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21Feb/110

Cryptome: More HBGary

Posted by Jesse Krembs

Always wonder what the big boys of InfoSec sound like when they are talking to each other and in the office. Now's your chance visit the HBGary pages of Cryptome.

21Feb/110

All About Patents: From Hive76

Posted by Jesse Krembs

All About Patents, is a short blog post to get you started on what's up with patents. Etc

15Feb/110

HBGary Goes AWOL from RSA.

Posted by Jesse Krembs

RSA 2011: HBGary Goes AWOL | Liquidmatrix Security Digest.

I understand why they did this but on the other hand it's hard to sell your protection services when you can't even protect yourself...AND your afraid to show your face in public.

Filed under: fail No Comments
15Feb/110

TarSnap

Posted by admin

Haven't actually used this yet but thought it was pretty cool:

Tarsnap: Online backups for the truly paranoid

Filed under: Vendor Crap No Comments
15Feb/111

Security is Mathematics

Posted by admin

Check out this awesome article called "Security is Mathematics" from Colin Percival.

http://www.daemonology.net/blog/2008-03.html

Filed under: fun 1 Comment
14Feb/110

Wheres my Creeper Box?

Posted by admin

Dave from Laboratory-b just had an article posted on Infosec Island. Check it out!

https://infosecisland.com/blogview/11828-Wheres-My-Creeper-Box.html

14Feb/110

Stuxnet Source Code on GitHub

Posted by admin

The publically released source code for the Stuxnet botnet has been decompiled and posted on GitHub. This stuff never ceases to amaze me!

https://github.com/Laurelai/decompile-dump

Filed under: botnet, Crime No Comments
14Feb/110

Cryptome: HBGary Federal

Posted by Jesse Krembs

Cryptome has broken down the HBGary data dump for review.

HBG-Anon-WL.zip       HBGary Anonymous and Wikileaks                   February 13, 2011 (317KB)
HBG-VE-IR.zip         HBGary Venezuela and Iran                        February 13, 2011 (697KB)
HBG-EC-APT.zip        HBGary E-Crime and Advanced Persistent Threats   February 13, 2011 (554KB)
HBG-JHU-APL.zip       HBGary Secure Applied Physics Lab                February 13, 2011 (874KB)

HBG-NSA.zip           HBGary National Security Agreements              February 13, 2011 (1.3MB)
HBG-TENPP.pdf         HBGary Targeting Exelon Nuclear Power Plant      February 13, 2011
HBG-CIRC.zip          HBGary Corporate Information Spying Cell         February 13, 2011 (288KB)
HBG-TMC.zip           HBGary Threat Monitoring Center                  February 13, 2011 (792KB)
HBG-EA.zip            HBGary Exploitation Assessment                   February 13, 2011 (712KB)

HBG-SMSR.zip          HBGary Social Media Security Reset               February 12, 2011 (5.5MB)
HBG-ETT.zip           HBGary Emerging Threats and Trends 2011          February 12, 2011 (4.2MB)
dodi-3305-01.pdf      National Intelligence University                 February 12, 2011

HBG-LE-Intel.zip      HBGary Scoutvision Law Enforcement-Intel Cases   February 11, 2011 (6.7MB)
HBG-SME.zip           HBGary Social Media Exploitation                 February 11, 2011 (5.8MB)
HBG-APT.zip           HBGary Advanced Persistent Threat                February 11, 2011 (3.0MB)
HBG-Mandiant.zip      HBGary Mandiant Advanced Persistent Threat       February 11, 2011 (2.0MB)

HBG-McAfee.zip        HBGary McAfee Integration                        February 11, 2011 (1.5MB)
HBG-Aurora.zip        HBGary Aurora Malware Report                     February 11, 2011 (400KB)
HBG-Splunk.zip        HBGary Splunk Brief-IT Management Is Broken      February 11, 2011 (3.2MB)
HBG-TVA.zip           HBGary Topological Vulnerability Analysis        February 11, 2011 (2.4MB)
HBG-Fed-OA.pdf        HBGary Federal Operating Agreement               February 11, 2011
This isn't everything in the HBGary feed, but it certainly is interesting
3Feb/110

I come for the 2600, I stay for the Lab B

Posted by Jesse Krembs

That's right, tomorrow is the is the first Friday of the month. That means Borders Books & Music in Burlington will be hosting our 2600 meeting from 5 -8pm . After that I'm sure some us will be heading over to Laboratory B in the North End to hack the night away.

If you interested in what happened at Shmoocon last weekend, the state IPV4 address space in the world or other nerdy tech hacker stuff, maybe you should come on down!

2Feb/110

Pumping Station: One » Blog Archive » Equipment Labeling

Posted by Jesse Krembs

Pumping Station: One » Blog Archive » Equipment Labeling. This might be a useful thing to do in house.