Interesting Information Security Bits for August 5th, 2008

Here we go.

CG points out that Brett Moore of Insomnia Security has released a Putty Hijack tool. Could be useful.

The IT Security Guy gives a heads up about a CIO magazine article about software security. Worth a gander.

All security professionals, at one time or another, will need to give presentations. Security4all has some good pointers on this topic frequently. Today’s pointers refer to your physical presence on the stage. Good stuff.

What out for GIFARS. Not good people, not good at all.

As was probably expected by us all, Twitter is being used to distribute malware. Ryan over at Zero Day has a post up discussing the issue.

Last, but definitely not last, Wesley (not “Wes”), is talking a little about a press release which is about a vulnerability he found in some SCADA software. Looking forward to hearing more about this in the future.

That’s it for today.

Kevin

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