Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.
Here are today’s Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.
- TaoSecurity: Defining Security Event Correlation
Richard has a good post up on defining security event correlation. Go check it out.
- Why use Firefox << Techdulla
Techdulla tells us why he uses Firefox for his browser. I agree with everything he says and will add that putting the AdBlock add-on into place makes it even better.
- HiR Information Report: Xorg.conf for OpenBSD MacBook / Parallels
Ax0n is here to help you get Xorg running on your Mac using Parallels.
- Android-Powered G1 Gets Antivirus Software — Google Android — InformationWeek
Looks like you can get Anti-virus software for your G1 phone.
- Once thought safe, WPA Wi-Fi encryption is cracked
Oops. Time to upgrade to WPA2. Okay, you don’t have to run out right now and do it, but it looks like some researchers have found a method of getting the TKIP key in a short time frame.
That’s it for today. Have fun!
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