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BOYD, CYOD, COPE – acronym soup and sensible advice: 5 things to help build good #infosec strategies

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EFF Releases Open Wireless Router Firmware – try it out on a Netgear WNDR3800 if you like. Might save the world…

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We are looking for a Cyber Security Sales Engineer based in our Lake Mary, FL offices

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RT @dot__not: @teamcymru is hiring. Wish I could work there too.

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Are TrueCrypt Users Screwed? (plus 6 alternatives)

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RT @multiple1902: @teamcymru You should really specify its the OpenVPN AS component, not a general OpenVPN desktop client. OpenVPN's

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The Internet of Things: How do you "on-board" devices?, (Mon, Jul 14th)

Certified pre-pw0ned devices are nothing new. We talked years ago about USB picture frames that came with malware pre-installed

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#hacking light bulbs: how the LIFX light bulb is indeed 'the light bulb reinvented' but not in a good way

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Researchers claim to have warned LinkedIn 6 times in last 12 mths re MITM attack that uses an SSL stripping technique

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VU#210884: F5 ARX Data Manager contains a SQL injection vulnerability

Vulnerability Note VU#210884 F5 ARX Data Manager contains a SQL injection vulnerability Original Release date: 17 Jun 2014 | Last revised: 17 Jun 2014 Overview F5 ARX Data Manager 3.0.0 – 3.1.0 contains a SQL injection vulnerability. Description CWE-89: Improper Neutralization of Special Elements used in an SQL Command F5 ARX Data Manager 3.0.0 – 3.1.0 contains an unspecified SQL injection vulnerability. Impact A remote authenticated attacker may be able to run arbitrary SQL commands against the backend database

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