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Advanced Persistent Errata – Defending The Castle Part 1

February 23, 2010 from: AEON Security Blog

Cross-Posted from the AEON Security Blog: In today’s blog entry, I bring to you: “Advanced Persistent Errata – Defending The Castle;” in other words, “Blocking ANYONE you damn well choose to block.” 

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Nevermind, I Was Wrong, Google Is Evil

February 15, 2010 from: Rsnake's blog at ha.ckers.org

I [,RSnake have] been waiting a while to do this post - several weeks actually since my original post. In that post, I applauded Google’s apparent interest in reigning censorship as “the first really truly non-evil thing I have seen Google do in years”. Since then, I thought it appropriate to give them some time to sift through the nuances of their blog post - you know, to give t...

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China Shut Down Biggest Hacker Training Site

February 09, 2010 from: Saumil's Infosec Blog

What is believed to be the country's biggest hacker training site has been shut down by police in Central China's Hubei province. Three people were also arrested, local media reported yesterday. The three, who ran Black Hawk Safety Net, are suspected of offering others online attacking programs and software, a crime recently added to the Criminal Law. A total of 1.7 million yuan ($249,000) in asse...

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Defending Against Advanced Persistent Threats

February 08, 2010 from: AEON Security Blog

Google and other major companies and the report is both interesting and questionable. I have no reservations about the levels of expertise coming out of Mandiant or their findings; I do however, have reservations about the explanations and interpretation of what was summarized in the Wired article.

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Forget Blaming Microsoft or Google – Blame Yourself

January 22, 2010 from: AEON Security Blog

People from all walks of life including influential decision makers are quickly firing off ye ole “Blame Microsoft” rants this week after another debacle involving Google and China. The debacle involved so-called State Sponsored (from China) “hacktivities” to compromise Gmail accounts. The attacks were – as we’re told – targeted towards Internet Explorer v...

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Security researcher IDs China link in Google hack

January 20, 2010 from: Office of Inadequate Security

The malicious software used to steal information from companies such as Google contains code that links it to China, a security researcher said Tuesday. After examining the back-door Hydraq Trojan used in the hack, SecureWorks researcher Joe Stewart found that it used an unusual algorithm to check for data corruption when it transmits information. The source code for this algorithm, “only se...

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