Symantec's pcAnywhere Woes May Be Worse Than We Thought
Meanwhile, an anonymous security researcher posting on the InfoSec Institute website reported Wednesday that even patched versions of pcAnywhere may be vulnerable to attack. The researcher claimed that "core functionality in the product has and ...
Symantec's PCAnywhere Vulnerable to Source Code Attack
Researcher Releases Exploit Code That Can Allegedly Crash PcAnywhere
Researchers Note Risks for Symantec's pcAnywhere
Report: pcAnywhere Code Unchanged for 10 Years
According to Infosec Institute's report, the best course for action would be to permanently block the ports used by the software and look for alternative remote desktop tools, even for those that have patched their software.
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Security B-Sides Announces 2012 Speaker Line-Up and Participants at B-Sides ...
MarketWatch (press release)
"2012: The End of Security Stupidity" panel by Amit Yoran, Kevin Mandia, Ron Gula and Roland Cloutier -- "So you want to be the CSO" by Daniel Blander -- "Across the Desk: Different Perspectives on InfoSec Hiring and Interviewing" by Lee Kushner ...
DIARY-US MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD
... at Morgan Stanley Tech Conf 27 Feb 22:10 Parametric Tech Corp. at Morgan Stanley Tech Conf 27 Feb 22:10 Scripps Networks Interactive at Morgan Stanley Tech Conf 27 Feb 23:00 Akamai Tech at AGC West Coast Info Sec & Growth Conf 27 Feb 23:40 ANCESTRY ...
SANS Institute Makes its Largest Training Event of the Year, SANS 2012 ...
SANS offers a myriad of free resources to the InfoSec community including consensus projects, research reports, and newsletters; and it operates the Internet's early warning system - the Internet Storm Center. At the heart of SANS are the many security ...
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