Monthly Archives: May 2006

Windows Security Log Encyclopedia

I listened to a SANS “Ask The Expert” webcast today entitled "Who's Guarding the Guards?" featuring Dave Shackleford and Kristin Gallina Lovejoy. The webcast was quite informative and Dave Shackleford gave an excellent presentation, as always. At the end of Dave's

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Where User Manuals Never Die

Mike Yamamoto posted on CNET.COM a link to the site UserManualGuide.com with links to thousands of user manuals.

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Security Tools

I subscribe to an e-mail newsletter from Shavlik Technologies, Remediator Security Digest. The April edition contained an article by Eric Schultze entitled Thinking like a hacker. The article was separated into seven steps that a systematic hacker would follow: Perform

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Security Myths

Last week Bruce Schneier and others blogged about the Security Myths and Passwords paper written by Professor Eugene H. Spafford concerning the best practices or “rules of thumb” that many people accept without careful consideration, particularly policies requiring regular password

Posted in Blog, IT Management, Security, Technology
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