About The Honeynet Project The Honeynet Project is a leading international 501c3 non-profit security research organization, dedicated to investigating the latest attacks and developing open source security tools to improve Internet security. With Chapters around the world, our volunteers have contributed to fight against malware (such as Confickr), discovering new attacks and creating security tools used by businesses and government agencies all over the world. The organization continues to be on the cutting edge of security research by working to analyze the latest attacks and educating the public about threats to information systems across the world.
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Phil Zimmermann's Silent Circle Builds A Secure, Seductive Fortress Around Your Smartphone In the 1990s, cryptography pioneer and Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) creator Phil Zimmermann faced federal criminal investigation. His encryption software was so strong, it was charged, there was fear it violated arms trafficking export controls. Now Zimmermann has launched a new startup that provides industrial strength encryption for smartphone users.
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Who really sets global cybersecurity standards? Herding wild cats may be easier than settling issues or making over-arching decisions that affect international cybersecurity. This week in a report that was critical about how the US will face global cybersecurity events, the Government Accountability Office identified 19 global organizations" whose international activities significantly influence the security and governance of cyberspace." What would your ultimate network security look like? The organizations range from information-sharing forums that are non-decision-making gatherings of experts to private organizations to treaty-based, decision-making bodies founded by countries. The groups address a variety of topics from incident response, the development of technical standards, the facilitation of criminal investigations to the creation of international policies related to information technology and critical infrastructure, the GAO stated. So who are they?
Why passwords have never been weaker—and crackers have never been stronger In late 2010, Sean Brooks received three e-mails over a span of 30 hours warning that his accounts on LinkedIn, Battle.net, and other popular websites were at risk. He was tempted to dismiss them as hoaxes—until he noticed they included specifics that weren't typical of mass-produced phishing scams. The e-mails said that his login credentials for various Gawker websites had been exposed by hackers who rooted the sites' servers, then bragged about it online; if Brooks used the same e-mail and password for other accounts, they would be compromised too. The warnings Brooks and millions of other people received that December weren't fabrications. Mapa Mundial de Fotos - imagenes - Colombia home Jump to or earth album - Colombia earth album is a simpler, slicker Flickr mash-up that allows armchair tourists to explore some of the most stunning photos in the world courtesy of Google maps and Flickr. To begin your journey, just click anywhere on the map, e.g. "India".
FBI Says Cybercriminals Keep Getting Away, Need Unprecedented Authority - GovernmentSecrets.com By Jonah Bennett, DCNF The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) wants expanded authority to remotely hack U.S. and international computers, leaving civil rights organizations horrified at what they term serious violations of the First and Fourth amendments, The Hill reports. Some privacy advocates are saying the request for expansion constitutes an unprecedented and dangerous increase. “Possibly the broadest expansion of extraterritorial surveillance power since the FBI’s inception,” added Ahmed Ghappour, a computer law specialist at the University of California-Hastings College of the Law. Ghappour, along with other privacy specialists, will deliver an address at the Advisory Committee on Criminal Rules next Wednesday.