The Wireshark Certification Exam was designed to confirm individual competencies in using Wireshark to locate the cause of network problems (poor performance or security-related) and confirm your knowledge of TCP/IP network communications in general. […]
Security experts at Kaspersky Lab stated they have discovered a malware application that targets the Google Android mobile operating system in Russia. The malware named “Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a” is the first of its kind specifically implement to target the Android mobile OS according to the researchers at Kaspersky Lab. […]
As the popularity of the small Apple products (iPhone, iPad, iTouch) take off, they are drawing the attentions of hackers. Some hackers just want to access the OS so they remove roadblocks for application customization and to add unauthorized tools and programs, while others might want to do damage or steal your information.
Adobe today said it would issue an emergency patch the week of Aug. 16 to fix a critical flaw in its Reader and Acrobat software.
The bug was disclosed by researcher Charlie Miller at last month’s Black Hat security conference when he demonstrated how the open-source BitBlaze toolkit could be used to boost bug-hunting productivity tenfold. […]
SANS is pleased to announce Community SANS Arlington, VA where
we will teach Management 414: SANS Training Program for the
CISSP(R) Certification Exam, October 4 – 9. The course will be
taught by SANS Certified Instructor Ted Demopolous. For complete
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