ISSUE 25 (April 2010)
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Issue 25 Contributors
Jaime Blasco
Leader of the Vulnerability Research Team at AlienVault
Bogdan Calin
CTO at Acunetix
Rob Faber
Security Architect
David Green
Vice President of Customer Services at SpectorSoft
David Harper
EMEA Service Director of Fortify Software
Dominique Karg
Lead developer of OSSIM and co-founder of AlienVault
Nick Lowe
Head of Sales for Western Europe for Check Point
Ian Masters
UK Sales Director for Double-Take Software
Marcin Teodorczyk
IT security specialist at the Wroclaw Center of Networking and Supercomputing

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Table of contents

  • The changing face of penetration testing: Evolve or die!
  • Review: SmartSwipe
  • Unusual SQL injection vulnerabilities and how to exploit them
  • Take note of new data notification rules
  • RSA Conference 2010 coverage
  • Corporate monitoring: Addressing security, privacy, and temptation in the workplace
  • Cloud computing and recovery, not just backup
  • EJBCA: Make your own certificate authority
  • Advanced attack detection using OSSIM

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