Hold on to Your Keys!

There have been a few recent incidents of what we previously thought was extremely rare — malware authors using code signing certificates that were issued to companies with good reputations. The high-profile Stuxnet incident included validly signed malware with misappropriated Authenticode certificates from two Taiwanese companies. More recently, it appears a U.S. credit union lost…

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A strong Password isn’t the strongest Security

Make your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks. But memorize it — never write it down. And, oh yes, change it every few months… Yes, that’s it? Or not?  “Keeping a keylogger off your machine is about a trillion times more important than the strength of any one of…

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Microsoft Freshens Retro Code Lock-Down Tool

Microsoft has released a new version of a software tool that developers and administrators can use to harden older applications against common vulnerabilities. Short for Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit, EMET version 2.0 brings several new protections to operating systems and applications such as Windows XP or Internet Explorer 6, which remain widely used even though…

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Microsoft releases Windows Phone 7 to manufacturers (RTM)

Security relevant? Not sure… Fun? Definitely! Can’t await mine… 😉But to still give it a security touch, let’s put this under ‘Consumerization of IT’. http://www.cnet.com/8301-17918_1-20015314-85.html?tag=mncol;1n -Urs  

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