Stories For Discussion
Who did what? - Apple says no code delivered on wirels vuln, and says it was a 3rd party USB adapter.
WiMax's Small Steps to Security - So, this article was good for a laugh this morning and I quote, ""I don't think WiMax is any less secure than WiFi or cellular, both of which I think are secure," says Ken Dulaney, VP of mobile computing at Gartner Inc."
Black Hat Flaw Eludes Cisco - Cisco is unable to reproduce Blackhat flaw.
Putting the fun in Browser Fun - So, after the month of browser exploits that many thought were not exploitable, a paper is released that shows you how. Sweet.
Wipe your A$$, er, hard drive - Researchers still continue to buy drive off of eBay with personal info, and child porn.
UK police want you encryption keys - So that they can uncover evidence on criminals. That sounds like self incrimination to me.
No Link - tons of Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities! Go update now.
IPv6 for covert channel - lack of support and adoption, means people dont understand...so lets use it to hide stuff...
Verbatim Interview with Johnny Cache and David Maynor - So, the scary thing is, what if the only way to fix some of these bugs is in hardware.
RIM's response to trojan threat - They make great points - the default setup is secure, but what techie leaves the default setup? Examine your policies closely.
Blue boxing with Asterisk - A plugin for Asterisk that allows for good old fashioned blue boxing from Mark Abene (Phiber 0pitk).
Cicso can't reproduce SIP flaw - Hmmm, more faux disclosure? At least that they are still trying to investigate.
Other Stories Of Interest
Patch me up - by "Rootkit" - very funny video/song.
Burp Suite has been updated - For web application hacking, fun stuff! (Burp)