We are excited to announce, not only a new partnership with CPCC and The Geek Fest but a new website too. With the new face lift we are hoping to provide you with a more informative and interactive website. If there is something you’d like to see on our website, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
During installation, Kali Linux allows users to configure a password for the root user. However, should you decide to boot the live image instead, the i386, amd64, VMWare and ARM images are configured with the default root password – “toor“, without the quotes. […]
In a blog posted last week, researchers at security firm Identity Finder outlined methods for accessing personal data from Chrome’s History Provider Cache, even if the data has been entered on a secure website. Some data also may be accessible through Chrome’s Web Data and History databases, the researchers say. […]
It is an authentication process where two of three recognized factors are used to identify a user:
Something you know – usually a password, passcode, passphrase or PIN.
Something you have – a cryptographic smartcard or token, a chip enabled bank card or an RSA SecurID-style token with rotating digits
Something you are – fingerprints, iris patterns, voice prints, or similar […]
Information security is the method of providing confidentiality, integrity and availability to data, information, applications and equipment for those who needs it. The key concept to providing such a level of protection falls on the concept of The C.I.A. triangle which consist of:
– Availability […]
Less Than One Month Until MIRcon 2013!
We’ve been busy making sure that this year’s conference is the best one yet and look forward to welcoming you to MIRcon 2013 in just a few weeks. Here’s some information on the latest additions to the agenda and a few tips to make sure that you get the most out of the conference. […]
Russian authorities have arrested a man believed to be responsible for distributing a notorious software kit known as “Blackhole” that is widely used by cybercriminals to infect PCs, according to a person familiar with the situation. […]