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Soup, Security Expertise and the Hypocritical Oath

If Tanji’sarticle makes you more sceptical of those of us who pollute the blogosphere with our own opinions, that’s a Good Thing.

Supertrojan Supersighs Me

Zeus-associated malware (and that includes SpyEye and “SpyZeuS”) isn’t supernaturally difficult to detect. It is, however, pretty adaptive and has introduced, from time to time, some innovative counter-detection techniques.

Shorteners/Redirectors: short of ideas

We’ve been having some discussion internally about shortened URLs, with specific reference to pointing to web resources on Twitter, where you can’t actually avoid using shortened URLs, because an uncompressed URL is automatically shortened using bit.ly. You may remember that I discussed these issues before here, The main problem, of course, is that it’s all too

Orwell, Double-Think, and Anti-sec

Full Disclosure (the concept, not just the mailing list): apparently, it’s all the fault of the security industry. Well, most things are. Still, this is a bizarre little story. (Tip of the hat to the entirely normal Rob Slade for calling my attention to it.) Apparently an individual or group calling itself The Anti-sec Movement replaced every image

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