Monthly Archives: June 2011

CASP: CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner – Beta Exam Results

CompTIA has wrapped up the beta exam for the Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP).  The beta was 92 questions and test candidates were given 135 minutes to complete it which works out to about 1 ½ minutes per question.  This may … Continue reading

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Three Years Later – Agent.btz Worm Still a Threat

Three years after a devastating breach of U.S. military networks new versions of the malware, known as agent.btz, is still considered a threat. While it’s widely believed that the Russians or Chinese may have created this worm to spy on … Continue reading

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One Congressman, One Tweet, Big Problems

Hacking social network sites is nothing new, yet political junkies have been Tweeting over an odd story about New York Congressman Anthony Weiner. It goes something like this: Over the weekend, Weiner’s Twitter account posted a photo addressed to a young … Continue reading

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