells you if you do: gauss.crysys.hu
Dan Philpott @danphilpott NIST released final SP 800-61 Revision 2 Computer Security Incident Handling Guide fis.ma/O4GpbA
Hacking Update @hackingupdate Top hacker details how to avoid cybercrime sns.mx/zwjby5
Securityweek @securityweek Report from Asia/Pacific Biggest Source of Attack Traffic in Q1 2012 bit.ly/O6BcD3
The Hacker News @thehackernews Zeus malware targeting BlackBerry and Android devices devicesfeeds.feedburner.com/~r/TheHackersN… #Security #Infosec #vulnerability
- Pubblicato da Matteo Cavallini alle 14:55
domenica 5 agosto 2012
The cool topics of this week are: dangerous hacking, fraud, phishing, social media and social engineering.
Hope you enjoy it!
Hacking Update @hackinupdate Curious hackers inject ghost airplanes into radar, track celebrities' flights sns.mx/zyjWy4
Neira Jones @neirajones Tax Fraud via Identity Theft may cost US economy $21bn over next 5 years lnkd.in/axBpVp
Paul Ducklin @duckblog How to explain phishing to your Grandma [VIDEO] - bit.ly/OKQ4oE
Team Cymru @teamcymru Social media plays a growing role in open source intelligence, experts say bit.ly/QYbZH7
Humans are the weakest link: social engineering training by @kevinmitnick is learning from the master: infoworld.com/d/microsoft-wi…
- Pubblicato da Matteo Cavallini alle 14:44