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The Week(s) that Was (Were) – 8/31/2012

It’s been a tough couple of weeks, sports fans.  I’ve not been good about keeping up on INFOSEC current events and sharing them out with you.  Here is a backlog that has a big blind spot from last week.  Feel free to make any article suggestions I should include from the blind spot and I’ll […]

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The Week That Was – 8/13/2012

Highlights for this week include: Mat Honan getting pwn3d pretty hard through what was essentially a social engineering attack. [1],[2],[5]-[7] Mr. Alex Hutton introduces the Risk Fish.  I need to spend some quality time with this diagram.  On first glance, it looks like it can make the process of risk assessment a little easier. [8] […]

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Apple Security

For a long time, Apple has not been significantly affected by malicious code. There has not been an I Love You, Code Red, or a Zeus affecting the Apple ecosystem that I can recall. This lack of malicious code epidemic has led many to assume that Macs are more secure than PCs. While I am […]

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