ISSUE 24 (February 2010)
Threats 2.0
Issue 24 Contributors
Juan Carlos Calderon
Information Security Research Leader for Softtek
Santhosh Cheeniyil
Founder and VP of Engineering of Avenda Systems
Joseph Dell
President of Lightwave Security
Anthony Fama
Partner at Computer Integrated Services
Max Huang
Founder and President of O2Security
Caroline Ikomi
Technical Director at Check Point
Vladimir Jirasek
Security Architect at Nokia UK
Wim Remes
Information security consultant
Sascha Seidel
Freelance developer
Didier Stevens
IT Security Consultant at Contraste Europe NV

Threats 2.0

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Table of contents

  • Writing a secure SOAP client with PHP: Field report from a real-world project
  • How virtualized browsing shields against web-based attacks
  • Review: 1Password 3
  • Preparing a strategy for application vulnerability detection
  • Threats 2.0: A glimpse into the near future
  • Preventing malicious documents from compromising Windows machines
  • Balancing productivity and security in a mixed environment
  • AES and 3DES comparison analysis
  • OSSEC: An introduction to open source log and event management
  • Secure and differentiated access in enterprise wireless networks

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