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2009-12-01

DateAuthorTitle
2009-12-31Joel EslerHave a Happy New Year (2 Comments)
2009-12-31Joel EslerSendmail 8.14.4 has been released (0 Comments)
2009-12-30Guy BruneauReady to use IDS Sensor with Sguil (2 Comments)
2009-12-30John BambenekGSM Cell Phone Encryption is Cracked - Interception of Cell Calls Possible (4 Comments)
2009-12-30Guy BruneauKDC DoS in cross-realm referral processing (0 Comments)
2009-12-29Rick WannerMicrosoft responds to possible IIS 6 0-day (0 Comments)
2009-12-29Rick WannerWhat's up with port 12174? Possible Symantec server compromise? (5 Comments)
2009-12-28Joel EslerIt's been 10 years (2 Comments)
2009-12-28Joel EslerHow this weekend's attempted Terrorist attack relates to IT. (5 Comments)
2009-12-28Johannes Ullrich8 Basic Rules to Implement Secure File Uploads http://jbu.me/48 (inspired by IIS ; bug) (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-28Joel EslerWe are receiving reports of another Blackberry outage. (oneliner) (1 Comments)
2009-12-28Joel EslerMicrosoft puts up a blurb on their website about the IIS 0day. (0 Comments)
2009-12-27Patrick NolanPressure increasing for Microsoft to patch IIS 0 day (2 Comments)
2009-12-25Marcus SachsDid any digital nasties show up under your tree this year? (2 Comments)
2009-12-24Guy BruneauMicrosoft IIS File Parsing Extension Vulnerability (0 Comments)
2009-12-24Guy BruneauF5 BIG-IP ASM and PSM Remote Buffer Overflow (0 Comments)
2009-12-23John BambenekMerry Festivus: Commence the "Airing of Infosec Grievaces" (21 Comments)
2009-12-23Marcus SachsBlackberry Outage (5 Comments)
2009-12-23Johannes UllrichTell us about your Christmas Family Emergency Kit (17 Comments)
2009-12-22Marcus SachsHoward Schmidt named as new Cybersecurity Coordinator (2 Comments)
2009-12-21John BambenekThere is no such thing as a free lunch . (0 Comments)
2009-12-21Marcus SachsiPhone Botnet Analysis (3 Comments)
2009-12-19Deborah HaleEducationing Our Communities (4 Comments)
2009-12-19Deborah HaleFrustrations of ISP Abuse Handling (13 Comments)
2009-12-18Stephen HallWireshark 1.2.5 released - including three security fixes (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-18Stephen HallTwitter outage via DNS hijacking (5 Comments)
2009-12-17Daniel WesemannPHP 5.2.12 has been released; contains security fixes. See http://www.php.net (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-17Daniel WesemannIn caches, danger lurks (2 Comments)
2009-12-17Daniel Wesemannoverlay.xul is back (0 Comments)
2009-12-16Rob VandenBrinkCisco WebEx WRF Player Vulnerabilities (0 Comments)
2009-12-16Rob VandenBrinkBeware the Attack of the Christmas Greeting Cards ! (0 Comments)
2009-12-16Rob VandenBrinkSeamonkey Update to 2.0.1, find the release notes here ==> http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/seamonkey2.0.1 (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-16Mark HofmanFirefox 3.5.6 is available, time to update. (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-15Johannes UllrichImportant BIND name server updates - DNSSEC (0 Comments)
2009-12-15Johannes UllrichAdobe 0-day in the wild - again (10 Comments)
2009-12-14Adrien de BeauprePostgreSQL 8.4.2, 8.3.9, 8.2.15, 8.1.19, 8.0.23 and 7.4.27 have security fixes http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/release.html (0 Comments)
2009-12-14Adrien de BeaupreAnti-forensics, COFEE vs. DECAF (6 Comments)
2009-12-13Mark HofmanMetrics and SPAM (8 Comments)
2009-12-11Joel EslerMicrosoft Update providing 403 error code? (24 Comments)
2009-12-11Joel EslerAnother good reason to update to Thunderbird 3.0 (0 Comments)
2009-12-10Adrien de BeaupreFacebook Password Reset Confirmation. Customer Support. (Malware) (2 Comments)
2009-12-09Swa FrantzenFacebook announces privacy improvements (1 Comments)
2009-12-09Swa FrantzenOSSEC 2.3 released (0 Comments)
2009-12-09Johannes UllrichNew Poll: What DNS service do you use (see right hand sidebar) (oneliner) (1 Comments)
2009-12-09Swa Frantzenntpd upgrade to prevent spoofed looping (0 Comments)
2009-12-09Swa FrantzenAdobe flash player and air patched (2 Comments)
2009-12-08Deborah HaleDecember 2009 Black Tuesday Overview (3 Comments)
2009-12-07Rob VandenBrinkLayer 2 Network Protections reloaded! (0 Comments)
2009-12-07Rick WannerCheat Sheet: Analyzing Malicious Documents (0 Comments)
2009-12-05Guy BruneauJava JRE Buffer and Integer Overflow (0 Comments)
2009-12-04Daniel WesemannDisregard INFOCON change notifications just sent - we had a glitch on the main server (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-04Daniel WesemannThe economics of security advice (MSFT research paper) (0 Comments)
2009-12-04Daniel WesemannMax Power's Malware Paradise (4 Comments)
2009-12-04Joel EslerWe are receiving reports that Bing.com is down. Thank you for writing in. (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-03Mark HofmanNext week will be a big patch week - Adobe is also releasing patches "Adobe is planning to release an update for Adobe Flash Player 10.0.32.18 and earlier versions, and an update to Adobe AIR 1.5.2 and earlier versions, to resolve critical security issues (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-03Mark HofmanApple released some Java updates today APPLE-SA-2009-12-03-1 & 2 (for 10.5 and 10.6). Fixes a number of security issues so updating is a good idea. (oneliner) (0 Comments)
2009-12-03Mark HofmanAvast false positives (2 Comments)
2009-12-02Rob VandenBrinkSPAM and Malware taking advantage of H1N1 concerns (1 Comments)
2009-12-02Rob VandenBrinkUpdates to Sysinternals Toolkit (0 Comments)
2009-12-02Rob VandenBrinkMicrosoft Black Screen of Death - Fact of Fiction? (1 Comments)
2009-12-01Chris CarboniVulnerabilities in the PDF distiller of the BlackBerry Attachment Service (1 Comments)
2009-12-01Chris CarboniClientless SSL VPN products break web browser domain-based security models (0 Comments)