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‘Stuxnet’ Worm Far More Sophisticated Than Previously Thought

On September 15, 2010, in Security, by Administrator
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Interesting revelation. One major red flag associated with this worm was the fact that folks were claiming it got distributed widely via removable media. Turns out that might not be the case… “As first reported on July 15 by KrebsOnSecurity.com, Stuxnet uses a vulnerability in the way Windows handles shortcut files to spread to new […]

Please support Pedaling for Patriots!

On September 11, 2010, in Obscurity, by Administrator
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Over the past few months, it has been an honor to work with Rob and Kim Richer on their dream to ride their bikes (pedaling kind) from coast to coast to raise awareness and money for the CIA Officers Memorial Fund.  They started their ride today and are documenting everything on the website Pedaling For […]

Snapshot in time – September 11, 2001

On September 11, 2010, in Security, by Administrator
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A few interesting screenshots from the Terrorism Research Center on September 11, 2001. Here is a message that Neal Pollard and I wrote that greeted our visitors when they first hit the terrorism.com domain. Having founded the company on the 1st anniversary of the OKC bombing we were sensitive to drawing too many conclusions too […]

Furthering the Field: A Comprehensive Program for Cyber Conflict Studies

On September 10, 2010, in Speaking Engagements, by Administrator
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Furthering the Field: A Comprehensive Program for Cyber Conflict Studies *Revised and Updated Invitation* The Cyber Conflict Studies Association invites you a one-day conference on 21 September 2010 to review and discuss six ongoing studies in cyber conflict, with a keynote address by Richard A. Clarke. The principal investigators and authors have a broad range […]

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