Interesting Information Security bits for May 19th, 2008

May 19, 2008
Good afternoon everybody. Here are few things worth taking a gander.

Dave Lewis over at Liquidmatrix points us to an service that appears to be very helpful. It is a service offered by Jane’s that tracks terrorism and insurgent activities around the globe. As Dave states, it’s a bit pricey for an individual, but probably well worth it for corporations that have global exposure.

Richard’s latest Snort Report is up. He helps us Justify Snort. Good reading.

Paul Melson has a list of Malware Analysis tools you can use to dig into the guts of those pesky malicious files.

@dacort twitted a pointer to an article on Sun’s site that talks about five areas that must be addressed to keep Web scale deployments safe from attack.

In a follow-up post to a previous missive about the static code analysis shortcomings, Rafal Los brings us a solution, Hybrid Analysis. Good stuff.

That’s it for now. Have a great day.

Kevin


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