Hacker Group "Anonymous" Could Take Down Facebook Tomorrow, November 5th
Anyone with any sort of InfoSec knowledge is aware of how easy it is to scan ports until you find one that can be compromised. From there it's nothing more than choosing your weapon of choice. Even by you posting here, your IP address is most likely ...
Cisco Wins National Cybersecurity Innovation Award in Meeting the Need for ...
SANS offers a myriad of free resources to the Infosec community including consensus projects, research reports, newsletters, and it operates the Internet's early warning system - the Internet Storm Center. At the heart of SANS are the many security ...
'Occupy' Movement Threat Level Elevated to 'High' for November 5th Weekend
MarketWatch (press release)
Prior to ListenLogic, Vince was the Co-founder and Chairman of Turntide Inc., an anti-spam technology company, which was acquired by Symantec Corp., co-founder and Principal of InfoSec Labs, an information security company, which was acquired by ...
Will 'Anonymous' target Facebook on Nov 5?
Some of these so-called whitehat infosec firms are working for authoritarian governments, such as those of Egypt and Syria. Everything you do on Facebook stays on Facebook regardless of your “privacy” settings, and deleting your account is impossible, ...
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