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Linux, Windows, and security FUD  26 February 2013 
Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Anthony Pell   
It's 2013. but the Linux FUD just keeps coming. In the most recent example, security firm Trustwave claimed that Linux kernel vulnerabilities went unpatched more than twice as long as it took to fix unpatched flaws in Windows. This assertion would be a lot more believable if it wasn't coming from a Microsoft partner.
 
Is SSL Secure?  12 February 2013 
Source: eSecurityPlanet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security is the foundational technology that secures Web transactions and communications, but it is not infallible.
 
Printer Networks Vulnerable to Hackers: Report  29 January 2013 
Source: infoPackets - Posted by Pooja Shah   
Printers using server software offered by Hewlett-Packard (HP) are reportedly vulnerable to attack. In fact, it's possible for a hacker to use the flaw to bypass security defenses, steal documents, and crash every machine connected to the same network.
 
Testing Virtualisation Limits With A Network Training Laboratory  28 January 2013 
Source: Lilfehacker AU - Posted by Anthony Pell   
If you want to train large groups of students on how to use and deploy networking equipment, you’ll need to rapidly redeploy fresh system images as each new class comes in. That sounds like an obvious case for using virtualisation, but there are some traps to be aware of before pumping out those virtual machine images.
 
Cloud security to be most disruptive technology of 2013  04 January 2013 
Source: Network World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
The Security for Business Innovation Council, comprised of IT security professionals from 19 companies worldwide, called cloud computing the main disruptive force for 2013.
 
2012's worst security exploits, fails and blunders  28 December 2012 
Source: PC World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
A fool and his feeble p@$$w0rd are soon rooted, but if 2012 has proven anything, it's that even the most cautious security-minded souls need to double down on their protective practices, and think about the best ways to mitigate damage if the worst happens in our increasingly cloud-connected world.
 
Amazon hack highlights customer service security weakness  27 December 2012 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Amazon, the nation's largest online retailer, apparently still has some rather porous security protocols.
 
Andreessen Horowitz bets big on cloud security  06 December 2012 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Because Web 1.0 is many years behind us, we can all look back and laugh at the sorry state of application and database security in those days. When we look back at Cloud 1.0 in a few more years, we're sure to have another good chuckle.
 
Email hacks router  30 November 2012 
Source: H Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
A whole range of Arcor, Asus and TP-Link routers are vulnerable to being reconfigured remotely without authorisation. On his blog, security researcher Bogdan Calin demonstrates that just displaying an email within the router's own network can have far-reaching consequences: when opened, his specially crafted test email reconfigures the wireless router so that it redirects the user's internet data traffic.
 
Evolving security standards a challenge for cloud computing  09 November 2012 
Source: Network World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Any enterprise looking to use cloud computing services will also be digging into what laws and regulations might hold in terms of security and privacy of data stored in the cloud. At the Cloud Security Alliance Congress in Orlando this week, discussion centered on two important regulatory frameworks now being put in place in Europe and the U.S.
 
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