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  1. Thread: Anticode

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    Currently the downloads area is completely...

    Currently the downloads area is completely submission based, and we delete the vast majority of dodgy apps and obvious spam, hence the relatively low number of downloads. What types of downloads are...
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    AV for Routers

    Linksys and Trend Micro are prepping home routers bundled with security software. Smart move or unnecessary layer of security?

    Trend Micro Router Develops Router Anti-virus - Enterprise IT Planet
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    More Social (Network) Engineering

    Beware the Facebook frauds:

    Facebook fraud causes problem for site users - The Daily Targum



    Couldn't he just have picked up the phone? In any case, nice to have friends that can wire you...
  4. Ha! I was just about to post this. Sounds...

    Ha! I was just about to post this.

    Sounds harsh, but lockout your ex-employees the second they're given their walking papers. Kudos to the attentive admin.
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    DDoS a Whole Country

    It's a tactic used to knock websites offline, both big and small. But whole countries? You betcha.

    DDoS attack boots Kyrgyzstan from net - The Register
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    The guy reportedly returned it along with the...

    The guy reportedly returned it along with the "only" copy of the data he made.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hpS67Nt25-sX7SpDUlb74vy54bYAD960GL281
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    Brennon Slattery at PC World Takes them to task...

    Brennon Slattery at PC World Takes them to task for releasing the news on one of the biggest news days in ages, among other missteps. Hard not to agree.
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    FYI: Windows 7 Anti-Virus

    A handful of anti-virus programs are available if you're kicking the tires on the Windows 7 Beta.

    Anti-Virus Solutions for the Windows 7 Beta- Windows 7 Team Blog



    Trying Kaspersky. Seems...
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    Twitter Phishing

    In hindsight, it was bound to happen. Stay alert and be suspicious of those DMs...

    Gone Phishing - Twitter Blog
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    Uh oh, SSL! 200 PS3s gunning for you

    Ah, the Playstation 3... Might be outsold by the Wii and Xbox 360, but it has been leading to some interesting IT diversions.


    MD5 considered harmful today: Creating a rogue CA certificate

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    Patch as soon as tomorrow...

    Patch as soon as tomorrow (fingers crossed).

    Advanced Notification:
    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/MS08-dec.mspx
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    You Got Linux on my iPhone!

    Hack a Day has a short and sweet video of Linux 2.6 loading on an Apple iPhone. Very rudimentary stuff at the moment, but the door has been pried open...

    iPhone Linux - Hack a Day
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    DNS Flaw A-Team: Kaminsky and Co.

    Wired has put together an interesting profile on some of the personalities and events behind this year's DNS brouhaha...

    Secret Geek A-Team Hacks Back, Defends Worldwide Web - Wired



    A neat...
  14. $276 Million: Stolen Data and Hacker Code Black Market

    Symantec puts a number on the size of the market that trades in stolen credit card numbers and exploit code.

    Measuring the Market for Hacked Data - BusinessWeek



    One phrase sticks out:...
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    Exactly!

    Exactly!
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    Cybercrime Boom Times

    As the economy falters (to put it mildly), online crime is attracting talented, yet unemployed, computer and IT professionals.

    Economic Bust, Cybercrime Boom - Forbes
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    Spammer ISP Knocked Offline

    Come to think of it, I did notice a tiny bit less spam today...

    ISP Cut off From Internet After Security Concerns - PC World
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    Keep Your Keys Outta Sight

    Remember when Diebold posted images of master keys for its voting machines online and hilarity ensued? Now computer scientists at UC San Diego have taken the concept a scary step further...

    Keys...
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    Doubtful they'll ever come for you because you...

    Doubtful they'll ever come for you because you ganked someone (or many someones). Technically, you could argue, the online character committed suicide, though at her hands. Still, she was arrested...
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    MMC 101 - Lock Down Those Desktops

    Want to put an end to the user free-for-all and "not this again" help desk requests? Sonny Discini walks us through the basics of locking down those workstations with Microsoft Management Console...
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    Princeton Hacks the Vote

    Ah, elections! It used to be a simple matter of filling out a ballot or pushing buttons on ancient, mechanical machines. Princeton's findings on Sequoia AVC Advantage voting machines will make you...
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    LOL, thanks! Agreed, patch and update those...

    LOL, thanks!

    Agreed, patch and update those signatures. If MS is this concerned it should give you a clue as to the severity of the attacks they've been observing.
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    Wow, end of an era. Wonder how much is due to...

    Wow, end of an era. Wonder how much is due to WinXP boxes getting retired or if there's a "son of storm" waiting in the wings...
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    Wired Keyboards "Broadcast" Keystrokes

    There was always a concern over wireless keyboards, though good designs have mitigated snooping on their wireless signals. But now it looks like wired keyboards (with poor shielding?) offer no...
  25. Geez... Just remembered when I switched to an...

    Geez... Just remembered when I switched to an all-WPA setup after WEP was cracked and one laptop couldn't make the transition because of an ancient 802.11b implementation. Good times!

    Here's a...
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