Interesting Bits – May 1st, 2008

Happy May day all 🙂 And now for something completely different….okay, not really. Here are today’s interesting bits:

Pragmatic CSO Newsletter #53 | Security Incite: Analysis on Information Security

Richi Jennings: Your Reputation in Peril: Use Outbound Spam Filtering: Stuff ‘n’ nonsense about email, spam, travel, and life in the UK.

Rational Survivability: Poetic Virtual Security

Farfromr00tin: Azureus Web UI XSS

Carnal0wnage Blog: Penetration Testing Scheduling

PortSwigger.net – web application security: Can you hit a moving target?

Coding Horror: The Great Dub-Dub-Dub Debate

Andy, ITGuy: I hack Johnny Long

Random Thoughts from Joel’s World: ISC Podcast Episode 3

spylogic.net – Winlockpwn: More then a Partytrick

Declassified NSA Document Reveals the Secret History of TEMPEST | Threat Level from Wired.com

Have a great day!

Kevin

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2 Responses to Interesting Bits – May 1st, 2008

  1. Kevin, Thanks for pointing out the Johnny Long, Hackers for Charity post. My goal is to get the word out to as many as possible and this helps reach some who don’t usually read my blog.

  2. Kevin Riggins says:

    Your very welcome. I saw Johnny’s talk at Defcon last year and have checked on the I Hack Charities site periodically. Johnny is a great speaker and has a huge heart.

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