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Survey: 98 percent of enterprises using open source  11 August 2010 
Source: CNET - Posted by Alex   
Not only is open-source software thriving in systems management but across businesses as a whole, according to a new survey released Tuesday. A nearly 4-year-long survey of open-source systems management usage compiled by open-source software developer Zenoss showed that 98 percent of the respondents said they used open-source software in their enterprises.
 
LinuxCon: Exploits Show Why Linux Is Vulnerable  11 August 2010 
Source: eSecurity Planet - Posted by Alex   
There is a widely held belief that Linux is a completely secure operating system. But to Brad Spengler of the grsecurity project, the belief is far from accurate. And he has the kernel exploits to prove it.
 
Google-Verizon Net Neutrality Pact: 5 Red Flags  10 August 2010 
Source: PC World - Posted by Alex   
Google and Verizon unveiled a proposal to maintain an open Internet while creating room for a broadband network of premium services. The proposal has no legal standing whatsoever, and is basically a policy paper on network neutrality for consideration by Congress and the Federal Communications Commission.
 
Hacking the Pandigital Novel  09 August 2010 
Source: The Digital Reader - Posted by Alex   
irst, if you want to hack your Novel then you really should visit SlateDroid and check out the Novel forum. Thatís where you can find help with troubleshooting. Iím not refusing to help; I just want to do it in a forum setting (itís easier).
 
DnsMadeEasy under a "quite large and unique" ddos  09 August 2010 
Source: SANS / DNSMadeEasy - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Two of our readers (thanks Jason and Mike!) have written in to highlight the ongoing DDOS against DNS Made Easy. You can read the ongoing reports via their twitter page. The DDOS is reported to be circa 50Gb/sec in size. If you have any details on the type of attack we'd love to know.
 
Hackers use Chinese IPs to launch attacks  06 August 2010 
Source: Asia One - Posted by Alex   
Although cyber attacks have been frequently reported across the mainland, China is not home to a vast web of malicious hackers, as many attacks here originate from countries overseas, according to analysts.
 
TippingPoint gives vendors six months to fix holes  05 August 2010 
Source: CNET - Posted by Anthony Pell   
As of Wednesday, software vendors will have a deadline to fix vulnerabilities reported to them by TippingPoint's Zero Day Initiative rather than allowing holes to remain unpatched indefinitely.
 
Most SSL Sites Poorly Configured  04 August 2010 
Source: Dark Reading - Posted by Alex   
The good news about SSL-based websites: Most are running strong encryption. The bad news: More than 60 percent aren't properly configured.
 
AppArmor set for inclusion in Linux kernel  02 August 2010 
Source: H Security - Posted by Alex   
James Morris, the maintainer of the Linux kernel's security subsystem, has integrated the kernel code for the AppArmor security extension into his development branch, which forms part of Linux-Next. Shortly afterwards, he announced that he also intends to send the code to Linus Torvalds for integration into the Linux 2.6.36 kernel.
 
ATMs At Risk, Researcher Warns At Black Hat  29 July 2010 
Source: Dark Reading - Posted by Anthony Pell   
A security researcher today gave notice to companies that make automated teller machines (ATMs). Here on the first day of the Black Hat conference, Barnaby Jack, director of research at IOActive, demonstrated attacks that would allow a criminal to compromise ATMs, allowing hypothetical thieves to steal cash, copy customers' ATM card data, or learn the master passwords of the machines.
 
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