Monthly Archives: July 2006

Convert Firefox Favorites to IE7

From Blake @ WindowsCoding.com. Seems to work well. I’m using IE7 almost exclusively now so it’s nice to get all my Firefox favorites migrated.

Posted in Blog, Firefox, IE7, Internet Exploer, Technology

SmartCard infrastructure in Windows

I recently subscribed to the Microsoft SmartCard infrastructure Blog, a blog covering  the Smart Card infrastructure in Windows. I encountered a post containg links to many useful References & Links to Microsoft Whitepaper, Guides, etc. Very handy!

Posted in Blog, Security, Technology

Why Information Security is Hard

A while ago I obtained a paper by Ross Anderson entitled “Why Information Security is Hard – An Economic Perspective“. I don’t remember where I first encountered the paper but it was likely from TaoSecurity or Bruce Schneier. I finally

Posted in Blog, IT Management, Security, Technology

SIM or SEM or SEIM or ESM

The May 25th issue of Network Computing was dedicated largely to log management including a “Real-World” Labs review of eight SIM products.

Posted in Blog, IT Management, Log Management, Security

SANS Log Management Summit

Richard Bejtlich (TaoSecurity) wrote an excellent and extensive overview of the recent SANS Log Management Summit 2006. He mentions that Chris Brenton and Mike Poor unveiled the SANS Top 5 Essential Log Reports. I had not know about this report

Posted in Blog, IT Management, Log Management, Security

Freeware Forensic Tools

The recent (July 2006) issue of SC Magazine offered a review of forensic tools. Two freeware tools were reviewed along with a number of other forensic products. The Coroner’s Toolkit (TCT) is a UNIX based tool “which is an excellent

Posted in Blog, Security, Technology
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