Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.
Here are today’s Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.
- pdgmail: new tool for gmail memory forensics << SANS Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response
If you use GMail, you should really read this article. Sandboxing in some fashion sounds like a really good idea.
- TaoSecurity: Trying Firefox with CMU Perspectives
Much like the web of trust used in GPG signatures, Perspectives for Firefox uses a groups of “notaries” to verify the authenticity of a self-signed ssl certificate. Interesting stuff.
- extern blog SensePost;
The OWASP NYC talks have been posted.
- spylogic.net – Information Gathering with Maltego
Tom has posted his slide deck for the presentation he gave at the Northeast Ohio Information Security Forum last week.
- Carnal0wnage Blog: Webapp Asssessments Rule or ‘why running as ‘dbo’ is bad!
Another fun, as in oh my goodness, read about a pentest. This time an appsec test.
- Carnal0wnage Blog: A Successful Pentest with some Failures.
A nice description of a pen test.
That’s it for today. Have fun!
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