Once again Martin and I recorded late enough in the day that I could enjoy a fine beer during the taping (Moose Drool this week). I also need to shout out to Paul and Larry and Pauldotcom Security Weekly; based on their advice I picked up a WRTSL54GS for some wireless access point hacking. Too bad I bricked it… by opening the box. Needless to say that one is on its way back to the online store, and a new one is headed to me. I’ve been working on this pet project of mine for a year and really hope this is the right box to get the job done.
Also, congrats to Martin on re-entering the world of the gainfully employed. He starts with Trustwave on Tuesday.
- Microsoft AutoRuns
- PGP Flaw not really a flaw at all
- Securosis: Slashdot bias and much ado about nothing PGP encryption issue
- Slashdot: Undocumented bypass in PGP whole disk encryption
- Securology: PGP whole disk encryption – barely acknowledged intentional bypass
- Retailers vs. PCI
- Securosis: Retailers btch slap PCI Security Standards Council
- Techtarget: National Retail Federation takes aim at PCI DSS Council
- SC Magazine: Retail Lobby offers alternative to PCI standards
- Network Security Blog: Merchants mad about credit card retention
- iPhone Jailbreak (missed the link on this one)
- Suit against Apple for bricking iPhones
- Six ticks to Midnight: One plausible journey from here to a total surveillance society
- Tech Liberation Front
- Onstar to stop supports
- RSA Speaking on Security interviews Shon Harris, and I get a mention too.
- CIO.com: Hacker Economics 1: Malware as a service
- Tonight’s Music: The Moon is Full by Albert Colins, Johnny Copeland and Robert Cray