Security in Code – Learnings from Ashley Madison

It seems that the whole Ashley Madison case is used in a lot of areas as a learning exercise. We all were surprised (at least I hope) that people were stupid enough to use their business mail addresses to register – well, you cannot use your private one, can you? We – once again –…

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Police develop MAC-sniffing software to track stolen devices

Is there still somebody saying that the police is not innovative? Clever idea (if you know the MAC address of your stolen phone): Police develop MAC-sniffing software to track stolen devices Roger Related articles US policeman goes war-driving to find stolen kit by MAC address (go.theregister.com) Cops Wardriving To Find MACs Of Stolen Gear (packetstormsecurity.com)…

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Leveraging EMET to Win Time to Patch – an Underestimated Jewel

There is a jewel in a security professional’s toolbox, which – in my opinion – is highly underused. At least this is true in infrastructures I know. Since years, Microsoft offers a free tool called EMET (Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit). EMET helps you to leverage the security technology built into Windows. To quote the above…

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