Monthly Archives: June 2007

Free Security Tools

Back in April, itsecurity.com posted an article entitled 103 Free Security Tools. As ha.ackers.org noted the list is missing Cygwin. I noticed RootkitRevealer, my favorite Rootkit detection utility is missing.

Posted in Information Security, IT Security, Rootkit, Security, Software, tools

Security Cartoons

I ran across the Security Cartoon security awareness site pointed out by Dave Ockwell-Jenner in the Security Catalyst community via the IT Compliance blog.

Posted in Information Security, IT Security, Security, Security Awareness, training

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and Other Cheatsheets

Blog.pmarca (Marc Andreessen) posted an excellent list of cheatsheets for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, etc.

Posted in CSS, HTML, JavaScript, PHP

Security Operations Fundamentals

Back in March, Richard Bejtlich, wrote an entry on his blog entitled Security Operations Fundamentals which fit nicely within Mike Rothman’s Pragmatic CSO construct. The twelve steps he uses as a consultant when encountering a new client’s enterprise are: Instrument

Posted in Security

Web Browser Forensics

Technorati tags: forensics, firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, security I recently had occasion to perform some web browser forensics. It had been a while since I had done this so a review of available information and tools was necessary. Keith J.

Posted in Firefox, forensics, Internet Exploer, Microsoft, Security

Windows Live Writer Beta 2

Technorati tags: Microsoft, Live Writer, WordPress Beta 2 of Microsoft’s Windows Live Writer was released this week. I’m writing this entry using Beta 2. Inline spell check is nice. This is where I work. Let’s see if this posts ok.

Posted in Blog, Live Writer, Microsoft, WordPress
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