Apparently the free, handy Website Optimization code tool provided by Google and used by many thousands of web developers and admins around the world is vulnerable to an XSS attack. Oops. Not very Optimal! [Link Here]
Rocket Bear Labs is proud to announce the introduction of the PWN Phone — Nokia N900 outfitted with a full, working pentesting suite.
With all the attention being paid to cyber security and online privacy it seems Microsoft may be listening. The next version of Internet Explorer (IE9) is slated to allow users to block certain websites from tracking their activity. [LINK HERE]
A group of hacktivists attacked PostFinance in Julian Assanges name, calling for retribution and justice. [LINK HERE]
Ed Skoudis presents a holiday hacking challenge. Maybe we should work on this as a space project. [LINK HERE]
Julian Assange was arrested today in Britain and held on (false?!) allegations of rape and molestation. This is obviously a politically motivated arrest and a bunch of bullshit if you do the research. [LA Times Article]
The Chuck Norris botnet has been exploiting the hell out of unprotected routers still using default settings. CHANGE YOUR DEFAULT PASSWORD!
Internet Storm Center about evil facebook phishing bot patterns. [Link here]
OWASPs AppSec 2010 conference had some awesome presentations including a keynote a by DH Moore on the web-focussed future of the Metasploit project.