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99 percent Indian IT engineers lack secure programming skills
IndiaEduNews.net
Unveiling the findings, EC-Council president Jay Bavisi said that a mere 13 percent of engineering students were found trainable in the InfoSec domain, with nearly 86 percent unskilled even in its basics. "The world is recognising vulnerabilities ...

 

99 pc Indian geeks lack programming skills!
Free Press Journal
Unveiling the findings, EC-Council president Jay Bavisi said that a mere 13 percent of engineering students were found trainable in the InfoSec domain, with nearly 86 percent unskilled even in its basics. “The world is recognising vulnerabilities ...

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High-profile speakers at 2014 Security Summit
ITWeb
High-profile speakers at 2014 Security Summit. Topics to be discussed at the ITWeb Security Summit 2014 include surveillance and privacy, the attacker landscape and infosec community failures. By Fay Humphries, Events programme director

 

Ten tweets with Black Hat's Trey Ford
CSO (blog)
Ten tweets with Black Hat's Trey Ford. Trey Ford, General Manager of Black Hat, tells us how the organization is evolving, how the NSA surveillance revelations have been GOOD for infosec, and explains his love of flying, all in 140 characters or less.

 

Today google is having a hiccup in Colombia. Users accessing www.google.com are having the following result:

Google Hiccup

That looked weird. I was wondering if it was some kind of DNS spoofing attack, but it's not. www google.com.co is working ok, but not www.google.com. Both of them are in the same netblock:

IP address for google

TCP stream of packet capture shows a redirection to a non-existent file:

TCP stream google hiccup

Full packet capture of this problem can be downloaded here.

Are you noticing the same problem? Please contact us!

Manuel Humberto Santander Peláez
SANS Internet Storm Center - Handler
Twitter: @manuelsantander
Web:http://manuel.santander.name
e-mail: msantand at isc dot sans dot org

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99 percent Indian IT engineers lack secure programming skills
Daijiworld.com
The survey-cum-test "The Talent Crisis in InfoSec" was was conducted by EC-Council, a global leader in InfoSec certifications and training. Unveiling the findings, EC-Council president Jay Bavisi said that a mere 13 percent of engineering students were ...
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