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42 Post(s) By: Matt Shepherd

21
Feb
2011

The Difficulty In Doing Something Simple

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According to my watch, it’s 2011. The popular and pervasive protocols telnet and FTP were first codified in RFCs around 1970. At the time it may have made sense to use protocols which provided no encryption, and in some cases it still does today. However, while many organizations try to limit the use of clear

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25
Jan
2011

NEI Cyber Security Implementation Workshop

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Greetings, and happy 2011. It has been entirely too long since we’ve posted an update. In spite of that, I think 2011 will be a fruitful year in terms of our contributions to the security community through the blog and other avenues. In any case, our first update of the year is an exciting one.

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15
Nov
2010

Pen Testing Versus Vulnerability Assessments

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At the end of the first day of plenary sessions at OWASP App Sec DC 2010, there was a session with a panel of notable pen testers and a moderator.  I went to the beginning of this talk while waiting for another talk to start.  Although I didn’t stick around, they started off getting into

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12
Nov
2010

OWASP App Sec DC 2010 General Recap

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The OWASP App Sec 2010 conference  ended today. The format and content of some of the talks made for a fairly dizzying experience. The talks tended to be pretty information-packed and were 30-45 minutes long in most cases so you’d be eating up information about new and historical methods for hacking Oracle through web apps,

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05
Nov
2010

OWASP AppSec DC 2010 is Upon Us!!

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This is a short reminder to everyone out there that OWASP’s annual conference in Washington, DC is next week.  There are still spots in the trainings and for the general conference sessions as well.  I do not make it a point to advertise trainings and conferences here as there are so many out there these

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