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Planning a Recovery That Isn't a Disaster Imprimer
"Our overwhelmed security manager wants her disaster recovery plan to be more than an exercise in filling in the blanks."
Trouble Ticket

At issue: The disaster recovery plan isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.

Action plan: Devise something of real value despite tight resources.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:37 )
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Wireless Headset for Office Phones Hacked Imprimer

"From the article, "In offices all over the world, users are becomingly increasingly enamored with those wireless "hands-free" headsets that allow the speaker to move around the office while continuing a conversation on the phone. But have you ever wondered how secure those headsets are? So have we. Recently, we had the chance to find out — and what we discovered was downright scary."

 

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:38 )
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First case of "drive-by pharming" identified by Symantec Imprimer

Symantec has detected what is believed to be the first recorded case of what they call "drive-by pharming". The attacker changes the DNS settings on your router in order to direct you to another site (a site that he controls). He can then steal your information when you access your bank site.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:38 )
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CIA Says Hackers Have Cut Power Grid Imprimer

According to a CIA representative, several cities outside the U.S. have sustained attacks on utility systems and extortion demands. Hackers gained access to computers controlling the power grid and they managed to cause blackouts for some of these cities.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:40 )
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Choppy IVR sounds problem solved on asterisk 1.4.17 on VmWare server 1.4 (a la trixbox) with HP Pavilion a1450n computer (nvidia chip set) Imprimer

Update 2010-03-16: We have tested Asterisk with VMware server 2.X and clock issues seems to be resolved when simply installing with out of the box configuration. So there seems to be no more choppy IVR sound issues while using VMware server 2.0. We recommand that you give it a try and come back here to post your findings, thanks in advance ;-)

The rest of this article covers our experience when we were using VMware server 1.X, it is left here only for reference and documentation purposes.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mardi, 16 mars 2010 08:50 )
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Update: Older file formats (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Corel Draw) are no longer supported after installing Windows Office service pack 3 Imprimer

Microsoft now apologize for saying that Corel file formats were insecure !

"Microsoft Corp. apologized yesterday for saying its file format posed a security risk and issued new tools to let users of Office 2003 SP3 unblock a host of barred file types."

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:42 )
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Older file formats (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Corel Draw) are no longer supported after installing Windows Office service pack 3 Imprimer

Some older file formats (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Corel Draw) aren't supported anymore after installing Windows Office service pack 3. Microsoft apparently did this because those older file formats are insecure.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:43 )
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Easy as Pie Ajax Requests - Simple Ajax Tutorial Imprimer

We found this interesting AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) tutorial. It is called "Easy as pie" because this is as simple as it can get. The tutorial shows how to implement a nice voting system and the graphical output helps you to understand how AJAX works.

The author starts by stating what AJAX isn't:

"Ajax is not flashy JavaScript. Ajax is not a fancy form, radical menu or custom tool-tip. Ajax is definately not a styled popup."

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:43 )
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SPF Howto: Keep your domain names clean with SPF (Sender Policy Framework), it helps to stop spammers from using your domain names to send spam. Imprimer

You can use DNS SPF (Sender Policy Framework) to reduce the amount of spam you are getting but this article is not about this approach. We do not use SPF to filter our incoming mail for spam, we use other techniques and we do not feel the need to use SPF for now. We will write about it if we decide to use SPF to filter our incoming mail in the future.

Nevertheless, we noticed that some spammers used addresses from the domains we manage in the FROM field of the spam. This could be an attempt to get back at us since we systematically report all spam that we get.

Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:44 )
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Build secure Web applications with OWASP Imprimer
Écrit par Mayank Sharma   
Developing secure applications has always been a difficult task. Software that manages critical functions once serviced only users on internal networks; today, applications run on Web servers accessible to users anywhere in the world. Not only have the scope and magnitude of Web applications increased, but so has the complexity of securing them. Read full article here.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:44 )
 
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