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[http://www.sans.edu/resources/securitylab/2009_predictions.php Stephen Northcutt's Security Predictions Page] - [PaulDotCom] - Experts from the field weigh in on security predictions. You know, I've changed my mind about predictions. I've decided that they are fun to make because you can think big and outlandish, and hey, its just a prediction. I make some more serious predictions, as do Josh Wright, Eric Cole, Rob Lee, and several others..
 
[http://www.sans.edu/resources/securitylab/2009_predictions.php Stephen Northcutt's Security Predictions Page] - [PaulDotCom] - Experts from the field weigh in on security predictions. You know, I've changed my mind about predictions. I've decided that they are fun to make because you can think big and outlandish, and hey, its just a prediction. I make some more serious predictions, as do Josh Wright, Eric Cole, Rob Lee, and several others..
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[http://www.tcpdump.org/tcpdump-changes.txt Tcpdump and Libpcap Updates] - [PaulDotCom] - I have to tell you, while wireshark is all sexy, gui, and pretty, I MUCH perfer tcpdump.  There is something just so familiar to me and comfortable about the command line (in fact, I have been actually enjoying windows by using more of the command line).  I also found it interesting in the release notes when it mentions "Add support for Bluetooth Sniffing", really?

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Stephen Northcutt's Security Predictions Page - [PaulDotCom] - Experts from the field weigh in on security predictions. You know, I've changed my mind about predictions. I've decided that they are fun to make because you can think big and outlandish, and hey, its just a prediction. I make some more serious predictions, as do Josh Wright, Eric Cole, Rob Lee, and several others..

Tcpdump and Libpcap Updates - [PaulDotCom] - I have to tell you, while wireshark is all sexy, gui, and pretty, I MUCH perfer tcpdump. There is something just so familiar to me and comfortable about the command line (in fact, I have been actually enjoying windows by using more of the command line). I also found it interesting in the release notes when it mentions "Add support for Bluetooth Sniffing", really?