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[ The End of Net Anonymity In Brazil] - [Joe] - "The Brazilian senate is considering a bill that will make it a crime to join a chat, blog, or download from the Internet without fully identifying oneself first. If approved, it will be a crime, punishable with up to 4 years of jail time, to disseminate virus or trojans, unauthorizedly access data banks or networks and send e-mail, join chat, write a blog or download content anonymously."
[ WVE = CVE for Wireless Vulnerabilities] - [Larry] - With all of the hububb about wireless vulnerabilityes, where is a good source to get schooled? The WVE of course!
[,289142,sid14_gci1229172,00.html?track=sy160 SPAM at an all time high] - [Larry] - I've seen the increase. It seems that the SPAM filer guys are having a hard time keeping up, as are the AV vendors, White hat security researchers and vendors with patches. Is this a war we cannot win?
[ M$ teaching OEMs about Security Development Lifecycle] - [Larry] - Otherwised titled, how we created secure hardware that was hacked in only a few weeks. Can you say XBOX (and 360) hacking? I'm a bit skeptical on this one.
== Other Stories of Interest ==
[ Rainbowcrack, Rainbow Tables, Cain & Abel] - [Larry] - From Ethicalhacker and Chris Gates. What a fantastic tutorial and backgtound on rainbow table password cracking.


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