The hacks are continuing to take place on more and more critical sites.
- Mysql.com hacked, serving malware – These type of hacks against critical open source project websites/servers are a problem that few projects are equipped to deal with.
- Scanning Applications Faster – A Chicken vs. Egg Problem – I have to agree with Rafal Los on this one. I think too many think shorter scan times are critical, but I think we should be focused on quality results.
- Does Facebook keep tracking users after they have logged out? – Uh… YES, along with countless other websites. None-the-less its good that people are starting to be presented with details about this kind of thing.
- Defending Against The ‘Apache Killer’ Exploit – I appreciate te quick response from the Snort community and Sourcefire to help protect against these attacks at the low level.
- Bluetooth vulnerabilities becoming easier to exploit – As a long time fan of The Car Whisperer, its fun to see more Bluetooth hacking taking place.