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Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow: Official Trailer


Dateline – Tuesday, April 17. Timeline – 15:30 Moscow time, 11:30 GMT, 07:30 am in New York and 21:30 in Sydney. The world will be watching “The World Tomorr…

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Cyber War, Peace, Tomorrow

Cyber War, Peace, Tomorrow by Thomas Rid Some of you may know Gary McGraw, Chief Technology Officer of Cigital, Inc, a software security consultancy, and author of eight books on that subject. To some geeks — I guess I’m one of them — Gary is quite literally a familiar voice because he has been running Silver Bullet, a [...]

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Panel: GRC in the Cloud — Today and Tomorrow – Part 2

Panel: GRC in the Cloud — Today and Tomorrow – Part 2 Moderator: Tim Mather, Author, Cloud Security & Privacy Speakers: Arti Arora Raman, Vice President Products & Alliances, Agiliance; Eran Feigenbaum, Director of Security, Google Apps, Google; Bill Pennington, Chief Strategy Officer, WhiteHat Security; Pamela Fusco, Vice President Industry …

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InfosecIsland: Anonymous Reloaded: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow – Anonymous must be analyzed with a multidisciplinary approach, i… http://t.co/rnA3ZRUc

InfosecIsland: Anonymous Reloaded: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow – Anonymous must be analyzed with a multidisciplinary approach, i… http://t.co/rnA3ZRUc
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Watchers, carers, and administrators: the smart homes of tomorrow

How smart should a smart home be before it's worthy of the name? To date, perhaps the term has been too readily applied to homes that are merely high-tech. Automated systems, remote control of appliances from mobile devices, TV and phone over IP—these are all welcome breakthroughs. These technologies are almost synonymous with the smart home and so-called intelligent buildings in general, but …

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Get info you need on iPad debuting tomorrow

New iPad reviews Looking at the various iPad reviews, consensus seems to be: Yeah, it’s an iPad, faster, good battery life and OMG LOOK AT THAT SCREEN!!!!!! — dwight silverman (@dsilverman) March 15, 2012 • iPad review (2012) – Joshua Topolsky / The Verge • New iPad: a Million More Pixels Than HDTV – Walt Mossberg / Wall Street Journal • State of the Art: The New iPad Is Much the Same, Only …

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Hacker group might target i-services tomorrow: Interpol chief

New Delhi:  Interpol Chief Ronald Noble on Friday warned that a group of hackers might try to shut down internet service today. “Operation Global Blackout 2012 looks to shut down the internet for a whole day on Saturday by disabling its core DNS servers, making websites inaccessible,” Noble said here. He said the hacker group ‘Anonymous’ is protesting against Wall Street and irresponsible leaders. The Interpol Chief was delivering 13th DP Kohli memorial lecture on ‘Multi-jurisdictional Investigation: Operation Unmask’.

The event was organised by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) here. “Investigations have already been launched by Colombia, Chile and Spain as their private and public websites have been attacked by the group,” Noble said.

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Hacker will release Symantec Norton source code tomorrow

For everyone to see

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HTCS1: National Cyber Security Awareness Month begins tomorrow. Find out what you need to know to prepare. http://t.co/WLFdGSQU

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GlobalSign hopes to reopen tomorrow despite web server hack

GlobalSign expects to bring its certificate-issuing systems back online today and resume business Tuesday, it said over the weekend. The US certificate authority (CA) stopped issuing new SSL certificates last Tuesday in order to audit its security, after being named as a target by the hacker who claimed to have attacked Dutch CA DigiNotar.

The server hosting GlobalSign’s website was breached, the company said Friday. The server was isolated from other infrastructure related to certificates, the company said.

On Sunday the company confirmed its earlier plan to bring system components back online Monday in a sequenced startup, but said customers were unlikely to be able to process orders until Tuesday morning.

It said that there was no further evidence of breach other than the isolated web server, but that it would be continuing to monitor all activity to all services closely as an additional precaution.

All forensics are being shared with the authorities and other CAs to assist with their own investigations into other potentially related attacks, GlobalSign said. It did not specify who the attacker was.

The company has employed security firm Fox-IT to investigate.

Fox-IT already has experience of this kind of investigation: It was hired by DigiNotar to discover how its servers were hacked. DigiNotar’s servers had been used to issue hundreds of fake SSL certificates, including one for the domain google.com.

The attack on DigiNotar was discovered when an Iranian Gmail user noticed something amiss with the webmail service and the problem was traced to the fake certificate.

Close to 300,000 unique IP addresses from Iran requested access to google.com between 4 August and 29 August, while the rogue certificate was in use, according to Fox-IT’s interim report for DigiNotar.

A hacker claimed last Monday in a message on Pastebin that he had broken into DigiNotar, and also had access to four other CAs including GlobalSign. The hacker is known as Ich Sun, or Comodohacker – a reference to the person’s claims earlier this year to have broken into the servers of another certificate issuer, Comodo.


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