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Linux developers working on uniting Windows 8 Secure Boot fixes  11 February 2013 
Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Thanks to Microsoft's Windows 8 UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) Secure Boot there was no easy way to boot Linux, or any other operating system, on Windows 8 PCs. Now, there are two ways, the recently released Linux Foundation (LF) UEFI secure boot system and Matthew Garrett's shim system to boot Linux on these PCs. Soon, there will be only one unified way.
 
Google challenges hackers to take on Chrome OS  29 January 2013 
Source: ZD Net - Posted by Dave Wreski   
So you think you're a big-time hacker huh? Well Google invites you to show up at the CanSecWest security conference on March 7 in Vancouver, BC to see if you can crack your way into Chrome OS. And, to make it worth your time, Google is offering a pi worth of cash rewards.
 
Mixing crowdsourcing and security to help hack for good: Bugcrowd  24 January 2013 
Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In a world where online attackers laugh in the face of legislation and jurisdiction, the best way to protect yourself might be to hire someone to identify your problems first. But why hire a single hacker when you can hire a team of them?
 
Mozilla develops Minion security testing framework  18 January 2013 
Source: H Security - Posted by Anthony Pell   
The Mozilla Foundation is developing an open source security framework called Minion and plans to release a beta version in the first quarter of 2013. Minion will allow developers to subject their web applications to a security check.
 
Should 'good' hackers be protected by law?  17 January 2013 
Source: Christian Science Monitor - Posted by Dave Wreski   
A Dutch MP who brought to light a security gap on a medical site is himself being accused of hacking crimes, pulling him into an ongoing debate in the Netherlands over 'ethical hacking.'
 
January 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Security  03 January 2013 
Source: LinuxJournal - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Years ago, I had the brilliant idea that all my users in the finance department should have complex passwords. This made perfect sense to everyone, since dealing with millions of dollars of revenue is something that should be secured. So, the passwords were changed with complexity requirements enforced.
 
5 tips to retain great security talent  03 January 2013 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
You want the best on your security team. And once you have them, you want to keep them happy and keep them in your organization. Three security career and management experts weigh in on what security managers need to do to retain top-notch security talent.
 
7 deadly sins of cloud computing  03 January 2013 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Automation, cost savings, and data redundancy -- no wonder cloud adoption is tempting. The CISO can rest easy knowing there is no vice in moving to the cloud to reap these rewards. What may keep her up at night is not knowing how many missteps the enterprise is making in the process.
 
How to set up a safe and secure Web server  24 December 2012 
Source: arsTechnica - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Fifteen years ago, you weren't a participant in the digital age unless you had your own homepage. Even in the late 1990s, services abounded to make personal pages easy to build and deploy—the most famous is the now-defunct GeoCities, but there were many others (remember Angelfire and Tripod?). These were the days before the "social" Web, before MySpace and Facebook.
 
How Linux reads your fingerprints, helps national security  24 December 2012 
Source: Tech Radar - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Gunnar Hellekson has many awesome-sounding job titles. He's the chief technology strategist for Red Hat's US Public Sector group, where he works with government departments to show them how open source can meet their needs, and with systems integrators to show them what they can do to provide the government with what it needs.
 
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