Google released Ratproxy – passive web application security assessment tool. It is released under terms and conditions of the Apache License, version 2.0. Here is Google’s description of tool: Ratproxy is a semi-automated, largely passive web application security audit tool. … Continued
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In its article: Hands-On with Windows Vista Service Pack 1, PC World says: Microsoft’s first service pack for Windows Vista focuses on stability and security. The first service pack for Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system won’t arrive until early next … Continued
The University of Virginia’s Office of Information Technology and Communications won the first-place award from ACM’s Special Internet Group for University and College Computing Services for a video on how excessive, inappropriate personal information on the Web can be damaging. … Continued
Prediction markets are speculative markets created for the purpose of making predictions. Assets are created whose final cash value is tied to a particular event (e.g., will the next US president be a Republican) or parameter (e.g., total sales next … Continued
This is a very interesting question that Steve Riley talked about in recent post on his blog (here). And of course, a number of people have asked him if he is recommending such a stance to other individuals or to … Continued