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Monthly Archives: March 2010
The Register recently ran an opinion piece called Don’t blame Willy the Mailboy for software security flaws. The article is a reaction to the following excerpt from a SANS sample application security procurement contract: No Malicious Code Developer warrants that … Continue reading
I realise now that I didn’t cover this when it happened back at the beginning of March, but that not everyone in either the Apple world nor the general infosec community is aware of it. Nearly one month ago, Apple … Continue reading
I assume that, with my audience being mainly Mac users, you are not familiar with Microsoft Security Assessment Tool, or MSAT. It’s basically a free tool for CIOs, CSOs and the like to perform security analyses. It presents two questionnaires, … Continue reading
What is it about government security agencies and, well, security? The UK Intelligence and Security Committee has just published its Annual Report 2008-2009 (pdf, because if there’s one application we all trust, it’s Adobe Reader), detailing financial and policy issues … Continue reading
Not much movement has occurred on projects like SSHKeychain.app or SSHAgent.app in the last couple of years. The reason is that it’s not necessary to use them these days; you can get all of the convenience of keychain-stored SSH passphrases … Continue reading