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  • ISSUE 29 (March, 2011)

    • Virtual machines: Added planning to the forensic acquisition process
    • Financial Trojans: Following the money
    • Mobile encryption: The new frontier
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  • ISSUE 26 (November, 2010)

    • Database protocol exploits explained
    • Measuring web application security coverage
    • Inside backup and storage: The expert’s view
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  • ISSUE 27 (September, 2010)

    • Review: BlockMaster SafeStick secure USB flash drive
    • The devil is in the details: Securing the enterprise against the cloud
    • Cybercrime may be on the rise, but authentication evolves to defeat it
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  • ISSUE 26 (June, 2010)

    • PCI: Security’s lowest common denominator
    • Analyzing Flash-based RIA components and discovering vulnerabilities
    • Logs: Can we finally tame the beast?
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  • ISSUE 25 (April, 2010)

    • The changing face of penetration testing: Evolve or die!
    • Cloud computing and recovery, not just backup
    • EJBCA: Make your own certificate authority
    • Advanced attack detection using OSSIM
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  • ISSUE 24 (February, 2010)

    • Writing a secure SOAP client with PHP: Field report from a real-world project
    • How virtualized browsing shields against web-based attacks
    • Preparing a strategy for application vulnerability detection
    • Threats 2.0: A glimpse into the near future
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  • ISSUE 23 (November, 2009)

    • Microsoft’s security patches year in review: A malware researcher’s perspective
    • A closer look at Red Condor Hosted Service
    • Study uncovers alarming password usage behavior
    • Elevating email to an enterprise-class database application solution
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  • ISSUE 22 (September, 2009)

    • Using real-time events to drive your network scans
    • The Nmap project: Open source with style
    • A look at geolocation, URL shortening and top Twitter threats
    • Review: Data Locker
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  • ISSUE 21 (June, 2009)

    • Malicious PDF: Get owned without opening
    • Review: IronKey Personal
    • Windows 7 security features: Building on Vista
    • Using Wireshark to capture and analyze wireless traffic
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  • ISSUE 20 (March, 2009)

    • Improving network discovery mechanisms
    • Building a bootable BackTrack 4 thumb drive with persistent changes and Nessus
    • What you need to know about tokenization
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