ISSUE 32 (December 2011)
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Issue 32 Contributors
Michael F. Angelo
Chief Security Architect at NetIQ
Olivier Bilodeau
System Architect at Inverse
Siobhan Byron
President of Forsythe Technology Canada
Ryan Dewhurst
Developer of Damn Vulnerable Web Application
Craig Goodwin
CSO at Benefex
Simon Roses Femerling
Independent security researcher
Sascha Seidel
Freelance developer
Dragana Vranic
Director of Managed Services at Forsythe Technology Canada

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Table of contents

  • 7 questions you always wanted to ask a professional vulnerability researcher
  • Insights on drive-by browser history stealing
  • Review: Kingston DataTraveler 6000
  • RSA Conference Europe 2011
  • PacketFence: Because NAC doesn’t have to be hard!
  • Information security and the threat landscape with Raj Samani
  • Security is a dirty word
  • Smartphone apps are not that smart: Insecure development practices
  • Virus Bulletin 2011
  • Infosec professionals: Accomplishing your day job without breaking the law
  • WPScan: WordPress Security Scanner
  • Securing the enterprise: Is your IT department under siege?

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