Haven’t actually used this yet but thought it was pretty cool:
Category: Vendor Crap
Wheres my Creeper Box?
Dave from Laboratory-b just had an article posted on Infosec Island. Check it out!
Sintered Armorgel is here!
The Deliverator belongs to an elite order, a hallowed subcategory. He's got esprit up to here. Right now, he is preparing to carry out his third mission of the night. His uniform is black as activated charcoal, filtering the very light out of the air. A bullet will bounce off its arachnofiber weave like a wren hitting a patio door, but excess perspiration wafts through it like a breeze through a freshly napalmed forest. Where his body has bony extremities, the suit has sintered armorgel: feels like gritty jello, protects like a stack of telephone books.
Serious 0-day Found in Every Version of IE
Stop using IE. Seriously, just stop. At least for now. A serious 0-day vulnerability which exploits MME HTML has been discovered in every existing version of Windows / IE. Until this gets patched it is essential not to use IE as a browser at all.
While this has just recently been made public, you have to wonder how long this has been exploited quietly by the “bad guys”
quirky – Switch Modular Pocket Knife
quirky – Switch Modular Pocket Knife. This is pure f*cking genius!
New from O’Reilly Media: Building Wireless Sensor Networks @Makezine.com blog
New from O’Reilly Media: Building Wireless Sensor Networks @Makezine.com blog.
That compost monitor project just got a lot easier!
RBL — Presenting the PWN Phone
Rocket Bear Labs is proud to announce the introduction of the PWN Phone — Nokia N900 outfitted with a full, working pentesting suite.
IE9 to allow Track Blocking
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]
Damballa 2011 Threat Predictions
It’s that time of year for predictions of what will be coming our way in 2011. In many cases the security predictions you’ll read have a certain flamboyant air to them as they drop a clangor or two about how the world will be a better or more miserable place – from past experience those clangors are either completely off piste, or are an obscure spin on some well studied trend that’s been underway for a couple of years already.
So, with that cynicism behind us, instead of a bunch of “predictions”, I’m going to offer up a nice round number of 10 threat “expectations” for 2011:
Gunter what I’m hearing is that I’m going to need more of your services