background preloader

Norse Attack Map

http://map.norsecorp.com/#/

Related:  [web]site + toolsSensibilisationSecuritymaps & time lapses

Google Ranking Factors: 260+ Facts & Myths High Body Keyword Density Keyword Stuffing penalties arise when abusing a once extremely effective tactic: sculpting Keyword Density to a high level. Our own experiments have shown that penalties can happen as early as 6% density, though TF-IDF (covered earlier) is likely at play and this is sensitive to topics, word types, and context. Live Cyber Attack Threat Map ATTACKS TODAY (since 12AM PST) 5,599,997 USA India Philippines Turkey Ecuador Mexico Brazil Taiwan Israel South Africa France USA Sweden Netherlands Germany China Vietnam Russia United Kingdom Switzerland Attackers

CryptoLocker Ransomware Information Guide and FAQ Info: The original CryptoLocker infection was disabled on June 2nd, 2014 when Operation Gameover took down its distribution network. Since then there have been numerous ransomware infections that have been released that utilize the CryptoLocker name. It should be noted that these infections are not the same infection that is discussed below. If you have recently been infected with something that is calling itself CryptoLocker, you are most likely infected with the TorrentLocker infection. For more information on TorrentLocker, please visit our TorrentLocker support topic.

Mise à jour de Wikipedia about & blog Wikipedia Recent Changes Map Recent changes For more, see Wikipedia's RecentChanges pages for each language . Languages Best Windows 7 Registry Tweaks and Tips-n-Tricks Which Work in Windows 8 and Later UPDATE: The tips and tricks mentioned in this tutorial will also work for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Everyone knows that we here at AskVG love tweaking and customizing Windows OS. We have shared many Registry tweaks, tips-n-tricks and how-to guides for Windows in past which can be found in our exclusive Windows sections: Windows XP Tips | Windows Vista Tips | Windows 7 Tips | Windows 8 Tips | How-to Guides We have posted many tutorials which help you in customizing Windows look-n-feel as well as tweaking Windows functionality. The Virtual Keypunch – Make Your Personal Punch Card Type and download your personal punch cards — the Web2.0 of “big iron” age! “The Virtual Keypunch” is a free service related to Google60 – Search Mad Men Style. Get yourself a “real business” card, or even print gift-cards for your geeky friends.

IPew Attack Map About IPew Attack maps are the <blink> tag of information security. They are pure eye candy, meant to scare the general public and WOW unsuspecting executives visiting Security Operations Centers. Yet, security vendors keep cranking them out. We didn't want organizations without "real" data or l33t animation skills to to feel left out, so we built this map for anyone to use [CC BY-SA]. Plus, they're all missing sound effects!

Cryptographic Improvements in ASP.NET 4.5, pt. 1 I am Levi Broderick, a developer on the ASP.NET team at Microsoft. In this series, I want to introduce some of the improvements we have made to the cryptographic core in ASP.NET 4.5. Most of these improvements were introduced during beta and spent several months baking. When you create a new project using the 4.5 templates baked into Visual Studio 2012, those projects will take advantage of these improvements automatically. The intent of this series is both to explain why the ASP.NET team made these investments and to educate developers as to how they can take maximum advantage of this system. This series will be divided into three posts: LogMeIn We were asked to design some visualizations of the live activity flowing through the access enabled by LogMeIn, who provide the ability for one computer to log into another, anywhere on the globe. It turns out that they provide a lot of connections, with numbers upwards of 2k/ minute cropping up all the time, all over the planet. You can see what a truly global communication network looks like in real time in the map we made for LogMein, linked from the map images above and below.

Yes, you can turn Cortana off in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update Seeing as another major round of updates to Windows 10 is about to take place next week it only makes sense to see some fear-inducing articles. In fairness, the articles themselves aren't that bad (see PC World) as the content mostly explains away the so-called controversy. Nonetheless in the age of "I only read the headline" things like "You can't turn off Cortana in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update" with the fine print "...but you can lessen her awareness" does a disservice to the community. Google60 – Search Mad Men Style It was to have been the Nuclear Age, but it became the Search Engine Age ... “Google60” is an art project to explore distances and heroism in user interfaces. All scripts and images © 2012 N. Landsteiner, mass:werk – media environments, www.masswerk.at. New: Type and download your personal punch card at “The Virtual Keypunch”!

Social Media in Real Time Facebook 12 New users Share 4 New mobile users Share 5,000 Messages Share 9,766 Status updates Share 1,666 Shared links Share 3,334 Friends requests Share 4,534 Uploaded photos Share Twitter 1 New users Share 1 New mobile users Share 11,574 Tweets Share 48,612 Searches Share

Cryptographic Improvements in ASP.NET 4.5, pt. 2 Thanks for joining us for day two of our series on cryptography in ASP.NET 4.5! In yesterday’s post, I discussed how ASP.NET uses cryptography in general, where key material is pulled from and how it is stored, and various problems that the APIs have introduced over the years. In today’s post, I’ll discuss how we’re mitigating those issues using 4.5’s opt-in model. The series outline is copied below for quick reference. Throughout the series I’ll refer to a sample solution. This Visual Studio 2012 solution contains projects that demonstrate many of the core concepts mentioned here. Alpha Personal Analytics Connect with Faceook, sign in for free, and get unique, personalized information anad analysis on your social data-computed by Wolfram|Alpha Clustering of your friends What are the groups of friends that make up your network? How do these groups relate to each other? Where in the world are your friends?

Related:  informatiqueSurplus 1